are setup and maintained
• An explanation of how routines are based on:
1. Meeting a child’s needs
2. Arrangements with parents3. Participation of children
• An explanation of how routines would be adapted to meet the needs of children at all different ages and...
3.2 Describehowpartnership with parents are setup and maintained.
Unit 4: Understand the principles of development of routines for home based child care.
4.1 Explain how routines are based on: meeting a child’s needs; agreements with parents; participation of children.
4.2 Explain how they...
TDA 2.5 Schools as organisations
Task 1 Links to learning outcome 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, assessment criteria 1.1, 1.2, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 4.1, 4.2, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2 and 6.3.
• Identify the main types of state and independent schools
• Describe the characteristics of the different...
are focused around development; inclusion; safety; and health and well-being. Positive Relationships describeshow children learn to be strong and independent from a base of loving and secure relationships with parents and/or a key person. The commitments are focused around respect; partnership...
Understand partnerships working in services for children and young people
Task 2 understands the importance of effective communication and information sharing in services for children and young people.
Describe why clear and effective communication between partners is required:
/carers which include the following:
an explanation of the importance of partnership with parents for all aspects of the childcare service
a description of howpartnership with parents are setup and maintained
an explanation of how routines are based on:
- meeting a child’s needs
funded by fees paid by parents and cover the EYFS stage.
• Special Needs schools – funded by the Government and cater for children who have special educational needs, cover key stage 1, 2, 3 & 4.
2.1: Describe the roles and responsibilities of:
• School Governors – They are...
children should have gained by the end of reception year.
3) The assessment requirements- when and how practitioners must assess children’s achievements and when and how they should discuss children’s progress with parents.
Data Protection Act (1998)
This defines UK Law on the processing of data on...
breakfast club, cooking club, arts and sports. They provide support for parents by ensuring the parents are included in the children’s learning they ensure the parents are remembered as the children’s first teachers, and they work in partnership by setting up a weekly parent group. They listen to parents to...
| |Are independently managed all ability schools that are setup by sponsors such as businesses, faith and voluntary groups in |
|Academies |partnership with Department For Education and the Local Authority. Together they fund land and buildings with the Government...
support parents working different work patterns. They are often open most weeks of the year except for special holidays.
The nurseries will usually have separate rooms for different aged children. A room for babies up to 2 years with a staff to child ratio of 1:3. A room for 2 to 3 year olds or 2...
concerns the parent/carer may have about their child and take time to listen and assess the concerns they have.
Explain how duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals.
Safeguarding is the process of protecting children from abuse or neglect, making...
subtraction in rhymes and games.
2. Recognises differences in quantity when comparing sets of objects.
3. Finds one more or one less from a group of up to five objects.
4. Relates addition to combining two groups.
5. Relates subtraction to taking away.
6. In practical activities and discussion...
offer the ICT teacher my help to setup the computers for his lessons and while doing this I learn more about which programs to use with each individual child, expanding and extending my understanding of how ICT can support them in their learning.
In this final section I describe my...
between teachers’ and parents’ cultures and values, (2) societal forces at work on family and school, and (3) how teachers and parents view their roles. The paper then presents a theoretical framework that teachers can use to enhance parent-teacher partnerships. This framework is based on...
time I am able to care for children including details of my holidays * Rates for a full day, part –time, holidays and additional hoursAlso in the welcome pack I will detail exactly what the parents will get for their money. |
The learner can:
child’s progress towards those goals, and how your child’s progress is to be monitored. Part 4 tells you about the school your child will go to get the special help set out in Part 3, or how any arrangements will be made out of school hours or off school premises. Part 5 describes any non...
of full up-to-date details of agreed ways of working.
Policies and procedures give social care workers the boundaries with which to do their job. They set out clearly how to provide care or support in an ethical, legal and safe way. If a social care worker acts in a certain way and there...
the governing body.
Level 2 - Decisions made by the governing body with advice from the head.
Level 3 - Decisions delegated to the head (often within a framework set by the governing body as these remain, legally, their responsibility).
Level 4 - Decisions made by the head...
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CYPOP5 – understand how to setup a homebased Childcare service
About the CouRse
‘Understand how to setup a home-based childcare service’ (CYPOP5) is a four-credit unit of the ‘Level 3 Diploma for the Children and Young People’s Workforce’. This unit is the...