partnership working as listed below:
A child may attend 2 different earlyyearssettings, they may be finding the transition between each setting and leaving their parent carer difficult, which is causing distress. If the keyworkers in each setting communicate with each other via an...
taller than his normal self’. (Vygotsky 1978)
Each child at Blueberry Bears has an assigned keyworker who is the main carer and person responsible for their individual needs. Jean Piaget explains through his theories that children are at the core of their own learning and that all experiences and...
earlyyearssetting could be supervisor or manager.
Explain the importance of keeping information confidential
Most children setting have a policy about confidentially and all workers have to respect it. Main importance of keeping information is protecting children and parents/careers. A...
CYPOP1-3.1 – Explain the benefits of the keyworker, personsystem in earlyyearssettings
Babies and young children’s development is closely tied to the quality of the relationships that they have with others and especially the keyperson within their earlyyearssettings. Usually babies and...
the keyworker/personsystem in earlyyearssettings.
3.2. Explain how babies and young
children learn and develop
best from a basis of loving,
secure relationships with
carers and with keypersons in
3.3. Analyse the possible effects
of poor quality attachments
wants to waste their time on short term projects with no longevity or purpose. Does it seem worthwhile, is it the right time, is it the right person, does it benefit us?
T – Time-bound – Time is key to keep targets moving otherwise they begin to lose momentum, setting deadlines keeps motivation...
to promote equality, diversity and inclusion. It states Earlyyearssettings must promote an inclusive society in which every person is fully accepted, respected and valued. This should not be affected by skin colour, disability, social background, gender, religion or belief, or any other factor. All...
meets with the parents' wishes." Tassoni. et al 2007 page 219
This can benefit the babies in earlyyearssettings as the baby will be able to feel safe and secure. This means that they may be able to have a stable development. The keyperson has partnership with parents, which means that the parents...
EYMP 1 CONTEXT AND PRINCIPLES FOR EARLYYEARS PROVISION
1.1 & 1.3 Explain the legal status and principles of the relevant EarlyYears Framework and why the earlyyears frameworks emphasise a personal and individual approach to learning and development...
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E7: Explain the importance of the keyworkersystem.
Give reasons why well planned care routines and the keyworkersystembenefit babies in early year's settings. This may include: links with home, individual needs identified/met, security and consistency, babies learn to predict...
frequently works just as well. The major benefit to using participation, however, is that it appears to induce individuals to establish more difficult goals.
The early research results on MBO-type performance systems were mixed. However, more recent analyses conclude that overall goal-settingsystems...
are necessary for children’s safety.
3. Understand the importance of promoting positive health and well-being for earlyyears children.
3.1. Explain how to promote children’s health and well-being in an earlyyears work setting.
3.2. Describe the roles of key health...
Lead and Manage a Team
Within a Health and Social
Care or Children and Young
Supervision Practice in...
safeguarding and protecting children that affect earlyyearssettings
7 (3.2) How to refer concerns about children, the boundaries of confidentiality and when and how to share information
8 (3.4) Actions to take when bullying is suspected
9 (4.1) The keypersonsystem and how it benefits children...
Understand the impact of recognition and diagnosis of dementia
2.1 Describe the impact of early diagnosis and follow up to diagnosis
Impact of early diagnosis: increase awareness of dementia and its implications income maximisation eg benefit knowledge of legal implications...
it in order to consistently develop their key resources. We also see how equity theory explains the expectation of employee and the subjective mismatch that it leads to in the minds of employees
Goal setting theory
Dr Edwin Locke's pioneered the research on goal setting and motivation in the late...
Development's QCF Assessment Principles. Learning outcomes 1, 2, 3 and 4 must be assessed in the work setting. The purpose of this unit is to assess the learner’s knowledge, understanding and skills required to develop communication systems for meeting individual outcomes and promoting partnership working...