1. Identify the main types of state and independent schools There are four main types of mainstream state schools, these are funded by the local authorities and also known as maintained schools. They will have to follow National Curriculum. These are as follow: COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Community schools are run and owned by the local authority which also support the schools to develop links with the local community by providing support services. They usually determine the admissions policy.
Some nursery schools are state funded although some can be privately run. * Community schools are run and funded by the Local Authority. The Local Authority owns the land and buildings and determines the entrance requirements which decides which children are eligible for a place. These schools are inspected by Ofsted which is the Government’s Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. Community schools include; * Primary Schools cater for children aged between 4 and 11 years old.
O'Roark provides more detail, saying that to few children can hurt the economy of the family, while to many can drain it . Clearly he recognizes children's economic advantage. This economic contribution of children was also very valued in the Classical period . Shaw points out the other valuable role of the child was to care for the parents in old age. This is the idea that children would be the ones who helped aging parents, and eventually buried them .
‘’The positive relationships are: warn and loving, and foster a sense of belonging… supportive of the child’s own efforts and independence’’ ( EYFS , pg 2). Third theme is an Enabling Environments; this means children learn and develop in good environments. Children’s experience responds to their need. Fourth theme is Learning and Development; this means that all children learn different. Frameworks include the education and care of all children in early year’s settings with special needs or
It also can make it easier than in the past for a student who switches schools, because now schools broadly have to follow a similar curriculum. The national curriculum was introduced to enable assessment, which also helped to compile league tables. League tables (1988 education act) are another change that has helped the education system. League tables are used to compare the academic achievements of different institutions and parents can use them to decide which school they want their child(ren) to go to. Using league tables is a good thing as if you want your child to go to a good school, you can chose the one most suitable with good education and exam results.
E1 There are three different types of settings that provide care and education to children. These services can be either a statutory, voluntary or private setting. A statutory sector is a learning environment that is provided and funded by the government. They provide compulsory education to children between the ages of 4-11 and there is currently legislation in place that states, that by law, these services have to be available. (1:p1) An example of a statutory setting in my area is ***** which provides education for 4-7 year olds.
• Equality of opportunity and anti-discriminatory practice are actively promoted. • Children and young people’s health and well-being are actively promoted. • Children and young people’s educational needs are given high priority to ensure that they reach their full potential. • Children and young people’s personal and physical safety is safeguarded, whilst allowing for risk and challenge, as appropriate to the capabilities of the child or young person. • Self-esteem and resilience are recognised as essential to every child or young person’s development.
1.3 analyse a strategic national or local policy that has a positive impact on outcomes and life chances and young people. Howdon Children's Centre aims to achieve better outcomes for children through, early education integrated with Childcare and creche, family support, outreach, and child & family health services and adult training and employment support. The Centre is scrutinised by an Advisory Board made up of local parents and partner agencies. The Early Life Support team with an emphasis on delivering prevention services, provide a wide range of services to children aged 0-5 and their families. Parenting courses available include: Freedom Programme, Triple P, Speak Easy, Babyology, Mellow Parenting and Parenting Workshops.
Another alternative is to further your education. Furthering your education puts you in a higher percentile of people in the job market. A child interested in education should be fostered and encouraged to seek and obtain goals. The school system is very important in this process, the higher quality teachers that are in schools supporting their students can play a very important role in stopping the poverty
Unit CYPCore3.5 - Develop positive relationships with children, young people and others involved in their care 1.1 Explain why positive relationships with children and young people are important and how these are built and maintained Positive relationships with children and young people are important because it is good way of them developing in their earlier years. They are mostly built in the earlier years as most places have key workers, so each member of staff has key children. They can be also built up by finding the Childs interests, how they like being greeted, knowing their sense of humour and taking time to play, talk with the child. Communication in my setting is so important as it is essential that we have