An Introduction to Working with Children 1
A primary school for children aged between 5 and 7 years provides education for all children. A non private primary school is a statutory setting witch means that it has been past by law by parliament, this means they have pasted a law to say that the service either must or can be provided by them. Primary school setting must follow the national curriculum witch is what the school must teach the children literacy, numeracy, and science this is what the school should provide for the children on top of other subjects for 5 – 7 year olds the statutory subjects that all pupils must study are art and design, design and technology, geography, history, information and communication technology, music and physical education. Religious education must also be provided at key stages 1 and 2. All statutory setting must provide high quality education. The setting will be regularly inspected by ofstead. Ofstead is the office for “standards in education” there job is to inspect and regulate care and education for children and young people.
Provisions for a child aged under 5 years old in a nursery class in a statutory setting. The purpose of this setting is to help children to adapt the children from being at nursery for half a day to a full day as this will help them to prepare for primary school. A nursery setting has to go by the early years foundation stage (EYFS). A nursery setting is there to help children to develop their physical, intellectual, language, emotional, social skills better and gives them the opportunity for outdoor play, this will help to prepare them for when they move up to primary school.
A private day nursery for children aged under 5 years old provides full day care, early years education and security. A private day nursery is a private setting with is were you have to pay for your child to be looked after this could cost around £120 - £200 a week the price may vary depending on were you may take your child to. This would be suitable for