who may react positively or negatively to partnership opportunities
an explanation of how effective multi-agency working operates withinearlyyears provision and benefits children and carers.
EYMP 2: Promote learning and development in the earlyyearsUnit reference
influence of legislation on workingpracticeswithinearlyyearssettings.
Unit 4 – Keeping children safe
Criteria Grading Criteria Guidance
Identify legislation which influences healthy, safe and secure environments for earlyyearssettings Describe the procedures which will keep a child...
) Equivalent unit ref.
Equivalent QCF unit (from elsewhere)
Support children and young people’s positive behaviour
Contribute to the support of children's positive behaviour in earlyyearssettings
An equivalent unit is a QCF unit from a different...
skills and competence.
3. The ‘Core Units’ that are shared with the other
pathways are not contextualised to earlyyears,
but draw on more general principles of working
with children and young people.
4. The age range covered within the Child
Development units is up to 19 – CCLD was...
outcomes are taken into account at all times, when planning for a child’s specific needs and for the setting as a whole.
Another significant piece of legislation, the Childcare Act 2006 led to the implementation of EarlyYears Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework 2008. Within the framework it clearly...
influences healthy, safe, secure environments for earlyyearssettings.
You need to give a sentence explaining that you are going to identify a minimum of five different forms of legislation. You need to ensure that you say the full title, the abbreviation and date where appropriate e.g.
Unit 4 Assignment
Keeping children safe
E1 Identify legislation which influences healthy, safe and secure environments for earlyyearssettings
D1 Explain how the 5 pieces of legislation in E1 establish and maintain healthy, safe and secure environments
Five main laws that underpin the...
Unit 8 Caring for Children
When working as a childcare practitioner it is essential that you work within the legal requirements and following the policies and procedures of the setting. There is an EarlyYears code of practice that should underpin the practitioner practice and these will relate to...
practitioners and underpin professional standards and good practice. Documents such as the earlyyears foundation stage (EYFS), the CACHE statement of values, the Foundation Phase Framework for Children’s Learning for 3 to 7 year-olds in Wales identify the principles and values that professionals should follow...
alongside other population groups whose rights necessitate. Also it is based on the belief that all children are born with fundamental freedoms and the inherent rights of all human beings.
E4: The Cache statement of values has many principles that all earlyyears workers should use such as...
practitioner you may come across sensitive information and all practitioners need to be aware of legislation and the policies within the setting they are in. The data Protection act 1998 protects individual rights and helps to prevent information spreading.
“The Act gives legal rights to individuals (data...
how effective multi-agency working operates withinearlyyears provision and benefits children and carers.
EYMP 2 PROMOTE LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE EARLYYEARS
Explain each of the areas of learning and development...
DCCE Unit 1
An Introduction to Working with Children and Young People
E1. Describe 3 different types of settings which provide care and education for children in your area. This must include 1 example from the statutory sector; voluntary sector; private sector. (5 marks)
E2. Describe how each...
move their learning forward.’(Jo Brewster 2008)
A1 Reflect on the influence of legislation on workingpracticeswithinearlyyearssettings.
The Health and Safety At Work Act 1974- By having an act such as this, the setting is required to have safe environment for the children to feel secure and...
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