Planbalancedmeals,snacks and drinks for children in their earlyyears, followingcurrentgovernmentguidance on nutritionalneeds.
Recognise why it is important to follow carer's instructions in respect of their child's food allergies and intolerance's.
During a child's earlyyears it is...
Outcome # 3 Understand the importance of promoting positive health and well-being for earlyyearschildren
AC 2. Describe de roles of key health professionals and sources of professional advice in promoting positive health and well-being for early years...
Sheet 3: Health, safety and hygiene
For this assessor visit, you will need to carry out a snack or mealtime routine in your placement. You will need to talk to your placement supervisor about this. Do this at least a week ahead of your assessor visit.
This visit will focus on your understanding...
well being in the earlyyears
1.1 Explain the welfare requirements and guidance of the relevant earlyyears framework
Each of the nations within the United Kingdom has a set of welfare requirements or standards that must be met by the provider of earlyyears care. There are three...
EYMP3-5.1 Identify balancedmeals, snacks and drinks for children in their earlyyears, followingcurrentgovernmentguidance on nutritionalneeds.
Children should be encouraged to eat a varied diet. Setting a schedule for meals and snacks will help keep the children satisfied through the day and avoid...
All feedback will be recorded on learner record.
Health and safety
Support children and young people’s health and safety CYP Core 3.4
Promote the welfare and well being in the earlyyears EYMP 3
1. Question: Add the legislation chart that you completed in class
CYP 3.4 AC...
CYPOP2-6.1 Planmeals for young children that meet their nutritionalneeds based on currentgovernmentguidance and information from carers.
Studies have documented that schedules and routines influence children’s emotional, cognitive, and social development. Predictable and consistent schedules in...
E1: Describe the main food groups that are essential to meet the basic needs of the body.
Examples of foods
Why are these essential for health and wellbeing?
Bread, other cereals and potatoes
Carbohydrates, Some calcium and iron, B vitamins and dietary fibre.
1. Understand the welfare requirements of the relevant earlyyears framework.
1.1. Explain the welfare requirements and guidance of the relevant earlyyears framework.
As a provider I have to remember that in the UK we have set of welfare requirements or standards of early years...
We make sure all the bottles are sterilised before use.
Then we boil the kettle and fill the bottle up to required amount, for example I need to make 5 ounces milk, I will fill the bottle up to 5 ounces, add 5 scoops of milk powder, shake it well, let it cool down and check the temperature...
meet the needs of the child/children with whom they are working.
The learner will need to read a story to a small group of children.
Learner name: Becky Ferris
Assessor name: Kath Dineen
Date: 15th January 2013
Professional discussion: topics to discuss
Learners need to explain...
the children are placed into the environment by parents who want the best for their children. They expect they staff to have a degree of knowledge and understanding including education and training, to enable them to look after their children to the best of their ability. Alongside this, we need to ensure...
they’ve even started primary school’ (Roger smith, health nutritionist)
E1, E2, + B1
The main food groups that are essential to meet the basic needs of the body are identified on the ‘eat well plate’. It contains food groups such as fruit and vegetables (at least 5 potions should be eaten daily or...
Promote children's welfare and well being in the earlyyears
1.1 Explain the Welfare requirements and guidance in the earlyyears framework
Settings must take all the necessary steps to keep children safe and well,
they must ensure the suitability of all adults who come into contact with them...
The Welfare requirements and guidance for all people working in the EarlyYears Sector are laid down and explained in the Statutory Framework for the EarlyYears Foundation Stage (EYFS 2012)
“Children learn best when they are healthy, safe and secure, when their individual needs are...
Attaining holistic health should be everybody’s goal. At this point of your life you have many health concerns that need to be addressed. You need to develop all dimensions of your health. You also need coping skills to be able to face the challenges of adolescent life. Correct health information, a positive...
Nutrition unit 32/14
Nutrition unit 32/14
Nutritionalneeds of children from 0 to 16
Nutrition requirements for 0 to three years old:
Nutrition during the first year of life is extremely important because of the rapid growth rate of an infant. An infant's growth is the best indicator of...
Developing healthy eating habits
Children develop a natural preference for the foods they enjoy the most, so the challenge is to make healthy choices appealing. Of course, no matter how good your intentions, it’s always going to be difficult to convince your eight-year-old that an apple is as sweet a...
Understand how to ensure children in their EarlyYears receive high quality, balanced nutrition to meet growth and development needs
5.1 Identify balancedmeals, snacks and drinks for children in their EarlyYears, followingcurrentgovernmentguidance on nutritionalneeds
It is very important within...
North Hertfordshire College
North Hertfordshire Assessment Centre
Level 3 Diploma
Children & Young People’s
SHC 31 PROMOTE COMMUNICATION
Identify the different reasons people communicate
There are many reasons why people have to communicate and being a nursery...
Premium5924 Words40 Pages
StudyMode.com is the web's
leading learning tool.
We inspire millions of students
every day with over 1,700,000
model essays and papers, AP notes
and book notes.
Join millions of other students and start your research