Early Years Provision EYMP4 1.1 Early Years Provision EYMP4 1.1 Nurseries Nurseries provide full day care and education for children as young as six weeks old to five years old. Most nurseries open to parents and children around 7am to 6pm. They are run by local community organisations (often with financial assistance from the local authority) or by charities such as Barnardo’s and Save the Children. Nurseries are ideal if: -You feel happiest leaving your child with a team of professional staff trained in Childcare, -You want a stimulating environment for your child with the opportunity to build social skills with similar aged children, -You need your care to be 100% reliable -You want community of care (your child could stay at
Childminder A child minder is similar to a nursery in that they can offer long hours for working families. Childminders can be more flexible to help parents with shift work enabling the child to stay overnight or start early in the morning. They tend to care for the child within their own homes and will normally be the only adult. Their home will be inspected by Ofsted to ensure suitability. They also need to follow the EYFS for those under 5 and will record and plan activities each child’s development.
OBSERVATION REPORT: In my recent observations I have made at “Small World” I have found a new love for administration, children, and childcare in general. Small World offers a variety of services with an exceptional staff! There were many occasions where I observed multiple teachers using a various range of teaching ethics- all of course were handled in the appropriate manner. My observations of the following will be discussed through the caregivers, health & safety, environment/activities, and guidance/discipline along with the facility operations of Small World Pre School here at 809 Gentry Drive Hot Springs, Arkansas. First I would like to say how accessible and convenient Small World makes to its parents and students.
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.
Objectives to complete this goal: (1) Social worker will research and compile a list of daycare options available to Stacy; (2) Stacy will choose a daycare provider by 5/2/2011; (3) Stacy will complete all necessary enrollment paperwork or procedures for daycare by 5/9/2011; (4) Stacy will bring her two children to daycare and her oldest son to Head Start daily; (5) Stacy will approach her social worker with any questions or concerns she may have regarding the paperwork or enrollment process, or if additional assistance is needed. Micro goal: Stacy will continue her education. Objectives to meet this goal: (1) Social worker will research and compile a list of GED programs in the area; (2) Stacy will contact the GED facility of her choice by 5/16/2011 to schedule a date to take the GEP entrance exam in order to determine her readiness to begin GED classes; (3) Stacy will enroll in the GED Program by 5/19/2011; (4) Stacy will attend at least 85% of her GED classes from the beginning until the end of the program; (5) Stacy will attain her GED diploma following completion of the
In short values in a school are directions the head, the teachers, school governors and the majority of the parents wish to see their children achieve and strive towards. 3.2 Describe and give examples of how a school may demonstrate and uphold their aims. A school can demonstrate and uphold their aims by: * After school activities-Netball, tag rugby, chair, cheer-leading and music lessons. * Encourage visitors from the community- police, ambulance and fire. * Encourage support from parents- hearing children read.
After being indulged in this project with Gloria, it really helped me to get to know her more. Gloria was very caring, intelligent, and also ambitious. In her spare time, she participated in community service activities; she believed that it was very important to give back to the community. She would go to homeless shelters and help serve food during the holidays. In addition, every Saturday she attended a community college to tutor kids with special needs.
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.
For example, I would host a family day where the students can bring their parent s to school for the day. I would also spend time with my students outside of class like attending recreational, sporting, and birthday parties to bond with them on a more personal level. 2. I will support and encourage my students and teach them how to love and care for one another. In my classroom, I would promote a loving environment
Then I began my journey into learning. Math, science, and language always took place in the morning periods, which I think was good idea since the brain functions better at the beginning of the day. Each class was forty-five minutes long interrupted by a ten minutes activity because as a little kid after twenty minutes of lecture the brain needs a break. I also had a ten minutes break to prepare for the next class. Around eleven, we usually took twenty-five minutes lunch break and if you are lucky enough and you live very close to the school you can go home and get your lunch.