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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
and the rate of development. Task 1:2
Sequence Of Development:
Sequential development or Sequence of development means a child/youngperson must complete one aspect of a development stage before they can move onto the next aspect. It is the process where one thing is followed by another,and...
If you suspect a colleague of abusing a child or youngperson-
You must inform a senior member of staff immediately. You should also make a record of the concern and anything that you have witnessed or heard and anyone else that may have seen/heard anything. The head teacher will assess...
suitable to work with children and this is done through checking their criminal record. In regards to online, the same can be done to ensure that the child is not vulnerable.
6) EYFS (Early years foundation stage): The EYFS has 4 steps to ensure that young people are safe online. 1) To know that...
These summaries highlight the more important aspects of childdevelopment in each of the six stages of the EYFS. Further information can be found in the Principles into Practice cards, in the Learning and Development sections on the CD-ROM and in the linked Early Support...
arm, leg, foot muscles or the entire body, such as crawling, running, jumping.
From birth to 1 year, physical development is at its fastest, as the child is developing all their muscles and skills they need for later life. It starts with the reflex action, as a baby they have 7 primary reflexes which...
highlight a need for practice, experience or assistance.
It is easy to end up with a great many observation records that provide little insight into the child. However, deciding on what to observe, what is significant and the most appropriate method for accurate recording will lead...
cream now you can’t go to seaside without an ice-cream.”
Jean Piaget had five important aspects of his own theories in relation to children’s and young people’s intellectual development
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UNIT 1 /CODE CYP CORE 3.1
UNDERSTANDING CHILD &YOUNGPERSONDEVELOPMENT...
participate in all aspects of the day however at time it will almost be totally unavoidable that a person wont gain as much out of a given situation as a fully abled child.
The health of a person could also influence development, again possibly restricting access for a person to engage, join and...
there job to help any person’s weather parents or carers or a professional with concerns about safeguarding a child or youngperson.
They promote the welfare of children and young people living in Staffordshire.
They issue guidelines to children: child line, develop procedures to childcare setting...
,significant behaviours mat ocur between the intervals and these will not be recorded.
. Event samples ; This method is used when practitioners have reason to record how often an aspect of a childs behaviour or development occurs.A form is prepared identifying the aspect being tracted.Each time...
including mine use testing in order to monitor the children’s development, SATS as well as internal testing that record academic attainment and intellectual development. In my role as volunteer teaching assistant I have shadowed a colleague who has been asked to observe a specific child whose development...
functioning and young children’s development and well being
- features and qualities of communities that help or hinder families in their capacity to raise young children adequately
- core needs that all children and families have in common, and how to provide inclusive child and family services...
wellbeing of each child they look after.
The Children and YoungPersons Act 2008 - amends the Children Act 1989; support the care system and putting in place the structures to enable children and young people to receive high quality care and support.
The Mental Health Act 2007 amended the Mental...
3. Be able to identify typical
speech, language and
development of children
and young people.
Initial and date
3.1. Observe and report examples
of a child or youngperson
using their communication
skills in different contexts.
raising concerns when a child or youngperson is at risk of harm or of not achieving their potential. Understand the procedures, objectives, roles and relationships of partner services.
Early identification by ourselves and other agencies is needed.
Supporting parents during the process is also...
setting the standards for the learning, development and care young children should experience when they are attending a setting outside their family home, ensuring that every child makes progress and that no child gets left behind;
promoting equality of opportunity and anti-discriminatory...
can happen at any age. Violence soon becomes a learned behavior and can be reproduced in other aspects of their life, such as school, dating, and other interpersonal relationships. These changes can be life-long and affect many other people than just the abused person.
Both child abuse and...
the correct supervision and adult to child ratios at all times.
Two physical needs that all children from birth to five years have are:
1. Exercise: Promotes physical development and encourages a healthy appetite.
2. Food: Food is a necessity and must be healthy and nutritious...