affecting the safeguarding of children and youngpeople:
The Children Act 1989 introduced comprehensive changes to the legislation in England and Wales surround the welfare of all children. The act identifies the responsibility of parents and others who work closely with children to ensure the safety of...
work for good or ill’’ ( Francois Mairlac) 1. Explain the sequence of development that would normally be expected in children and youngpeople from birth to -19 years.Children have certain basic, physical and psychological needs and if these needs are not met then growth psychological developmental...
benefit of children and youngpeople
1.1 Explain the importance of multi-agency working and integrated working.
As a childcare practitioner it is important that I am able to recognise when a child in their early years may have a range of learning needs. To be able to understand the way I need to work...
understanding the needs of children and youngpeople who are vulnerable and experiencing poverty and disadvantage;
This assignment has been completed by answering the questions under each sub section.
1. Understand the factors that may impact on the outcomes and life chances of children and young...
Safeguard the Wellbeing of Children and YoungPeople
1.1 Outline current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures within own UK Home Nation affecting the safeguarding of children and youngpeople.
The Child Act 1989 was introduced to protect to children and youngpeople from sufficient harm, neglect...
children’s and young people’s settings
1. Identify the different reasons people communicate.
People communicate for a number of different reasons including:
• To get to know each other
• To share information
• To provide someone else with information
2. Explain how communication...
learning in youngchildren: Unit
By the end of this chapter you will:
1. Understand the concepts of creativity
and creative learning, and how these
affect all aspects of young children’s
learning and development.
2. Be able to provide opportunities
for youngchildren to develop...
& Childcare Assignment 4
In my setting part of my role as a practitioner is to be aware of positive and negative influences on children and a youngpeoples lives.
When a child pr Childs parents has a disability, it could effect the provision of the child. If it is the parent...
this is monitored closely and the distinction between sequence and rate is defined as it can help to distinguish if a child has Special, educational needs. If the sequence and rate of development are not followed it can help professionals to identify that a child might be presenting as having difficulties...
Teaching and Learning in Schools (QCF)
501/1027/5 501/1028/7 501/1208/9
These qualification titles will appear on learners’ certificates. Learners need to be made aware of this when they are recruited by the centre and registered with Edexcel. These qualifications are accredited by Ofqual as being part...
If merely describing language development is hard, then trying to explain it is even harder.
Trying to explain how a child learns language has been proven to be one of the most, complex, compelling and most difficult, challenges within developmental psychology...
• live as independently as they can • assess risk and make informed decisions • achieve success in different areas of activity.
To enable all youngpeople to become:
with: • respect for others • commitment to participate responsibly in political, economic, social and cultural...
EYMP 2 1.1 Explain each of the areas of learning and development and
how they are interdependent
It is important to remember that each area of learning and development does not work in isolation but they are all in fact interlinked. Good quality activities will cover more than one area of development...
Assessment criteria 1.1
List and outline the main legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures that safeguard children and youngpeople.
The main legislations that safeguard children and youngpeople are,
Children’s act 1989- which states the responsibilities of parents and professionals who must work to...
consumer attitudes allows marketers to fine tune their campaigns to resonate with a particular consumer niche.
4. Changing population demographics around the world affect the way marketing campaigns are designed.
Understanding cultural nuances and subtleties may allow marketers to help further define...
within own UK home nation affecting the safeguarding of children and youngpeople.
The united nations convention on the rights of children (1989) is a very important piece of legislation that helps tell everyone what the rights of children/youngpeople are, although it is important it is not apart of the...
1 – Be able to assess the development needs of children or youngpeople and repare a development plan.
1.1 – Explain factors that need to be taken into account when assessing development.
* Look at goals within care...
significant change in the way social care services are provided with far greater emphasis on direct payments and personcentred support, or relationship-centred care. Thus it is timely to ‘refresh’ the Manager Induction Standards to ensure they still meet the needs of new and aspiring managers in social...
Our education programme aims to develop in youngpeople the skills and attitudes that underpin innovation, and to ensure their best possible fit with the needs of the UK. We do this by supporting the professionals and institutions that work with youngpeople, testing new approaches and disseminating ideas...
well-being of children and youngpeople
1.Understand the main legislation guidelines, policies and procedures for safeguarding children and youngpeople
1.1 Outline current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedures within own UK home Nation affecting the safeguarding of children and young...