A non- judgemental approach to practice
Attitude to work
Awareness of children’s development
A non-judgemental approach to practise- this means to make a conscious effort not to be critical of the actions or thoughts of others. It is important to keep a non-judgemental approach because you will be working with children; it’s not good to judge others in front of children because they may copy your behaviour. It is not good to judge children either; this can cause them to be upset and self conscious of them selves.
Time keeping and attendance- Timekeeping and attendance is extremely important in an Early Years setting, for both the children and the members of, many people rely on you to be carrying out your responsibility- this includes the team, the parents and the children. Poor attendance and punctuality, even at the earliest age, can affect achievement in later life. Establishing good habits from the start helps children to settle more quickly and the routine of regular attendance and good time keeping will serve your child well for the rest of their school career and throughout their life.
Attitude to work- it is good to show good attitude towards your work because you wouldn’t want to seem like you are not bothered with the work, you have to look enthusiastic. You always need to have a positive attitude when working with children so that the children know that you are willing to play with them. This shows your co-workers that you are interested and willing to work with the children.
Awareness of children’s development- Child development refers to the changes that occur as a child grows and develops in relation to being physically healthy, mentally alert, emotionally sound, socially competent and ready to learn.
The first five years of a child's life are fundamentally important. They are the foundation that shapes children's future health, happiness, growth, development and learning achievement at school, in the