• Outcome 3
    importance of partnership with parents for all aspects of the child care service | Parents are the first educators of their children and it is very important that anyone working with children and young people makes every possible effort to establish effective partnerships with parents. Children are...
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  • Setting Up a Home-Based Childminding Service
    Emergencies • Behaviour • Safeguarding • Equal opportunities Write a policy for each of the above, and write a procedure to explain how each of the policies will be implemented. Four policies are four procedures are required Task 3 Confidentiality and Data Protection are vital when...
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  • Unit 079
    for becoming a childminder in Northern Ireland you must do so through your local Health and Social Services Trust. A childminder must by law register with the local Health and Social Services Trust and the purpose of registration is to protect children, to provide reassurance to parents using childcare...
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  • Know the Structure of Education from Early Years to Post Compulsory Education
    YEARS Registered childminders Registered childminders look after one or more children in a domestic setting usually their own home for payment. They can look after babies from 6 weeks old to 7 year olds. There are strict ratios that have to be adhered to, so that the childminder can give the best...
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  • Cwrs
    The safeguarding and welfare requirements 13 This framework is mandatory for all early years providers (from 1 September 2012) 1: maintained schools, non-maintained schools, independent schools, and all providers on the Early Years Register 2. The learning and development requirements are given legal...
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  • children and young people's workforce
    About this document 3 A principled approach 4 Setting the standards Providing for equality of opportunity Creating the framework for partnership working Improving quality and consistency Laying a secure foundation for future learning 4 4 5 5 5 Section 2 – Learning and Development...
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  • Eyfs
    responsibilities About this document A principled approach Setting the standards Providing for equality of opportunity Creating the framework for partnership working Improving quality and consistency Laying a secure foundation for future learning 07 07 08 08 09 09 10 10 10 Section 2 – The learning...
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  • How Current Health and Safety Legislation, Policies and Procedures Are Implemented in Setting
    Job Brief Each childminder will be registered and inspected with Ofsted to ensure that they are able to demonstrate the quality and standards of care required by Ofsted, the Early Years Foundation Stage and the NCMA.  Each childminder must ensure that they provide high quality childcare, within a...
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  • Childminding Practice
    Professional Skills in Childminding Professional Knowledge of a Childminder Professional Values and Attitudes in Childminding Siolta Principals Personal Skills in Childminding Critical Evaluation of Personal Skills Personal Knowledge of a Childminder Critical Evaluation of Personal Knowledge Personal Values...
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  • Childminding Task 2
    Learning outcome 1: understand how to set up a home based childcare service Task 2: In order to operate a registered home based childcare service the following policies and procedures must be place Task 2a: Accidents, illness and emergencies As a childminder I will insure that all children in...
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  • Schools as Organisations
    as Pre-school, Nursery or Reception education. In the UK all 3 and 4 year olds are entitled to access free, part time nursery education up to 15 hours per week for up to 38 weeks of the year. This applies until they reach the term following their 5th birthday, when full time education then becomes compulsory...
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  • Removing Barriers
    Preface 1 Introduction 2 How the study was carried out 5 Key findings 6 Recommendations 7 Section A 8 Promoting outcomes for children with special needs 8 Organisation, leadership and management 15 Training and development 18 Partnerships with parents and other organisations 20 ...
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  • Shc34
    Care’ is Paramount. What it means to have a duty of care in own work role How duty of care contributes to the safeguarding or protection of individuals A Duty of Care is the sole responsibility of me as a Childminder. I am registered on the early years register and registered with Ofsted plus my...
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  • Official Eyfs Welfare Requirements
    Meeting the welfare requirements Providers must comply with all the legal requirements set out and should have regard to the statutory guidance. Ofsted will base its regulatory and inspection judgements on whether a provider has met the general and specific legal requirements, and has had regard to...
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  • miss
    Chorlton Little Gems Policies & Procedures Introduction to Chorlton Little Gems About me and my family… I am an Ofsted registered childminder and live with my husband,Guy Lancaster We live in a non-smoking end-terrace at 204 Oswald Road, Chorlton, which is close to St.Hilda’s, St.John’s...
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  • Principles for Implementing Duty of Care in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings
    They are seen as experts and children and young people rely on their carers to ensure they are cared for properly. A duty of care also extends to the parents, as they too expect practitioners to use their knowledge and expertise to care for their children properly. It is also relevant that in childcare...
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  • Tda 3.2
    years old, have been entitled to free places at nursery or another preschool setting eg. Childminders. However from 1st September 2010 the Government extended the free entitlement from 12.5 to 15 hours per week for up to 38 weeks per year. There are several options for early years education of which these...
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  • Level 3 CU1531
    description using the template below to describe your duties and responsibilities Name: Emma Brooks Job Title: Childminder Duties of Role Responsibilities My duty as a childminder is to provide high quality care for children and young people. In order to achieve this I must ensure I am familiar...
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  • Unit 302
    the Childcare Act 2006 and every child matters, all 3 and 4 year old children in England are able to receive free, part time early years education, up to 15 hours per week, for a school year of 38 weeks per year. Early year’s education follows the Early Years Foundation Stage guidance which was simplified...
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  • Cyp 3.2 1.1, 1.2, 1.3
    or voluntary groups providing care and learning activities for children from birth to five years old. Childminders: Look after children under 12 years in their own homes. They can take care of up to six children under eight years old, although no more than three of them must be under five. Nannies...
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