This is where observations are essential. Practitioners can do observations of the children within their own homes. This way practitioners can get a general idea of the child’s interests, likes and dislikes, comfort items and the child’s routine. It is also a good opportunity to get an idea of the child’s developmental stage and therefore find out any areas of concerns for when they start nursery i.e. the child may have limited speech at age 2.
E6- All children can learn, but not all children learn in the same way, at the same time or at the same rate—learning is an individual process. Meeting children’s diverse learning needs means identifying needs, developing individual goals and objectives for a child, selecting or designing appropriate supports and services, and then choosing the best learning setting. As agencies outside the setting which may contribute to the assessment of learning needs such as health authorities , as hospitals will have details of settings of each child’s information so that if something happens to child they can be there in sort of seconds to get child to safety and getting them straight to the hospital another example is that a dentist may come into a setting to show children how to keep their teeth healthy like telling them brushing tips How much toothpaste? Although commercials show a big S-shaped bit of toothpaste on the entire brush, all kids need is a pea-sized dab or the length of their pinkie nail, How long? Dentists generally recommend brushing 3–4 minutes, but 2 minutes will do the trick.
Childminding is caring and watching children usually from 0-8 years of age. Childminders can be hired on part -time or full-time basics. Childminders are trained, insured and qualified in first aid. E2 Using childminding in a home environment can be more flexible than other forms of childcare which is a benefit for parents who have to work out of school hours and need someone to look after their child after or before school. Also for parents who have young children and cannot yet get them into a school or nursery due to their age, so need someone to care for their child while at work.
Most early year’s settings were in the private sector – childminders, nannies and a few private nurseries. These were regulated by the 1948 Nurseries and Childminders Act; this was followed by the Children Act 1989 and Care Standards Act 2000. Playgroups developed in the 1960’s these were set up by parents for their child/ren to learn through play. They were and still are often held in village and church halls within the community. Families will have different requirements for childcare: * Parents may work or study and need their children cared for in a safe learning environment for all or part of the day.
What to Bring * Many children are comforted by a familiar toy or blanket, and these can be brought with them to the hospital (unless otherwise instructed). Photos of family members and pets can also be comforting to children. * If possible, you are strongly encouraged to stay in the hospital with your child, especially if they are under six years old. Your presence will be comforting for both of you. If you plan on “rooming-in” with your child, you should bring your own clothing and toiletries, as the hospital typically provides these items only for patients.
Personalised IEP & Simple Instructions 3. The Use of Fidget Toys in the Classroom 4. What Physical Activity Can Do For You 1. School-to-Home Communication Information from the school setting is essential for the assessment and treatment of what is essentially a school-based disorder. Walraich, Bickman, Lambert, Simmons and Doffing (2005) found that “When direct information from the teacher is available, there are often discrepancies in the parent and teacher report’s of behaviour because they observe the child in very different settings”.
CU1536 – Professional practice in early year’s settings. 1.1 - There are many different types of childcare provision, these include: Mother and toddler groups- a place where the toddler can socialise with other children their age, whilst the mother or father can stay and learn more ways to look after and help with the child’s development. Pre-school- pre-school is a private nursery, one that is paid for by the parent, they do not do compulsory hours and the child doesn’t have a primary school place already. Some children can go to a school nursery in the morning and then go to a private nursery in the afternoon. Day care- a day care is for children from the age of 3 months to 5 years, they have different classes for children of different ages and the parents can drop of the child and pick them up when they wish.
Becoming aware of these laws would be ideal, but not knowing the key points of each law where someone may encounter an emergency should be protected if they act reasonably. Keywords: liable, protect Good Samaritan Laws May Vary In her article “How good a Samaritan should you be?” Penny S. Brooke (2003) describes legal ramifications and duties a nurse has when encountering an emergency situation outside of work. Many people refuse involvement during an emergency due to a possible lawsuit. They may be unaware that most states have Good Samaritan laws. These laws are designed to protect an individual from being held liable when volunteering their healthcare skills in an emergency.
1.2 Identify who relevant partners would be in own setting In own setting the relevant partners would be; other nurseries, parents and carers, information services, health visitors, children’s centres, speech and language therapists, social services, educational therapists and education and welfare officers, these all benefit the children differently but make sure that they’re getting a good start in life for example social services ensure that they are getting treated right at home and in nursery, social services will be called if there is suspected or confirmed abuse and the child will be take away from their parents and either put in a foster home or put up for adoption 1.3 Define the characteristics of effective partnership working There are many different characteristics of effective partnership working, one of these is making sure that confidentiality laws are followed correctly and information is only shared with the relevant people. Another characteristic is listening to each other and making sure messages are fully understood, effective communication is another characteristic this makes sure no important messages are missed such as absence’s and meeting dates. 1.4 Identify barriers to
[pic] Creche Worker Job Description Purpose of the Post To work with groups of young children whose parents / carers attend Children’s Centre Services and including training opportunities at various suitable early years environments across the children’s centre reach area of Strood South, Cuxton and Halling. To encourage and support parents to engage in activities with their children as appropriate. Accountable To Children’s Centre Children and Families Services Manager and Community Liaison Officer. Supervisory Responsibilities None Duties and Responsibilities - Specific | | |