support of positiveenvironments for children and young people
Title Contribute to the support of positiveenvironments for children and young people 2 3 Assessment criteria The learner can:
Level Credit value Learning outcomes The learner will:
1. Know the regulatory requirements for a positive environment...
the positiveenvironments for children and young people
Unit number: MU 2.8
Unit reference: H/601/3496
Unit level: 2
Unit credit value: 3
Unit aim: The purpose of this unit is to develop the learners understanding of why a positiveenvironment is important to the individual needs of children...
Requirements that underpin a positiveenvironment.
Explainhow a positiveenvironment and routinemeet the needs of children and their families?
All practitioners should ensure they provide a safe, secure environment for children.
A positiveenvironment must mean you cater for the child as...
MU2.8 Contribute to the support of the positiveenvironments for children and young people
3.1 Explainhow to effectively care for children and young people’s skin, hair and teeth
In every setting it is essential that children’s learning curriculum for personal care covers their skin, hair, teeth and...
Describe what is meant by a positiveenvironmentEnvironment is the surrounding of a central point; it can be split in to three basic categories biological, physical and social. The environment of my care setting for example is made up biological aspects i.e. my self, my children, my husband, our pet hamsters...
Contribute to the support of positiveenvironments for children and young people
Task 1- Know the regulatory requirements for a positiveenvironment for children and young people
1.1- Describe what is meant by a positiveenvironment
A positiveenvironment is an environment where everyone can be who...
development of children aged 4 years
Children of 4 years old like to be around and play with other children, “can play in a group, extending and elaborating play ideas (EYFS development matters personal social and emotional 2012, page 9)” this means that they enjoy the company of other children and will...
C1 Write an Introduction which explains why it is important to plan to meet the care and learning needs of all children (5 marks)
* What is planning?
Planning is a way of thinking and organizing activities to achieve a set goal to help progress in something you may lack in.
* Why is it...
CYP Core 3.3: Understanding child and young person development.
Unit reference L/601/1693
1.1: Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth – 19 years.
Physical development: 0-3 years.
This is a period of fast physical development. New born babies have little control over...
cause the baby permanent brain damage.
E2-Describe how indoor and outdoor environments can be made safe, reassuring and stimulating
By keeping to the adult to child ratio (1:3) and constantly supervising them, both indoor and outdoor environments can be safe for babies.
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome...
CU1513 – Contribute to the support of positiveenvironments for children and young people
1.1. Describe what is meant by a positiveenvironment?
Whatever age group or setting you are working with, you must plan an environment that encourages the development of the whole child. First...
(verbal) as well as facial expression, gesture and body language (non-verbal). Communication is an essential life skill for children and young people and it underpins their social, emotional and educational development. (Bercow 2008)
To communicate effectively we must understand and ‘apply’ the ‘rules’ of...
Another factor could be the parents own experiences of being parented were compromised and have difficulties parenting their children. Having good role models as parents impacts on the parents were going to become.
Another reason could be the financial climate rising, so parents...
support she needs.
Abuse is a factor that can affect the baby in the antenatal period. It can leave the baby with lifelong affects such as confidence issues, depression and enabling them to make positive relationships. The baby may also fall behind in their expected stage of development. ‘Emotional problems...
Question 1) Explain each of the terms:
* Speech- Is the vocalised language in which people do.
* Language- Is a way in which you communicate with words or set of symbols that can be spoken, written or signed.
* Communication-Is a way of sending signals to another person...
1.1 Explain why physical activity is important to the short and long term health and well being of children.
Physical activity is an integral part of health and well being in children.Our bodies also require physical activity in order to be healthy.Understanding and supporting physical activity...
to meet the care and learning needs of all children’
Criteria 1 - Write an introduction which explains why it is important to plan to meet the care and learning needs of all children.
Criteria 2 - Explain a range of different approaches to planning which meet both the care and learning needs of all...
Promote Learning and Development in the Early Years
1.1 Explain each of the areas of learning and development and how these are interdependent. The EYFS sets out seven areas of learning and development, all of which are important and interconnected. There are three prime areas which are important for...
place before children reach crisis point and protecting children from falling through the net.
* Addressing the underlying problems identified in the report into the death of Victoria Climbe – weak accountability & poor integration.
* Ensuring that the people working with children valued, rewarded...
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