Understand the importance of promotingpositivehealth and wellbeing for children
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Understand the key principles of hygiene and prevention of cross-infection in the earlyyears setting
Walk and talk
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vital for schools and earlyyears settings to understand and realise their role in promoting emotional health and well-being (www.nspcc.org).
The Ottawa Charter (1986) suggests that health promotion works through real and effective community action. For this to be achieved communities are required...
emotional health and well-being through the national healthy school standard (NHSS), NHS Health Development Agency, 2004.
 Promoting children’s health within earlyyears and school settings, DfES, 2001.
 Bright futures: promotingchildren and young people’s mental health, Mental Health...
, parenting practices, child health related to feeding, food security, child rearing, hygiene
and over all well-being.
and health-seeking. PDI is also used as a screening
tool that identifies malnourished children. Good
PD/Hearth is based on the premise that in every
practices followed by...
Unit 066 Promote children’s Welfare and Well-being in the EarlyYears
Outcome # 3 Understand the importance of promotingpositivehealth and well-being for earlyyearschildren
AC 2. Describe de roles of key health professionals and sources of...
EYFS key themes and commitments
A Unique Child
1.4 Health and well-
2.2 Parents as
3.2 Supporting every
2.4 Key person
basis of the 2004 Children’s Act. The paper lists five outcomes which were identified in consultation with children and young people:
Being healthy: enjoying good physical and mental health and living a healthy lifestyle
Staying safe: being protected from harm and neglect
-agency working is known as different services, working together to provide services that meets the needs of children and their parent or carer. Children in earlyyears have different needs and working together as practitioners can have positive impact on their health, development and learning. To...
3.1. Explain how to promote
children’s health and wellbeing in an earlyyears work
3.2. Describe the roles of key
health professionals and
sources of professional advice
and wellbeing for earlyyearschildren and their families...
Early Learning Framework: PromotingPositive Outcomes in Early Childhood Programs which outlines the essential areas of development and learning will be used by our Head Start programs to establish school readiness goals for their children, monitor children’s progress, align curricula, and conduct...
Background on Strive for Five at School!
The "Strive for Five at School" program was developed by the Annapolis Valley HealthPromoting Schools Program producer supplier committee; to provide schools with ideas and recipes that meet the Food and Nutrition Policy for Nova Scotia Public Schools...
outcomes are known as The Early Learning Goals with the aim being that each child can achieve the goals by the end of the foundation stage which is the end of reception year in school. The goals provide the basis for planning and learning throughout the EYFS. Some children will have exceeded the goals...
of Young Children
The need for both safety policies and corresponding practices in early care settings is essential for the well-being of the children. Caregivers are the first people that children develop close, strong relationships outside of the home. Children feel safe knowing that their...
democracy and human rights
-children and young people grow stronger.
2.4-SUPPORTING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE ACCORDING TO THEIR AGE, NEEDS AND ABILITIES TO MAKE PERSONAL CHOICES AND EXPERIENCES THAT HAVE POSITIVE IMPACT ON THEIR LIVES:
The earlyyears are a period of opportunity to establish a...
pre-eminent role in promoting her/his well-being, learning and development. - Quality early childhood care and education must value and support the role of parents. Open, honest and respectful partnership with parents is essential in promoting the best interests of the child. Mutual partnership...
elements of every child matters are staying safe, being healthy, enjoying and achieving, making a positive contribution and achieving economic well-being.
We achieve this by setting the standards for learning, promoting equality of opportunity, creating the framework for working in partnership...
* Community well-being
Environmental factors play an important role in the etiology of emotional problems in childhood. It is important that we as caregivers notice signs of mental health problems early so we can better address the child’s needs. (Sorte,Daeschel...
. For example, in Victoria there are Belonging, Being and Becoming, and Victorian EarlyYears Learning and Development Framework are frequently implemented. Baleert Boorron’s documents and State of Victoria’s children report are two main indigenous documents used for guiding the indigenous early...
important in promoting anti discriminatory practice within health and social care as they both are the main focus to what influences an individual’s behaviour and well-being. The next assessment is the safety of children this policy provides. The every child matters policy helps in ensuring that...
their families need practitioners to work together, when appropriate, to provide the best possible help
Building a competent workforce to promote children and young people's well-being
• Parents or carers who are confident and able to bring up their children in a way that promotes positivehealth...