Unit 15 Professional practice in early years setting
1.1 There are many different types of childcare provision, these include: Mother and toddler groups- a place were the toddler can socialise with other children their age, whilst the mother or father can stay and learn more ways to look after and help with the childs development. Pre-school- a private nursery, one that is paid for by the parent, they do not do compulsory hours and the child doesn’t have a primary school place already. Day care- a day care is for children from the age of 3 months to 5 years, they have different classes for children of different ages and the parents can drop of the child and pick them up when they wish. Some parents only take the child in for one or two hours a day so that they have some interaction with other children and have new experiences. Crèche- is a drop in centre style childcare provision, the parents do not pay a monthly fee they only pay when they need it, crèche’s are in many different places such as gyms, shopping centers and churches, in these areas the children are looked after whilst the parents go and do what they need. The purpose of all of these settings is so the child can develop and socialize with others, the parent can have help if needed and learn new things about their child.
2.2 The current policies and frameworks are a good impact in the early years sector as using the EYFS helps the child to develop and highlights those areas. The EYFS helps the staff to understand that what the child does is all part of their learning and that it should be recorded and linked to an area of development. By using the EYFS key workers can identify what the child does/learns and help to improve these points in order for the child to develop. CAF is a four-step process whereby practitioners can identify a child's or young person's needs early, assess those needs holistically, deliver coordinated services and review progress. This will then help the...
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