This is voluntary or a business run environment and creates activity and care for children aged 0-5 years. Child minders: A home run business, where they can hold up to 8 children, allowing 3 children to be under the age of 5, 2 to be above the age of 5. This can be any age from Birth to 12 years of age. Nannies: Are employed in your own home to either live in or live out with a rota, to provide childcare for your child/children of any age. Nursery centers and Nursery schools: These are groups that are attached to a Primary school.
Specialist Support for Teaching and Learning in schools level 3 Assignment 1 Q1a) Know the structure of education from early years to post-compulsory education. Summaries entitlement and provision for early year’s education. The entitlement and provision for early years education is part of the Every child matters agenda and the childcare act 2006. All 3 and 4 year olds in England are to receive 15 hours a week for 38 weeks of the year free part time early year’s education. Every child is entitled to receive up to two years of free education before reaching school funded by the government.
Assignment 1 Know the structure of education from early years to post compulsory Education. Question1a Summarise entitlement and provision for early years education. From the ages 3 to 17, children are entitled to free education, know as Early Years Education. This is done in certain ways from the ages 3 to 4 years old children in England are able to receive up to 15 hours per week for 38 weeks a year. This derrived from the Children's Act 2006 and Every Child Matters agenda.
A voluntary sector is provided by local authorities or central government departments, for example a playgroup. This setting normally takes place in a church hall. In this setting children benefit from socialising with other children and participating in early learning activities delivered by trained workers. Parents can develop relationships with other families and have the benefit of their experiences, learning new parenting skills and techniques. A playgroup is usual open between 9am-12pm they have qualified childcare workers, the age range is usually between 2 ½ - 4 years old The private sector is the third type of setting.
Of these, a maximum of three can be under fives, who are classed as 'young children' and a single childminder can only have one child under one year old. This ratio includes the childminder's own children if they are under age eight. • Sure Start Children’s Centres However, Early Years education can also be provided by: • Play groups and crèches which provide services to the under 5s. These can require the adult carer/parent to be in attendance and services are more limited. • Nannies also provide care within the employers own home and can provide educational play on request of the employer.
A different provision for children aged 5 years and under could be a crèche. This setting is owned privately and can offer care to children for just a session, or for a whole day. Some private provisions may only operate during term times, or they may choose to open all year round. The purpose of a crèche is to ensure and implement care, to babies and young children. D2 A statutory provision for children aged 5 to 7 years old is an infant school.
1a Entitlement is 15 hours per week for 38 weeks a year for 2 years. Extra hours are available but are chargeable to the parents. Provision is about supporting young children, focusing on learning through play. EYFS runs from ages 3 to 5 in the UK. Places to attend include per-schools and playgroups, usually run by voluntary groups such as churches.
The free early education and childcare can be at: * nursery schools * nurseries on school sites * nursery classes in schools and academies * children’s centres * day nurseries * some playgroups and pre-school * childminders Contact your local council for more information about free early education and childcare in your area.’’ According http://www.yor-ok.org.uk/families/Childcare/free-early-years-entitlement.htm : ’’ You can take the free EY entitlement at up to two providers. The basic offer is three hours over five days a week, or five hours over three days a week, but many providers will allow you to take the
In schools in England, children aged 3-5, reception classes and nurseries, all follow the foundation curriculum. The early years stage of this was revised in 2012 and created a standardised learning, development and care framework that gave provision for children from birth to end of reception, ensuring that all children have the opportunity to benefit from early years education. Q1b All children, between 5-16, in England are entitled to a free place at a state school of which there are four types in mainstream education. They all follow the national curriculum and are funded by
The education services for children are responsible for deciding on policies and funding to the local education authorities all children from 3-4 years old are entitled to free early education for 12.5 hour a week. All children go to maintained nursery schools or nursery classes before they start school depending on the age of the child. Task 2 2.1 Identify current policies, frameworks and influences on the early years. SCH 32 1.1 Describe the duties and responsibilities of own work role. The duties and responsibilities of own work role are the following: • To liaise with parents/carers • To supervise children inside and out.