for children in their early years, following current government guidance on nutritional needs.
Recognisewhy it is important to follow carer's instructions in respect of their child's foodallergies and intolerance's.
During a child's early years it is essential to obtain a balanced diet due to...
consists of a direct observation, in which the learner must demonstrate a range of communication methods, adapting the style to 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
meals, snacks and drinks for children in their EY, following government guidance on nutritional needs
Children have to have a balanced diet of certain foods in order for the children to grow properly. This list provides for children;-
Fighting infection and healing...
Ofsted of any changes in circumstance of any staff or family member i.e. criminal conviction.
promote good health, and a healthy attitude towards food/drink and a healthy lifestyle including no smoking and have good hygiene routines and take into consideration and special dietary needs.
additional resources or giving one child more attention and support than others during a particular activity or routine.
• All children in my care are given the opportunity to play with all the toys. No toys are just for girls or just for boys.
No child in my care will be discriminated against...
Safety and Food Management policies and procedures in your placement. You should be able to give your assessor a tour of the placement pointing out the relevant aspects. You also need to be aware of the Child Protection policy and the procedures relating to recording and reporting of child protection...
Recognize why it is important to followcarers' instructions in respect of their child's foodallergies or intolerances:
It is important to follow parent instruction because some children may not be allowed to eat certain food such as nuts, tomatoes, food colouring such as (curry), eggs, and milk...
to ensure that the children are in a safe and secure environment, that the setting offers safe toys and activities for the children. It is important that the child is looked after emotionally and physically and that they feel safe and happy. The setting also has a legal responsibility to ensure that the...
Learning Program for:
CHCCN303A: Contribute to provision of nutritionally balanced food in a safe and hygiene manner.
CHCCHILD401B: Identify and respond to children and young people at risk.
The learner group for this program will be individuals wishing to gain employment...
1.3 Keeping safe
1.2 Inclusive practice
2.1 Respecting each
3.2 Supporting every
4.4 Areas of learning
2.2 Parents as
2.3 Supporting learning
2.4 Key person
The Early Years Foundation Standard sets out the general welfare requirements and guidance for children and young people as follows.
A) Provider must take steps required to safeguard and promote the well being of children.
Specific legal requirement areas are:
provision of safe and effective care.
Child protection is a part of safeguarding and promoting welfare. It refers to
the activity that is undertaken to protect specific children who are suffering,
or are likely to suffer, significant harm.
Effective child protection is essential as part of wider...
many reasons why people have to communicate and being a nursery practitioner it is a essential part of my job role. There are numbers of reason why we all have to communicate and this is because:
We all have to share and gain information with each other this information could be as important as giving...
Explain why it is important to take a balanced approach to risk management CYP 3.4 AC 3.1
Children and young people need a safe and challenging environment. Most human activity involves a certain degree of risk. Children and young people need to learn how to cope with this. It is important they understand...
If a parent or carer says that their child cannot eat a particular food it is important that the practitioners take note of this and make sure they respect the parent or carer’s instructions. Quite often there will be a noticeboard with the details of what children can and can’t eat, and it is usually...
language and communication difficulties or delay.
wash hands throughly before preparing food.
remove watches,bracelets, rings etc.
make sure hair is tied back and wearing an apron.
wash tops before putting food on the work tops.
use a separate cutting board and knifes...
physical development with their gross motor skills would involve jumping on and off of apparatus, hopping and skipping in time to music. At 7 years old a child might be able to ride a two wheel bike or roller skates, they are aware of space around them and can control their speed and swerve to avoid any collisions...
finance and contracts manager. |
Question 3.2If a child is hurt and needs first aid treatment when in school, what would you do?If you are working as a teaching assistant give details based on your organisation’s own procedures. |
If any child is hurt or injured in school the first thing I would...
be assessed in real work environments by a qualified vocationally competent assessor. Simulation is not permitted.
1. Understand why effective communication is important in the work setting.
1.1. Identify the different reasons people communicate.
1.2. Explain how communication affects relationships...