• Single Parenting and the Childcare Industry
    | | |Single Parenting and the Childcare Industry | |The Cha
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  • Unit 14 Childcare and Education
    Unit 14… E1 There are a number of ‘models’ of disability which have been defined over the last few years. The two most frequently mentioned are the ‘social’ and the ‘medical’ models of disability. The social and medical model of disability (2007) www2.le.ac.uk [accessed 02/03/12] Th
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  • Unit 2 Nvq 2 Childcare
    Unit 2: Supporting the provision of safe and effective childcare environments 1a) Laws which are put in place to maintain my health and safety at work are things such as the ‘Health and Safety at Work Act (1974)’ which is a key piece of health and safety laws. The ‘Health and Safety (Yo
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  • Unit 1 Childcare and Education
    Unit 1 – An Introduction to Working with Children E1 Describe THREE (3) different types of settings which provide care and education for children in your area. This must include ONE (1) example from the • Statutory sector. • Voluntary sector. • Private sector E2 Describe how EACH of th
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  • Unit 14 Childcare Grade B
    E1/E2/E3. The social model of disability says that disability is caused by the way society looks upon things, rather than by a person’s impairment or difference. It looks at ways how removing barriers that restrict life choices for people with a disability. When barriers are removed, people with
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  • Unit 1 Level 3 Diploma in Childcare and Education
    Unit 5 - The principles underpinning the role of the practitioner working with children. E1 The responsibility needed by a practitioner need to be practiced with regards to certain responsibilities. One of the main responsibilities when working as an early years practitioner is to work as part o
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  • Childcare Cache Level 3 Unit 1
    Unit 1 An introduction to working with children E1 and E2 Statutory Statutory is funded by local and central government. It is free for children to go and schools are compulsory, so children have to go. Hucklow primary school is for children aged 4-11. It follows the national curriculum. The
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  • Unit 5 Childcare Level 3
    Disclosure Pass 5 There may occur a time when a child tells you they have been abused or are being abused, this is known as a disclosure. If this occurs it is important that you are aware of the settings policy. All information a child discloses to you must be kept confidential unless the person y
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  • Childcare Unit 1
    E1/E2 There are three different types of settings from different sectors these include statuary, voluntary and private. Statuary: Statuary settings are a service provided by the central government and funded by central taxations e.g. NHS, Others are also funded by local taxations as well as centra
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  • Unit 025 Qcf 3 Childcare
    Unit 025 Outcome 1 A.C 1 The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child is an international agreement that protects the human rights of the children under the age of 18. On 16 December 1991, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland formally agreed to make sure
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  • Childcare and Education Unit 4
    child Unit 4 - Assignment | Michelle Pieh | | Children & Play | | Rebecca Myring | 11/16/2009 | | Introduction Play is the main way in which children learn and therefore play affects all aspects of a child’s development. Valuing children’s play: Props should be encoura
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  • Unit 12 Level 3 Nvq Childcare
    Unit 12: Understand the purposes and principles of early year’s frameworks. 1.1: The early years learning framework will give descriptions of all aspects which are essential in order to support a child’s learning from 0-5 years of age. The framework concentrates on play-based learning showing
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  • Cache Childcare Level 2 Unit 3 Assignment
    E1, E2, E3 E4 Children Act 1989 The Children Act focuses on the welfare of the child and stated that “the welfare of the child is the paramount consideration.” (Children Act 1989 www.devon.co.uk) In my setting the child is at the heart of everything to do with him/her. For example the setti
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  • Unit 004 Childcare
    1.1 Describe the duties and responsibilities of own role I have the responsibilities of preparing juice bottles in the morning, I am fully aware of food hygiene and all the children in my groups dietary requirements such as what juice they are allowed if any etc. I also have the responsibility of
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  • Unit 101
    C & G 7407 Unit 101 Initial Assessment Introduction What is initial assessment? Before a learning programme commences, it is good practice to understand something about the learners. For example, their past experience, current skills and what direction their learning will take in the fut
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  • Bambi Childcare Business Plan
    BUSINESS PLAN Sep 13, 2009 Table of Contents 1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY2 1.1 Mission2 2.0 COMPANY SUMMARY2 3.0 SERVICES 3 4.0 MARKET ANALYSIS SUMMARY3 4.1 Market Segmentation4 4.2 Target Market Segment Strategy4 4.3 Competition5 5.0 STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION5 5.1 Sales Stra
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  • Childcare 1
    Unit one - Reflective Practice in the Early Years Sector Karen Snelson Outcome 1 Reflective practice today is used in a variety of different professional roles i.e. Crèche assistant, childcare, teaching and social work and it is relied on in all of these professions to maintain and improve
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  • Unit 2- Development from Conception to Age 16 Years
    Unit 2- Development from conception to age 16 years By Claire Williamson Word Count: E1:Describe the development of children in a selected age range and in two areas of development. Birth to three years, physical development and social and emotional development. Throughout the fir
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  • Unit 5
    Unit 5 – The principles underpinning the role of the practitioner working with children E1. All childcare settings operate a code of practice for the practitioners to work within. Although the code its self is not a law it must comply with current legislation and help the employer and employee
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  • Unit 4
    In this unit I am going to discuss and reflect on theories and principles of learning and communication. I will be looking at and relating relevant theories and principles in relation to my own teaching and how this has an impact on how I design and implement teaching and learning into my teaching a
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