There are two rocking chairs so teachers can feed and rock babies comfortably. There are four cribs about a foot away from each other providing the infants with comfortable bedding. The infants have opportunities to climb, crawl, roll, and scoot safely on structures specifically for them. The infant classroom provides a safe, comfortable, clean environment in which children can spend productive, enjoyable days with their friends and teachers. The infant KP is twelve months old.
(Bovey, Stain 2003). Mr. Collet did this in his classroom by letting children help develop the homework policy, with all the different learning abilities in his classroom. In the classroom that I will be teaching in, high school resource room juniors and seniors, the policy will work well. Especially at this age children need to let their parents know what they are doing at school. When they take the homework policy home, the parents have a good idea what would be expected of them concerning their homework.
Unit 027 Outcome 1. 1.1 Before admitting children to an area of the nursery a member of staff fills out a risk assessment form. This form asks the following questions: Is the room clean and tidy All fire exits are clear and accessable. Unlock emergency exits. Are the toys clean and are there any broken toys.
| 10.00 – 10.15 | Tidy up time | A tidy up song is played and children have to tidy up any mess they have made. | 10.15 – 10.45 | Toilet time/snack time | Children are taken to the toilet in groups of 4 to wash their hands. Children then help staff to make the snack of their choice. | 10.45 – 11.00 | Story time | Children are split into their groups and get to choose a book for practitioner to read. | 11.00 – 11.45 | Play time | A selection of actitivies are set out such as 1-1 arts and grafts, physical play and move to music | 11.45 – 12.00 | Tidy up time | A tidy up song is played and children are required to tidy up.
Robin, and the ages of children in this room are between six to sixteen months. They were in the classroom The areas that I score were 32 in which include this subscales: the space and furnishings, personal care routines, listening and talking, activities, interaction, program structure. I am very impress with the center. I notice that the teacher and the stuff in general have an excellent parents communication. They really involve parent in their children activities and also they talk about children routines and how they can improve that time with the children.
For example in my placement there are different services available for children such as speech therapists, one to one help and special needs teachers. Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 This Act makes sure that all employers meet certain rules to ensure that everyone is safe in their place of work. It also means that all employees in a children's setting has responsibility for health and safety of anyone who is there. For example, in my placement all the staff make sure that their hands are washed and that the children wash their hands before eating food to avoid spreading any kind of illnesses. The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations, 1995 (RIDDOR) This Act requires the reporting of work related accidents, diseases and dangerous occurrences.
I hope this letter eases some of the anxiety students feel before school. Classroom preparation is also a major part of before school activities as I try to create a room that provides a sense of warmth for every child. On the first day of school, I greet students by name at the door with a smile. I have found this initial greeting eases many students anxiety. Once all the students arrive, we spend several days getting to know each other.
I did my observation at Horace Mann Elementary school 2nd grade classroom. When I entered the classroom, I felt very welcomed, Mrs.Bradley had all the students welcome me. It was a very colorful classroom covered with the children’s art work. The children seemed to feel very comfortable around each other; they all appeared to be communicating well. The goals of the children in the class room are to actively participate and understand the information taught.
Children at this age can be forgetful. By having the supply table in the front of his room he makes sure that they all still have what they need to learn for the day. He uses his space well. He also uses the desks and makes a seating chart. He changes this seating chart periodically.
When entering a classroom, a knowledgeable student always goes directly to her seat and promptly takes out the previous night’s lessons so that they might review it once more before the start of class. A knowledgeable student knows things such as the multiplication tables all the way up to twenty, and how to diagram every sentence that they hear. A wise person dresses in a fashion that suits them, so that they are comfortable, not worrying what everyone else around them thinks. Upon entering a room, a wise person casually greets their friends, engages in a little conversation and then continues on with their business, knowing that it is important to let people know that you always enjoy talking with them. A wise person knows things such as the importance of dates and times and why things should happen.