and promote their independence 3.3 Explainhow a positiveenvironment and routinemeet the emotionalneeds of children and their families 3.4 Describe the importance for physical and mental well being of balancing periods of physical activity with rest and quiet time
4. Understand how to support...
3.3. Explainhow a positiveenvironment and routinemeet the emotionalneeds of children and their
3.4. Describe the importance for physical and mental
well being of balancing periods of physical activity
with rest and quiet time.
4. Understand how to support the...
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.
they are older, brushing their teeth twice a day should become part of their routine.
3.3 Explainhow a positiveenvironment and routinemeet the emotionalneeds of children and their families
When considering a child’s needs and routines in your setting, it is important...
physical and psychological needs of a three year old child. I will discuss the underlying principles and how these principles effects the way child care professionals in the UK work with children to promote their development in these areas. I will focus on how the environment has a major influence on...
positiveenvironment and routinemeet the emotionalneeds of children and their families
By having a positiveenvironment allows children to learn how to behave in a manor in which shows that they can get along with everyone in a way that doesn’t separate anybody due to factors of physical or...
healthy.Toothpastes contain abrasives, detergents, and foaming agents. Fluoride, the most common active ingredient in toothpaste, is what prevents cavities. So you should always be sure your toothpaste contains fluoride.
• Explainhow a positiveenvironment and rouitine meet the emotionalneeds of children and...
meet a child learning need in my setting by trying out
NB: Do not be repetitive of C1 here – use different examples
Explain what a routine is (include references to research here) and examples of how at least two routines are included in planning in one of your placements
health and development.
2.1. Plan daily and weekly routines
for babies and young children
suitably personalised to meet
2.2. Demonstrate in own practice
how to treat babies or young
children with respect and
sensitivity during everyday
how the overall development of babies can be supported during care routines, eg as well as giving babies food and drink, meal times can be very enjoyable and stimulate the social and emotional development of babies because…….
Well planned care routines can not only meet the individual needs of babies...
development aims, all children will need some special attention during the transition, if the child is moving school positive visits to their new school or nursery will make the child feel safe
whilst he or she is there as a parent or another adult they know will be there with them, practitioners...
not have enough fluoride, they should be given fluoride drops.
3.3. Explainhow a positiveenvironment and routinemeet the emotionalneeds of children and their families
The wishes of the child’s parents must be taken into consideration as must the routine of the setting. You can get to...
children are at as children of the same age may be developing at a different rate and activities should be planned accordingly to meet all the children’s needs.
2.1 Explainhowchildren and young people’s development is influenced by a range of personal factors
Children’s and young people’s...
, because it requires personal knowledge about people, cultures and communities and the world.
064.2.3Explain how the environmentmeets the needs of the individual children
The environment of where my structured activity took place was a safe place where children are protected from the elements and...
thoroughly looked after and to be kept safe from accidents.
E7 & D1- Explain the importance of well-planned care routines and the key worker system & Consider how care routines can enhance the overall development of babies from birth to 12 months
Babies need well planned care routines to meet...
Write a Leafelet/ Report for staff that explainshow strategies and approaches to behavioural, emotional and social development can be adapted to meet sppech, language and communication needs...
informed and influenced current practice which affects the development of children.
Explainhow the observations can be used to support planning to meet the child's needs
Analyse the issues which are essential to confidentiality and objective observation
Reflect on the...
Plan a daily routine and show how it can be personalised to meet specific children’s individual’s needs.
Box 4 & 5
Explainhow different interventions can create positive outcomes.
Develop a plan to meet a child’s...
, is wanted, and is appreciated in their new environment and childrenneed to be supported and encouraged to develop social bonds and positive relationships with peers and with adults. The transition between home and childcare should be done in stages and in partnership with the child's family. A key...
CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Child Care and Education
External Assessment - Research Task 2
‘It is important to plan 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...