Unit 065 for Nvq L3

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Unit 064

Outcome1: also065 1:1

Ass 1; 1) Listed below are the four Themes of: The Early Years Foundation Stage. These four Themes express important Principles underpinning effective practice in the care, development and learning of young children. Each principle is supported by four Commitments which describe how the Principle can be put into practice.

A Unique Child

Positive Relationships

Enabling Environments

Learning and Development

Every child is a competent learner from birth, who can be resilient, capable, confident and self-assured. Children learn to be strong and independent from a base of loving and secure relationships with parents and/or a key person.

The environment plays a key role in supporting children’s development and learning. Children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates and all areas of Learning and Development are equally important and inter-connected.

Ass 1:2) 6 Areas of Learning and Development

1. Personal social and emotional development, children need to develop a positive sense of themselves and of others, to learn respect for others, social skills and a positive disposition for learning. self confidence and self esteem, behaviour and self control helping children to understand their emotions and how to express those emotions, self care children needs to be able to do tasks like dressing and feeding , sense of community learning where a child has come from respect for others and inclusion. Statutory framework: 2.7

2. Creative development allows for curiosity, exploration and play, sharing of thoughts and feeling, imagination and role play activities, maths. Allows children to explore and express their feelings children need sensory materials as well as traditional materials. Music and dance and expressing their enjoyment, imagination and role play help children understand and use objects for other things than intended. Statutory framework: 2.17

3. Physical development helps improve coordination, control, manipulation and movement using senses to learn about the world around them and to make connection between old and new information, understand the importance of physical exercise and healthy living. Spatial awareness and explore different spaces, helping children make healthy choices like food or hygiene , helping hand eye coordination and fine motor skills as well as gross motor skills. Statutory framework: 2.15

4. Knowledge and understanding of the world knowledge, skills and an understanding which will help them understand the world they live in like using tools, encountering creature’s safety, people, and plants in their environment and in real life situations. Giving children model making materials, ICT using the computer to learn about history time or games to improve things like memory. Children need to know about the place they are living in and their communities and hoe people can be different. Statutory framework: 2.13

5. Problem solving, reasoning and numeracy, understanding of problem solving, reasoning and numeracy learning to count and written numbers be learning songs, learning a mathematical vocabulary, shapes, spaces and measures treasure baskets , measuring rice and oats to see the scale move. Statutory framework: 2.11

6. Communication, language and literacy learning to be competent in communicating, speaking and listening, being able to read and write. Using language to socialise and express their needs, learning to figure things out, being able to link sounds to the letters in phonics, reading children love books this is a great way to learn, writing/mark making mark making is the being of writing children need lots of practice this can lead to writing and then onto hand writing developing formation of letters. Statutory framework: 2.9.

Ass 1:3) The EYFS was designed to ensure all children are treated the same no matter where they have come from that they would have access to the same education...
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