After collecting the data, it will be coded into qualitative data, to increase reliability. Materials will be set up in advance in a school classroom. So a healthy breakfast will be allocated to each participating child (bearing in mind personal food preferences and allergies). The children will also be given name badges. The observers will be given their checklist and the name of the child they will be observing, the observers will only be allowed to observe the child, during playtime and not during class time (this is so they do not develop an opinion of the child beforehand).
Once everyone was ready, we served dessert, which worked as above in terms of self-service, extra helpings and cleaning away. Once a child had finished, they were permitted to play in the room, under instruction not to disturb those still eating. Throughout they were taught the importance of hygiene, starting by washing their hands before the meal and continuing by teaching them not to play with food or eat anything they dropped on the floor. Teaching good hygiene at nursery is important because it influences the how children approach personal hygiene, which will stay with them for life. Teaching the principles of good hygiene is the best way to avoid the spread of infection and other complaints, both in childhood and later in life.
Yvonne Thompson January 13, 2012 HEA 150-001 Prof. Brophy Homework Assignments Chapters 17, 18, 24 Chapter 17 1. There are several ways that poison can enter the body through injection. Inhaled, digested, and absorbed. 2. To prevent poisoning in both adult and children use safety locks on all cabinets, store food and chemical products in separate areas, keep medications out of sight, teach children about poisonous substances, and discard all old or outdated medications.
CYP 3.4 AC 1.1 Explain how you would adapt the setting to suit pupils or visitors with the following needs: 1 Pregnancy Risks need to be reassessed and reviewed regularly as the pregnancy progresses and the work setting to be adapted as necessary and feasible, ie. ensure there is adequate space to ensure mobility and that everything is within easy reach to avoid unnecessary stretching and lifting of heady loads. Ensure good housekeeping of classroom/school areas to avoid trip hazards. To minimise discomfort/stress/fatigue ensure there is adequate lighting, controlled noise levels, adequate ventilation, minimise exposure to high/low temperatures. Minimise exposure to nauseating smells, such as cooking or chemical odours (glue/solvents).
Key issues on working in schools E1 Legislations that support the teaching assistant in promoting safe working practice in schools are Health and Safety 1974 CRB (criminal records bureau) 2002 Riddor (reporting of injuries, diseases and dangerous occurring diseases) 1995 COSHH (control of substances hazardous to health) 1999 Health & Safety at work 1974 ECM (every child matters) 2003 E2 Policies and procedures that the teaching assistant might use in relation to safety are First aid policy, this is used when a child has injured themselves (only qualified first aiders are able to administer first aid). Behaviour policy, in this will be the rules of the school along with the sanctions or consequences that would have to be followed if the rules were broken by any child, for example if two children were fighting in the playground, I would put them both on time out and then talk to each of them to find out what was the reason for fighting, then come to a resolve and make them understand fighting is against the rules. The behaviour policy needs to be adhered to, to be able to follow the safeguarding policy. Risk assessment policy is there to identify any risks within the classroom or outdoor area of the school environment, for example checklists can be done, make sure fire exits are clear and easily accessible, no hanging wires, chairs are stacked with no more than 4 in each stack. E3 When children are playing indoors or outdoors you need to supervise to make sure they are safe from any dangers.
TDA 2.13 Provide displays in schools *describe the schools policy for displays *describe the importance and purposes of displays in the school *describe how displays are used in the learning process *describe the requirements and procedures for carrying out a risk assessment for displays. At my school we have a team of clerical LSA this team along with the teachers are responsible for the up keep of the display boards along the corridors. The classroom display boards are the responsibility of the class teacher and the ta/lsa. All of the boards are required to have a plain back ground and boarder as this enhances the pupils work. The use of drawing pins is not allowed as pupils can remove these for other purposes.
Or if she is sensitive to sounds for instance then she should be warned, for example before a fire practice. Case Study-2(pg-17) A child trips over a chair in the classroom and cuts himself on an open drawer. 1. What actions should be taken immediately? First of all cam and assure the child that he will be fine.
Ensuring the setting is always clean to stop the spread of infection. That food is stored properly to stop cross-contamination and that the kitchen is clean to stop the spread of germs. The childcare provider must set out clear expectations and boundaries for children behaviour and to use ways of discouraging behaviour that might harm or distress others within the setting. Being aware and observing children and assessing their development, so that if they do not meet their development that appropriate action can be made to informed parents. Finally if you suspect harm or abuse that you are aware of the procedures to follow if you suspect a child is being
Unit 5B TDA 2.9 1.1 Three different policies that promote children and young people’s positive behaviour are; Anti-bullying, rewards and sanctions and the behaviour policy. At my setting the aim of the anti-bullying policy is to ensure that pupils learn in a supportive, caring and safe environment without fear of being bullied. Bullying is anti-social and affects everyone; it is unacceptable and will not be tolerated. Also to take positive action to prevent bullying from occurring throughout the school and to produce a consistent school response to any bullying incidents that may occur. The procedure that is put in place for anti-bullying is: For the school of my placement takes action immediately if bullying happens, which then we help bullies realize the consequences of their actions and to teach them different and better ways of behaving in the future and we also support victims of bullying by providing them with ways on how to deal with any types of bullying if it was to happen again.
And at the end of the lesson, they will be able to understand the technique and process of pottery craft workmanship using circumference technique. The teacher started the lesson by showing to the whole pupils in classroom a few samples and model of potteries and asked them if they ever see that samples in their homes. For better induction set, the teacher should have been made the pupils more curious about what they are going to learn and not only by just showing them that samples directly. The induction session was very simple and minimal which is cannot create some eagerness among the pupils to actively involved in introduction activities. Teacher should set out the learning objective clearly because for the level 1 pupils especially Year Two pupils, without a clearly and precise induction set, the objective of the lesson will not be fully achieved.