The Sequence and Rate of development from 0-19 years old: Task 1:1Childdevelopment is how a child is able to complete complex tasks/things as they grow. Development involves learning skills such as tying shoe laces,skipping,or kicking a ball for example.
From birth to adulthood children are continually...
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Health and safety
Support children and young people’s health and safety CYP Core 3.4
Promote the welfare and well being in the early years EYMP 3
Task 11. Question: Add the legislation chart that you completed in class
CYP 3.4 AC...
1. Understand the expected pattern of development for children and young people from birth - 19 years.
1.1. Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth – 19 years.
1.2. Explain the difference between sequence of development and rate of development and why the...
EYFS Statutory Framework
Section 1 – Introduction
Purpose and aims
Context and legal responsibilities
About this document
A principled approach
Setting the standards
Providing for equality of opportunity
Creating the framework for partnership working
writer discuss about different areas of development from conception to age 16 years. It will help practitioners to learn some theoretical perspectives relevant to those areas of development. They will also learn how to observe children in holistic development. Moreover the writer will explain how observation...
Unit1-Understand child and youngpersondevelopment
Birth – 1month
From birth to newborns , babies learn and develop through touch, taste and hearing. Newborns show more motor reflex’s such as spreading out of arms and legs, unspraeding of arms and legs and crying. Through using motor reflex...
Summary of legislations, guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people-
The children act 1989-The main concepts of this act are parental responsibility, the welfare of the child and partnership and cooperation from all associated services....
by growth and development? Growth is the increase in size of the body – in height, weight and other measurable areas.
Development is the gaining of skills in all aspects of the child’s life. The different types of development are often split into four areas:
Physical development: this refers to...
Intellectual and cognitive development |
0-3 months | * Cry to communicate their needs * Produce different cries to communicate different needs * Stops crying when listens to the sound of their mothers voice and smile in response * Smiles to family members * Vocalizes joy with squeals...
grasp, and put objects in mouth * Make discoveries with objects (for example, a rattle makes noise when it is moved)
6-9 months | Making sure child proofing is in place in your setting becomes important as babies get more mobile. * Crawl * Grasp and pull things toward self * Transfer objects...
scaffold their children’s understanding about how to document and preserve observations.
Exploring Science and Mathematics in a Child's World & Social Studies for the Preschool/Primary Child, by Carol Seefeldt, Sharon Castle, Renee C. Falconer, Genevieve A. Davis, and J. David Keller...
Level 2- Certificate for the Children and Young People’s Workforce
Introduction to communication in Health, Social Care or Children and Young People’s settings
001.1.1-What are the different reasons people communicate?
There are many reasons for people to communicate these could include...
candidacy should apply to the New York State Association for the Education of Young Children (NYAEYC) to have their previous coursework assessed. Who is the Credentialing Agency? The New York State Association for the Education of Young Children is the credentialing agency for both the Children’s Program Administrator...
Expected pattern of development for children and young people from birth to 19.
Throughout a young person’s development from birth to 19 they are expected to follow a development pattern including physical, social, emotional, intellectual and communicational.
The expected pattern is seen...
development (CCLD 203)
2.1 Contribute to supporting children’s physical
development and skills
2.2 Contribute to supporting children’s
emotional and social development
2.3 Contribute to supporting children’s
communication and intellectual
2.4 Contribute to planning...
CACHE LEVEL 2
Five main points to be considered when planning a safe and reassuring child care environment are as follows:
1. Daily checks/risk assessments. You will identify and remove possible hazards.
2. Hygiene. You will follow the policies and procedures...
Every single child in the world regardless of race, culture, gender, age deserves to be loved, cared for and kept free from harm and abuse. Children have a right to enjoy their childhood free from violence, injury or abuse at the hands of adults. This right is preserved in law, from...
HOW TO SAFEGUARD THE WELLBEING OF CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE
TASK 1 TO LEARNING OUTCOME 1 ASSESMENT CRITERIA 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5
The first children’s act was brought out in 1989 to make it easier for the laws which protected children and young adults. It was mad clear that all children had...
observation of the campus and the classroom is an exciting way to start your observation.
2. Accomplish the checklist as you move around the school premises
1. Visit a school. Look into facilities and support learning areas in the campus then in the classroom.
4. Make a reflection on the characteristics...
Child and youngpersondevelopment1. Children develop in a number of different ways, write a few words under each heading below to describe the different types of development (you may give examples but the description is what is important).
The term "physical development”...