MU 2.8 - contribution to the support of the positive environments for children and young people.
A positive environment is a place where a child can learn and develop to their own potential and is praised on a regular basis for their achievement and also a positive enviroment is something that supports every child and young person's learning and development in a challenging but achievable way.
Regulatorys requirements for settings that have children and young people under 16 in the setting for more that two hours a day are detailed In the ofsted's national standards. They include the following requirements:
Clean and well maintained
Ventilation on locks toughened glass and windows
Good space and storage
Good security on all external doors and gates locked and coded as appropriate; handles and door locks out of reach from children.
Appropriate temperture (15-18 decrees for babies) (20-22 for other children)
Safe and adequate supply of hot food,cold and drinking water
Sole use of premises during session
The basic nutrition requirments are that the average child should include 33% fruit and vegetables 33% bread, cereals, and oats, 12% meat and fish, 7% of sweet and fatty foods and then 15% of milk and cheese, this is what they government thinks you consume in order to have a balanced diet and for you to get all the nutrtion your body needs.
There are different religions in the world that say that their children can eat things like pork, chicken, beef and certain fish but their are also families that decided that it's bad to eat meat all together these are called vegetarians and there are also families that don't eat anything that has come from an animals like milk and cheese and even eggs these are called vegans, in nurseries if you have a preference then you should let the workers know when you go for your interview you can do this by filling out a preference form this way the chief knows not to give your child...