1.2. Explain the principles of relationship building with children, young people and adults. Children and young people need to feel safe and valued in an educational environment. The government document Every Child Matters: Change for children 2004 is an important document to read which would benefit anyone working with children. To work and build on positive relationships with children there has to be a good understanding of putting the pupils needs first.
EYMP 2: Promote learning and development in the early years. Unit reference L/600/9782 Level 3 Credit value 5 GLH 40 Unit aim: To prepare the learner to work with children in supporting their learning and development within the relevant early years frameworks within the UK Home Nations. The unit assesses competence in planning to meet children’s needs and providing and supporting learning and development activities. 2. What are the documented outcomes for children that form part of the relevant early years framework and how are they assessed and recorded?
These are: To allow children to be healthy Allowing children to remain safe in their environments Helping children to enjoy life Assist children in their quest to succeed Help make a contribution – a positive contribution – to the lives of children Help achieve economic stability for our children’s futures The Children Act 2004 provides the legal underpinning to 'Every Child Matters: Change for Children' (2004). In response to the Children's Act 2004 there have been some structural changes. From April 2006, education and social care services for children in each local authority have been brought together under a director of children's services. In which today, we carry out these requirements in out setting. b) Childcare Act 2006.
TDA 3.2 Schools and Organisations Criteria 1.1 Summarise entitlement and provision for early years education. There are different types of childcare options available for 0-5 year olds, these include:Sure Start - Giving every child the best possible start in life is an initiative called Sure Start which is government led. They offer a broad range of services focusing on Family Health, Early Years Care and Education and Improved Well Being Programmes to children aged 4 and under. Sure Start makes contact with parents as soon as possible in the child's life and can offer support to families who have developmental concerns or other worries about their child. They can also give them support in making referrals for other services.
Anti-Bias Education is an approach to change inequality and stereotypes. This approach feels that if they can change the social structure, then people’s attitudes will also change. The anti-bias curriculum teaches children to make others feel welcome, stick up for their own beliefs and views, interact with others who are different, and build self-identity. (Derman-Sparks & Edwards, 2011) In the Anti-Bias Education approach takes children’s certain abilities, gift, or skills, and helps them embellish it. Every student has an equal opportunity to participate in a classroom and is given all resources and access to succeed.
Gives guidance and support to school staff and ensure high quality service and the best practice possible. Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and 2005 Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001 Race Relations (amendment) Act 2000 Children’s Act 1989 Children’s Act 2004 Government strategy for SEN 2004 Code of practice to promote race equality 2002 Every Child Matters 2005 School Policies, safe guarding G&T, SEN diversity, bullying. 1.2 Describe the importance of supporting the rights of all children and young people to participate and equality access. All children have the right to a varied and balanced education. This also must be supported by a high quality of teaching and learning experiences.
However, we can aim to offer each unique child equality of opportunity suited to their individual needs and requirements. We as staff need to understand the needs and requirements of each individual child. For each child to have equal opportunities, settings they learn and play in must ensure that they and their families are fully included in the setting, taking into account the diversity of the children and families who come to the setting. Inclusion is the process of making this happens. Working towards inclusion involves striving to remove barriers to children and their families.
Multicultural Theme Unit Tiffany Green ECE405 Instructor, Carlee 4/13/2011 In early childhood education it is so important to provide for individual differences adequate learning experiences for our young children especially when teaching a multicultural classroom. We must allow our children to group the concept that we are all different, we are all alike, and we are all capable of learning. Multicultural education means that early childhood education professionals include, accept, and respect each child as an individual. It means that we recognize what each child values and hold dear, and then build those things into the daily life of the early childhood program (York, 2006). The material that can be use for my preschooler, for multicultural education is music, number, nursery rhymes, online activities they all can be use for the preschool program.
With early intervention there are many services that parents can use relating to their child’s disabilities. Early intervention is for children from birth up until about kindergarten and it helps to prepare the family for the educational journey that they will face over the course of their life. There are not any weaknesses of early intervention. Early intervention is used to better the child and help build strengths where there are weaknesses. The strengths of early intervention are enhanced development, minimized developmental delays, and can decrease the need for special education in the future.
Explain how you support children/ young people to take part in decision making about their lives and how this promotes achievement of positive outcomes. Give an example for each of the following age groups:- • 0 - 5 years • 5 – 12 years • 12 – 19 years Throughout your explanation include the importance of doing so and give examples from your work setting Children need to actively participate in decisions that will affect their life. Children that are young need to make simple choices that enables them to find out their likes and dislikes, 0-5 years - it can be as simple as having a choice between an apple and a pear, or putting their coats on by their selves. This will enable them to express their needs and wishes. In our setting