• cypw level 3
    and when they have positive relationships with the adults caring for them. The welfare requirements are designed to support providers in creating settings which are welcoming, safe and stimulating, and where children are able to enjoy learning through play, to grow in confidence and to fulfil their...
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  • Eymp 1
    for Early Years Provision 1.1 Explain the legal status and principles of the relevant early year’s frameworks and how national and local guidance materials are used in settings. Children deserve and need the best possible start in their lives in order for them to fulfil their full potential in...
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  • Understand Employment Rights and Responsibilites
    employment responsibilities and rights in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings. Task A- Short Answer Questions Ai) Imagine you are a newly appointed supervisor/manager within your service. You need to update your staff handbook to reflect current employment law. Identify...
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  • Assessment
    - The legislation may vary from state to state and centre to centre. 2. What ethical obligations do you have as stated in the NCAC’s (National Childcare Accreditation System) QIAS (Quality Improvement and Accreditation System) principles, service/centre policy and procedures, service agreements, ECA...
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  • Miss
    my learning during my studies with the OU. I will be reflecting on how my role as an early year’s practitioner and understanding has developed over the past year and what I feel I have achieved to date. When referring to my setting, and the children who attend, I will change all names so as to protect...
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  • Child Protection
    basis for all later relationships, a continuous, reliable, loving relationship within the family unit and then with a growing number of others provides opportunities for the child to also form the ability to care and respond to affection. It can give the individual a sense of worth. The development of...
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  • Schools as Organisations TDA 3.2
    Unit 302: Schools as Organisations. Outcome 1.1 In 2006 after the Childcare Act got passed in parliament it became an entitlement for all 3-4 year olds in England to receive a free part time early year’s education. For 38 weeks of the year the child is eligible for up to 12.5 hours per week. This...
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  • Assignment 026 - Task a
    Assignment 026 – Understand How to Safeguard the Well-being of Children and Young People. Task A – Briefing notes/Report/Presentation for new workers. This is a report which has been created to introduce new childcare practitioners to safeguarding within a childcare setting. This will help new practitioners...
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  • Unit 11 Principles for implementing duty of care in health , social care or childrens and young peoples settings
    Unit 11 Principles for implementing duty of care in health , social care or childrens and young peoples settings Duty of care in own work role As a nursery assistant my role within the setting is to provide a safe and secure enviroment for all children. By doing this i help to complete a health...
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  • Task 6
    morning, toys, books and activities are set out ready so your child feels happy, comfortable and invited into the setting. We use our “Little Books” to record achievements, no matter how small, so that the praise we give the children verbally can be carried on at home! We praise the children for their...
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  • Miss
    settled. It would be very unfair on them to introduce a child who was disruptive. I prefer the children come to visit me at least 3 times before the childcare commences, once with the parents and twice left for a short time alone, giving the child a chance to meet myself and the other children properly....
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  • Sch 21
    Understand why communication is important in the work setting. 1.1 Identify different reasons why people communicate. Communication makes a major part of people’s active life and is a social activity. This social activity is pursued by verbal communication through speech, reading and writing...
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  • Principles of Diversity, Equality and Inclusion in Adult Social Care Settings.
    Principles of diversity, equality and inclusion in adult social care settings Understand the importance of diversity, equality and inclusion What is Equality? Equality is about making sure people are treated fairly and given fair chances. Equality is not about treating everyone in the same...
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  • Q ‘Evaluate the Ability of Partnerships with Educare to Deliver Appropriate Learning Programmes and Promote Equality of Opportunity’.
    influencing changes to social policy with the development of school meals and health service, which reflected their concerns around the health of children within the community. The impact of women needing to work during World War II influenced the development of full day care and education. By the early 1950’s...
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  • Removing Barriers
    | | |A report on developing good practice for children with special needs in early years childcare and education in the | | |private and voluntary sectors ...
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  • Unit 1
    this country that supports the rights of children they are UNCRC, Child care act 2006 and Children act 2004. Childcare Act 2006; the act includes the welfare standards with which all settings registered to work with children under 8 years must be included, and also provides a learning framework for children...
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  • CYPOP 5 Task 1 and Task 2
    parents of Anjum a little girl who is new to your setting moved to England only 3 months ago. Yours is the first setting that they have used for 18 month old Anjum. They have very little understanding of the legislation covering home based childcare or the role of the regulatory body. Consider 4 pieces...
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  • Diploma in Children’s and Young People’s Workforce Cypop 5 Understand How to Set Up a Work Based Child Care Servic
    current Legislation for home based childcare and the Role of Regulatory Bodies Registration By law all providers of home based childcare in England that care for children under the age of eight, must be registered with the regulatory body Ofsted. Ofsted keeps two childcare registers; the Early Years register...
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  • Cypop Childminding Course Unit 2 Accidents and Emergencies
    TASK 2 POLICIES AND PROCEDURES A policy – is a written statement about how you will work in one area of your practice A procedure are the actions you will take to carry out the procedure. They should be clear and simple. Your policy should start with a short, clear statement, eg: POLICY...
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  • Unit 502
    meets the service users’ needs. To improve the experience and outcomes for service users and the staff team we need to create a working environment within which staff is provided with opportunities to reflect on, learn and design improvements to the service we provide. This is where improving knowledge...
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