1.Being cared for by someone different.
Many children are left with a child minder, nursery or member of the family around 1 or 2 years old this can result in separation anxiety This can been shown with difficulty sleeping crying and being upset and the for need for attention. May showing as less or greater interest in food as a comfort avoiding contact with others using un wanted behaviour which would affect the social communicational physical and emotional development. Each child is different and would need to be treated with a unique style. They will seek to gain attention in different ways and they are very aware of unfamiliar people to which in turn means lack of trust with adults. with this in mind I would ensure that they have their own special person who would understand their needs and be aware of their needs ,That that person would be their to greet the child at each session and hand them over at the end of every session so the child is supported by both parent and carer. Find out from parents what games , activities interests or family members the child is interested in .Implement a diary so that both parent and carer can communicate about their every day life I.e. sleeping eating and behavioural patterns Supporting the parents in their decisions and ensuring the care their child is receiving . Have 1 to 1 interaction with the child , have a display of pictures of family members in their learning journal, continue the repetition of met and greet at the start and end of every session. Respond to what the child shows an interest in Provide a way that will help the child deal with anxiety and other feelings. Share stories and songs.
2.Moving to a different school ( reception)
Children will attend reception year at 4-5 years old, most children relish the idea of going to big school however some will feel intimidated lost or feel the need for more attention, some may have outbursts of anger or tantrums...
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