relationships with children, youngpeople and adults.
1.2 Explain the principles of relationshipbuilding with children, youngpeople and adults.
1.3 Explain how different social, professional and cultural...
of pupils. | Relationships with children and young peopleQ1 Have high expectations of children and youngpeople including a commitment to ensuring that they can achieve their full educational potential and to establishing fair, respectful, trusting, supportive and constructive relationships with...
provide real experiences from their practice.
Learners will be able to demonstrate how to
listen to and build relationships with
children and youngpeople and evaluate
their owneffectiveness in buildingrelationships (1.2/1.3).
Start the session by talking about good examples of...
-85% of eligible pre-school children, only 4.6% of children needed the dental CINOT (Children in Need of Treatment) program.9 This low level of at risk children may provide evidence for the effectiveness of the FV program. They also noted, “the high participation rate in the first phase of the study...
care or children and young people’s settings
1.3.4 Describe your role and responsibilities in leading others to comply with infection prevention and control 1.3.5 Describe your role and responsibility in keeping workers and people who you support safe in your workplace(s) 1.4 Understand your...
Understand the benefits of
early intervention to
support the development
of children and youngpeople
Evaluate the effectiveness of positive relationships
on children and young people’s development
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like cases of abuse must be pasted on to the correct parties. But things like a child telling you that he or she likes another boy or girl and you telling everyone are the kind of thing that is going to have a negative effect on any relationship.
1.2 Evaluateowneffectiveness in building...
supportive communities. This
will ensure that parents of youngchildren have stronger
social support and the interface between communities
and services is improved so that service systems can be
more responsive to community needs18. Both integrating
services and building more supportive...
. Assessment criteria The learner can: 4.1 Explain how different types of transitions can affect children and young people’s development 4.2 Explain the importance of children and youngpeople having positive relationships through periods of transition 4.3 Evaluate the effectiveness of positive relationships...
affect children and youngpeople‟s development Evaluate the effect on children and youngpeople of having positive relationships during periods of transition
Understand the factors that influence children and youngpeople‟s development and how these affect practice
Understand how to...
building physical activity into
4.2. Demonstrate in own practice
how youngchildren are
provided with opportunities for
physical activity within
5. Be able to evaluate the
effectiveness of provision in
supporting young children’s
physical activity and...
behaviour to the child’s preference, mood and situation. Modelling good behaviours, manners and respectfulness.
1.3 Evaluate your owneffectiveness in buildingrelationships with children / youngpeople?
I consider myself to be warm and friendly. I am good at reading a room and can adapt my...
types of transitions can affect children and young people’s development 4.2 Explain the importance of children and youngpeople having positive relationships through periods of transition 4.3 Evaluate the effectiveness of positive relationships on children and young people’s development Range 4.1...
can be built on. Encourage charts to help measure progress.
And so on.
2.2Support others to work with children or youngpeople in manner that is open, trustworthy, respectable and reliable
In a supervision with a new staff member A was asked how his relationship with the...
approaches needs to be considered at all times.
2. Demonstrate how to listen to and build relationships with children and youngpeople
3. Evaluateowneffectiveness in buildingrelationships with children or youngpeople.
While there is always room for improvement, I feel that personally one of my...
respect will ensure the relationship is maintained. |
1.3 Evaluate your owneffectiveness in buildingrelationships with children and youngpeople.
When new children start at the setting, I take the time to introduce myself and chat to them (using open questions) to get to know them a little...
consistency and stability, they like what they know and as long as you can be or are there for them consistently, and are positive towards them they will begin to form a bond with you.
Evaluateowneffectiveness in buildingrelationships with children or youngpeople
When settling a new child...
. With a desire to increase my own quality of life, I find motivation to evaluate, improve and utilize my own communication. In order to adequately evaluate or perform an objective study or analysis of my own personal communication skills, I will examine my skills, strengths, and weaknesses in...