Contribute to the support of positive environments for children and young people.
Mandatory 3 credits GLH 27 1. Describe what you understand by the term ‘positive environment’ and identify regulatory requirements that underpin a positive environment for children and young people.
Whatever age group or setting you are working with, you must plan an environment that encourages the development of the whole child. First of all you think about the different settings that children aged 2-4 years may experience. The settings have both indoor and outdoor work spaces that need to be through about. The set out of the physical environment is my team’s responsibility and help to giving each child positive outcomes in their learning, and development. The available space will influence the way the furniture and equipment is set out. While it is important to create an positive environment, everything should be safe, secure and have purpose that supports each area of the children. A positive environment for children and young people must be a safe place to work in, so a number of legal health and safety requirements are in place. Whatever the layout, policies and proceduresguide the working practice of the us and make sure the requirement are carried. 2. Explain how to effectively care for children and young people’s skin, hair and teeth.
To effectively care for children or younh people’s skin , hair and teeth in the work place is to maintan that there is correct faculites for the child to clean they hands after using the toilet and if they have be doing messy play activies and also before snack time too . Also show the children the different taps that blue means cold and red mean hot so they do not burn themselves, setting children should not be using warm water unsupervised .For they teeth to make sure that we are giving them milk at drinks time to help teeth and bones grow strong . The hair to maintan that all hair is check for nits and tie up .