Childcare And Education Level 3 Unit 1 Essay

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E1: There are many parts to the role of the practitioner when they are meeting children’s learning needs some of these are working with families, providing a positive environment, and the children wellbeing. Working with families”, you should always make sure that you are approachable and friendly towards all parents so that they are happy about leaving their child with you” (Tassoni, 1999, pg. 315). This helps to meet children’s learning needs as the child’s primary career has a better understanding of the child and may be able to support the child when they are at home. I have seen this at placement where they run parent consolation’s twice a term, and if the teacher needs to see the primary career, they arrange meeting. By providing a positive environment the practitioner is making the children feel at ease or more comfortable then if they were to be sitting at a desk, with no work or colour in the room. By making the…show more content…
Whereas the EYFS breakdown includes “The prime areas of learning: communication and language, physical development, personal, social and emotional development. The specific areas of learning: literacy, mathematics, understanding the world, expressive arts and design. Characteristics of effective learning: playing and exploring, active learning, creating and thinking critically.” (Early Years Foundation Stage Profile, pg.4, 2014). The EYFS is used from birth to five, and the national curriculum is used for children aged 5-16. The EYFS is used in many places these places include reception and nursery classes in schools, day nurseries playgroups and child-minders. The national curriculum is broken into four key stages which are shown in the table

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