Action Points from last visit • Review lunch time routines. Lunch time routines have been reviewed and the children are being given more opportunities to develop independence skills. • Declutter the bathrooms On my visit the bathrooms were tidy and clear of clutter • Air Conditioning Fans have been bought for the very hot days. • Continue with personal plans All children have a personal plan and staff are becoming more confident using these due to support from management. Comments/Discussions: Monitoring Charmaine and Joyce were looking at how to take the monitoring forward in a way that will have the most impact on practice, the environment and children outcomes. We discussed that monitoring needs to be consistent and regularly reviewed and the impact of the monitoring documented in a clear succinct way. I showed Charmaine and Joyce a …show more content…
The room was calm and the children all seemed happy and content with their new key workers. Charmaine and Joyce will be closing monitoring and supporting the staff to ensure this transition period is a smooth as possible for parents and children. 2-3 The environment has much improved offering children a wide variety of learning experiences that are allowing the children to explore paint water and sand and cosy areas for relaxation that also have a wide variety of books for the children to look at and mark making resources. Staff are continuing to develop their planning to ensure it is responsive and relevant. 3-5 The children were at lunch and they have been given more opportunities to develop their independence skills. Lunch time was a social event and the children and staff were chatting and enjoying their food. The learning environment was tidy and the areas were set up for the children to return to after lunch and planning was evident and relevant to the children’s needs and stages of development. Action and Timescale (if
O: I want to manage my needs and my family needs in positive ways. A: MHS will review with the member the monthly budget to prepare for the upcoming month. MHS will also reinforce the importance of the member prioritizing her needs and the needs of her family. MHS will discuss what steps the member has taken to prepare for the arrival of her unborn child.
On 3/17/17 at 1005 hrs, I was dispatched to the PD lobby in reference to harassing phone calls. Upon my arrival, I made contact with the complainant Victoria Wert and her boyfriend, Bradley Palmer. Wert advised Palmer’s ex-girlfriend, Alexus Smith has been texting her since 9/27/16 to 3/17/17, during this time Wert advised she did not text her Smith once, and her text messages are rude and unwanted. Wert advised she did not receive any concerning messages until 3/17/17 at 0930 hrs.
Considering that breakfast is one of most important meals of the day, this can affect a pupil mentally and they won’t. A way the school can help overcome this issue is by holding fundraising events to raise money for pupils that cannot afford school uniform, trips etc. Schools could also begin to provide free school meals for children of low income families so that their child can still have lunch at school without the added expensive cost. This means that they will be able to learn as normal and pay attention without being hungry and distracted during classes. To tackle the problem of a lack of breakfast due to costs, the school can hold breakfast clubs just before school starts in the morning, so that pupils can attend and have breakfast at
1.1 Explain why working in partnership with others is important for children and young people - it important that you work alongside others when working with young people because it is good for them to see that people do work together and to see relationships because built as well as positive outcomes coming out from working in partnership with people. It is also good because it shows them general life skills of working with and alongside other to come up with a solution. 1.2 Identify who relevant partners would be in own work setting - relevant partners would include, parents or carers of the child so that the practitioner and parent can work together to figure out what is going to suit the child best, management to see what actions and targets could be put into place and how the setting can be developed to help the childs specific needs aswell as how it could help the setting as a whole.
Eve may have problems learning to speak. This is because some children with Down’s syndrome find it hard to learn some of the aspects of speech, language and communication. Some children could experience severe speech and language problems whereas some children may find it less of a challenge. Some children will have more difficulty with developing their grammar; others will find it hardest to develop clear speech so a speech therapist can help them to learn how to communicate more effectively. They work directly with clients and provide them and their carers with support.
Wayne and Kelly have engaged well during the contact times and have missed no contact sessions. Wayne and Kelly usually arrive for contact well before the scheduled time. They also ensure they feed children during contact hours. Additionally, they interact well with the children and use praise while talking to the children. Although the parents use praise when talking to the children, I feel there is a lack of explanation on why they are being praised.
In an Early Years Setting it’s the practitioner's role to maintain health, safety and care for the children in the environment. All settings should provide fruit and milk to benefit their health in their early start to life; this will benefit the child eating the right nutrients to help them progress in their development. Not only this but it’s essential to have healthy, enjoyable menus throughout the day and to safeguard them against obesity, diabetes and so forth. Through my placement, it seemed important that the parents were aware what they should put in their child’s lunch box and how beneficial it was to a child’s mood, cravings and abilities throughout the day.
• CG 4.1 How do you ensure that families are kept aware of what 's happening in their child 's daily/weekly life in your program? I make sure that families are kept aware of their child’s life on a daily and weekly basis by providing them with the information from their child’s day on a daily report. I also make sure that I communicate with them both positive and negative things are their child’s day. I want to keep a healthy relationship between myself and the child’s parents and to do so I need to communicate with them about their child’s day.
Lord Laming produced a report called Every Child Matters which should ensure that each child should have their basic needs met i.e. food, water, warmth, be loved, feel safe respected and able to reach their full potential. The report has 5 outcomes: â€¢ being healthy: enjoying good physical and mental health and living a healthy lifestyle â€¢ staying safe: being protected from harm and neglect â€¢ enjoying and achieving: getting the most out of life and developing the skills for adulthood â€¢ making a positive contribution: being involved with the community and society and not engaging in anti-social or offending behaviour â€¢ Economic well-being: not being prevented by economic disadvantage from achieving their full potential in life. The needs and views of the child must not go un-noticed by putting the needs of the adult first. The wishes and feelings of the child should be a priority.
With Reference to the CYP IAPT Core Principles, critically discuss Evidence Based Practice and Routine Outcome Monitoring and the challenges of implementing these within the modality of parenting and within the wider context of practise within the children centres Introduction Studies published by Green, Meltzer, McGinnity, Goodman and Ford in 2004 estimated that 9.6% or nearly 850,000 children and young people aged between 5 -16 had a mental health disorder and it was estimated that a staggering 76% of those CYP with anxiety and depression disorders were not accessing mental health services compared to 35% of adults. As a result of such studies, The children and young people’s improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme (CYP IAPT) was conceived and aimed to transform the delivery of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CHAMS) across England. CYP IAPT has four core principles, Evidence Based Practice (EBP), Routine Outcome Monitoring (ROM), Participation, and Reflective Practice. This essay will focus on the two principles of EBP and ROM and will consider the challenges of implementing these within the modality of parenting and within the wider context of practise within the children centres.
Have you ever wondered if you could ever change the school lunches in the Public schools? Well you’re not the only one, many other people thought about changing the way you eat at lunch and started to change it. Some trials have failed but some have succeeded at the trail for their public school. But some administrators what it to come to all schools, for the fact that they are losing money because kids stopped eating lunches at school.
I end this paper with a concise conclusion. Observation 1 • Summary Daniel is in the dining area of the childcare Centre where breakfast is being served by the teachers. There are three teachers with children ranging from 20 months to 6 years. There are 20 children at the dining area. • Evaluation
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. To plan for individual children’s needs-