The idea of a predictable and unpredictable life events involves generalisation. For some people issues like divorce or redundancy may be predictable, but other people may not have expected to be divorced or lose their job. Predictable life changes One event that is often predicted is when our children start school/nursery. There will be positive learning from this experience as the child will then learn to socialise with other children and make new friendships with them. The child will learn to share toys and develop a better vocabulary by listening to others talking.
The potential effects of transitions on children and young people's development How transitions can affect children and young people's development Children and young people must deal with change in their life. As they develop and grow their bodies change, friendships and relationships change and they experience many new and different situations involving transitions including physical transitions e.g. moving to new house, emotional transitions e.g. gaining or loosing a family member or changing carers, physiological transitions e.g. puberty and intellectual transitions e.g.
.1 Explain how different types of transitions can affect children and young people’s development Transitions are the movements, passages or changes from one position, state, stage, subject or concept to another. These changes can be gradual or sudden, and last for differing periods of time. The transitions that children and young people face can be: • Emotional: affected by personal experiences, for example bereavement or the divorce or separation of parents • Physical: moving to a new home, class or school • Intellectual: moving from one type of organization to another, for example from nursery to school, primary school to secondary school, secondary school to college or college to university • Physiological: going through puberty or a long-term medical condition/disability • Move from nappies to using the toilet - is a potential confidence and self esteem demoraliser. The reassurance that nappies offer can be enormous for both child and parent. Some children move effortlessly through this transition with seemingly minimal support, for others it is more difficult recognising the signs of needing the toilet, for them it can make accidents and the events that could occur in response to an accident something to be dreaded and feared.
Behavioural problems 5. Learning difficulties 6. Disabilities 7. Offending Behaviour Some children and young people may need a period of time in care while a crisis at home is being ashamed and support is being put in place. Parents often need extra support to help them parent and children will need to be with foster carer while that is taking place.
• Change of school: Changing school is more likely to affect children’s feelings and emotional development. Children who are experiencing changing of school wonder if they will be able to make new friends or if they will be left by themselves or if the new teacher will be nice or not? During this period children may display sign of separation and anxiety. • A new baby: A new
Unit 1 Task 2 Child Development Tracker Task Q1 Dawn Hindson 18/03/2014 Page 1 Unit 1 Task 2 Dawn Hindson Q2: Factors influencing development In children When looking at the development if children there is an exceptional pattern of development. There are 2 main influences on development which are NATURE and NURTURE. However there are a few factors that need to be considered and what their impacts on development are. Which means the usual pattern of development is not followed. These factors are: Background Health Environment Parents Parents employment Parents attitude to learning Nationality Language Pre term baby Ill health Smoking parents Height/weight Diet Catchment area School/class
Unit 010 - Support Children and Young People's Positive Behavior 1.1 - Describe the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people's positive behavior In the setting relevant, the policies and procedures in promoting children and young peoples positive behavior is stated clearly on page 6 of the policies and procedures. The setting relevant has made it their aim to provide an environment for children to feel happy and stimulated, in order to prevent any child feeling unhappy or behaving inappropriately. In order to do this, part of their policy is to praise children for good behavior on a regular basis. Staff may see a child tidying up nicely as asked by them, in which case the staff member will praise the child for tidying up by thanking the child and saying "good tidying". The child will respond well to this and they are likely to repeat the action to gain the praise from a staff member.
Children’s belief may cause them emotional conflict when they want to participate in some physical activities which go against their family’s wishes or religious beliefs. Having a new step-family is a big change for some children, this may affect their emotional development, as they may feel as if there mother/father is replacing each other.Coming from a low income family may a significant effect on a child’s development. Children who came from deprived backgrounds are less likely to thrive and achieve well in a school. Family may not be able to afford to pay for extra activities such as swimming lessons or dance lessons, this could an affect child’s physical development.Having numerous siblings can have an impact on children development. Children may feel frustrated with lack of attention.
This attachment is helped in the early months by a number of thing's including. Skin contact* Smell* Talking and listening or carer's voice's * Feeding* Batheing* Play* Eye to eye contact Social and emotion behavoreral developmentThis area of development is about learning to live with others in both our family and society and how young people feel about them self's and relate to other's. They will need to learn how to have confidence and become independent of adult's as they grow older. Primary socailisation takes place with in the family, in the first year in a child's life. This
Name: Reniella Padilla Title & Number: TDA 2.1 CHILD AND YOUNG PERSON DEVELOPMENT 2.1 DESCRIBE WITH EXAMPLES THE KINDS OF INFLUENCES THAT AFFECT CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S DEVELOPMENT. BACKGROUND • Family Dynamics Family is a fundamental social group in society typically consisting of one or two parents and their children. Families are very important to children’s lives when they are growing up. Some children do not grow up with their families they grow up in a foster family or in the care where local authorities take care of them. But some of the children who live with their family can be closer or not closer to them this can affect their confidence and their education.