Eymp2 3.1 Explain How Practitiners Promote Children's Learning Within the Early Years Framework.
The E.Y. F emphasises a personal & individual approach to learning, this is because all children develop at their own rate and learn in different ways, come from different backgrounds whether social or religious & therefore have different needs and interests. Emotionally children come in different packages, some children may seem independent and confident and you may be misled into thinking that they don’t need as much attention as the children who express their emotions regularly and via for your attention on a regular basis. This assumption would be incorrect all children should be giving your individual attention, how else can we plan appropriately for their needs and interests.
In England the E.Y.F was introduced to encompass child-minders, Pre-schools, after school clubs and nurseries to deliver a programme that incorporates personal, social and emotional development, Expressive arts & design, physical development, literacy, communication and language, mathematics and finally understanding of the world. All these areas of learning are incorporated into the unique child, positive relationships, enabling environments and learning and development. In England we have also include the Welfare Requirements these are universal and all setting must meet Ofsted guidelines in educating and caring for children. Scotland and Wales follow similar guidelines but with their own structure to include cultural and educational theories believed to represent their own countries interests and needs. The E.Y. F wants us as practitioner to see each child as unique. To do this we need to observe each child and make observations so that you can see a pattern of the child’s interests and how they are developing to see if they are within their age and stage of development and if necessary how to plan appropriately to be able to see where they are within the developmental