1.1 Explain why working in partnership with others is important for children and young people
Focus on the children 's strengths as well as areas of additional need. Recognise the personal and
As a early years practitioner you have a responsibility to keep every child safe. You will have to take care of others and yourself. A practitioner will need to know the policies and procedures in the setting they are working in and if there is an accident or incident that has happened, you will have to report it to your manager. There are settings that offer you a uniform which is a sweatshirt and trouser but there are settings that do not have a uniform and in that case you should choose your clothing
As many would guess education is likely the main thing that someone who hires an early childhood professional looks at. This along with someones work background are very important parts to hiring an early childhood professional. Although these are very important, there are many other very important things that are looked for when hiring an early childhood professional.
The first principle states to, “Involve Infants and Toddlers in Things That Concern Them.” The caregiver’s primary goal should be to keep the child involved in what is happening to the child’s body. When you involve a child in certain activities this will increase the child’s attention span, body awareness, and cooperation. For example, try involving your child in bath time. Instead of giving the child a toy to play with let the child know what you are doing. Doing this will give the child an education in human relations, setting the foundation for her to build for her life.
Observation is the tool that practitioners use to obtain the necessary information that helps them to plan effectively for each child. Observations are considered to be an important part while working with the children. There are number of reasons why recorded observations are required.
This piece of work will be focusing on a child aged 18 months starting a nursery day care setting. The two key issues that will be looked at in this assignment will be planning, preparing and reviewing for the child to settling into the setting. Secondly I will be looking into the child’s emotional support that the child may need when starting the setting, along with the attachments of the child that will need to be built or have already been put in place.
Being a pre-service training educator, specific goals and objectives should be set to achieve educator’s own educational philosophy. The Educational philosophy is an individual statement of educators’ guiding principles about the education-related
As a setting it is our responsibility to note down all events seen, including the date, time and where it took place. It is also important to monitor this, seeing if the child comes to the nursery like this often, or on particular days. It is our duty to safeguard the child and if we feel that they are being 'neglected' we have the right to report it. However, we could support the mother by having an informal meeting, talking about any issues that she may be having. We can also support the children by creating a safe and welcoming environment, allowing them to feel comfortable to be able to talk to staff if they have any problems. The younger child, however can be supported by ensuring she has clean clothes when she comes into the setting, so that she is not comfortable. We could support all children and mum by monitoring the children's behaviour, learning and development more regularly, making it more efficient to act upon if something begins to slip, such as their development in health and self care. Within this case, it would be crucial to support self care skills by making activities to improve the children's knowledge on, for example the morning routine (getting dressed and brushing teeth for example).
There will be times during the day where a child might have non-routine physical needs. This could include:
What roles does the nurse play in ensuring the implementation of quality and safety initiatives?
Infants and toddlers are a very fun age to observe. Toddlers are probably more fun to observe because the can actually play. I have always enjoyed spending time with infants. I completed my observation at the church my family attends on Sunday, September 27. The church is Victory Baptist located in West Portsmouth. I observed an infant from ten to eleven and then the toddlers from eleven to twelve. Unfortunately there was only one infant in the nursery that day. The nursery at out church is one room divided in half with a half wall in between. One side is for toddlers and the other side is for infants. The toddler side of the room as toys and a child size table. There is also access to the bathroom. The infant side has a few toys, rocking chairs, cribs and a changing table. I had never been in this nursery before doing my observation. We just recently started attending this church, and my children are past the nursery age. The way the nursery is designed is convenient if there is only a few children one person could watch both
In this essay I will be considering how innovations in theory, policy and research have influenced the development of coordination, partnership and integration in childhood practice in my childcare setting in Scotland.
Sigmund Freud is Psychology’s most famous psychoanalysis. His work and theories have helped shape our views of personality, levels of consciousness and unconsciousness mind, the structure of personality and the development of personality. There are three aspects to Freud’s theory of personality structure and fives stages through the psychosexual development.
equipment may last the nursery just as long as more expensive equipment and resources would.