• Cyp3.3
    CYP3.3: Understand how to safeguard the well being of children and young people 1.2 Explain child protection within the wider concept of safeguarding children and young people Child protection is much more than safeguarding or protecting children from direct abuse. The ‘Safe action planâ€
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  • Effects on Child and Young Person Development (Cyp3.1)
    Dianne Perry CYP3.1.A.7 Transitions and their effect on Development Task 1 It is my intention to demonstrate possible effects that transitions have on Child and Young People’s development. In order to support my findings I aim to quote various models of child development theory to il
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  • Cyp3.7
    CYP3.7 Understand how to support positive outcomes for children and young people. 1.1 Social factors • Lack of social/friendship networks. Children need friendships to develop their interaction, emotional understanding, empathy and social skills. Children who lack these networks tend to fee
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  • Cyp3.2 - Promote Child & Young Person Development
    CYP3.2 Promote child & young peoples development How working practice can impact on the development of children and young people Because the care and education that is given to children, in not only a placement but overall, effects the childs development as a whole it is important that everyone
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  • Cyp3.3
    CYP3.3 6.1 - Explain how to support children and young peoples self confidence and self esteem. We can support children and young people's self confidence/self esteem and promote this in settings by doing a range of verbal/non verbal things to ensure children have confidence. It is important that
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  • Safeguarding Cyp3.3
    Unit CYP3.3 Understand how to safeguard the well being of children and young people Q5 5.1 Explain different types of bullying and potential effects on children and young people There are many ways bullying can take place and mainly done out of sight of others as this allows it to continue if n
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  • Cyp3.1 1. 1.2
    CYP3.1 1. 1.2 The sequence of development is the order in which things develop - one after the other, you must finish with one area of development before you move onto the next one. For example the Cephalocaudal principle believes that development moves from the head downwards. It understands that
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  • Cyp 3.1 Child and Young Person Development Cyp3.1.A1: Pattern of Development
    |CYP 3.1 Child and young person development | | | | | |CYP3.1.A1: Pattern of
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  • CYP3.1.1 & CYP3.1.2
    CYP3.1. 1 & CYP3. 1. 2 During a child’s development, there are many aspects to consider. It is important to recognise each aspect, but to also remember that each aspect can overlap in many ways. The different aspects to consider are: • • • • Physical Communication Intellectual &...
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