UNIT 24 Work with Babies and YoungChildren to Promote Their Development and Learning
1.1 explain the pattern of development in the first three years of life and the skills typically acquired at each stage
a how development and learning are interconnected
b how and why variations occur...
committed to organising the staff, resources and environment to ensure that we provide high quality care that meets the needs of the children.
Our main concern is for the safety and security of the children. We therefore ensure that there are always sufficient staff to maintain the minimum adult:child ratio...
health and development. Smoking can affect the babies’ oxygen in the womb which could affect the growth and development, low birth weight, high risk of prematurely (birth before week’s gestation), asthma and may lead to cot death. Genetic factors – when the baby has condition, which means that it has been...
It is important that practitioners plan to meet the care and learning needs of all children. Training staff ensure all children are monitored on a daily basis by observing them, recording these observations and using them to plan children’s ‘next steps’, filling out a progress report and transfer...
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.
EYMP 3: PROMOTE CHILDREN’S WELFARE AND WELL BEING IN THE EARLY
Children learn best when they are healthy, safe and secure, when their
individualneeds are met and when they have positive relationships with the
adults caring for them. The welfare requirements are designed to support
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|specifically focus on social, emotional and behavioral difficulties...
meeting the needs of all children, particularly
those that arise from their ethnic heritage, social and economic background, gender, ability or
disability. Our setting is committed to anti-discriminatory practice to promote equality of opportunity
and valuing diversity for all children and families...
Working with babies from birth to 12 months
E1-Summarise the factors which may influence the health and development of babies in the first year of their lives
Environmental factors such as not having enough space in the garden for the baby to play and explore will influence their development...
practitioners to identify children’s care and learning needs in a setting, there are many reasons for this. Firstly, is to promote development. Some children develop and learn faster than others and it is partly our responsibility to ensure all children’s needs are cared for no matter what stage of development...
objectives of this research task is to look at: The care and educational needs of the children in our care and establish why it is of the utmost importance that these care needs are met at all times, To identify why the care needs of the children are important, and also why the structure of play within our school...
Cyp core 3.2
1.1-Explain the factors that need to be taken into account when assessing development.
When assessing a child you must be careful to take into account confidentiality before carrying out an observation you must have parents and the settings permission and not to leave confidential material...
Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (Great Britain)
Outlines the responsibility of individual employees for maintaining health and safety in the workplace.
Childcare Act 2006
Focuses on improving outcomes for children in the early years through the ‘five outcomes’ of Every Child Matters (including...
Advanced Diploma of Management
The Toddler Warehouse is a full-service Child-Care/development facility that cares for toddlers from age three to five. The Toddler Warehouse will be concentrating on the upper end of the market:...
Procedures in ECCE Setting.
Well-being of children in ECCE setting.
Characteristic of positive environment in ECCE setting
The factors that contribute to the overall well-being of the children in ECCE setting
Components of a balanced diet for children
Indoor and Outdoor...
The green paper built on existing plans to strengthen preventive services by focusing on four key themes;
* Increasing the focus on supporting families and carers.
* Ensuring intervention takes place before children reach crisis point and protecting children from falling through the net.
communication in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings
This unit is aimed at those who work in health or social care settings or with children or young people in a wide range of settings. The unit explores...
CYP Core 3.2 – Promote child and young person development
1.1 Explain the factors that need to be taken into account when assessing development
• Confidentiality and when, for the safety of the child or young person confidentiality must be breached.
• Children’s wishes and feelings
• Ethnic, linguistic...
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