Was this information useful?: Allocated staff must carry out daily risk assessments to minimise the risk of any accidents or injuries and to ensure safety of children in the setting. These are also available as downloadable factsheets and have been translated into a number of different languages Communication is Vital: Aim to prepare children for school.
All toys should display the safety logos. This document, found within the Communication, Language and Literacy section of the EYFS provides guidance for setting the standards for learning, development and care for children from 0—5 years.
Aim to encourage school attendancepunctuality and healthy eating habits. The findings were used to develop the EYFS framework which is implemented in the early years setting. This is a downloadable poster by I CAN which looks at the stages of language development.
Help children to cope with feelings of anxieties. The following Legislations and policies must be implemented in the work setting to ensure the safety and well-being of all the children in early years settings.
Who is first aider in your work setting? Useful information across this learning outcome can also be found at this link www.
Importance of anti-discriminatory anti-bias practice Promoting equality of opportunity by: This website offers a lot of information and resources to support communication friendly spaces Adapting the environment: Staff should be qualified and have knowledge of the responsibilities and comply with all legislations, guidelines and policies in the setting.
This is a useful additional activity to support this learning outcome Poster with ages and stages of development: Health and safety - All staff are responsible for the health and safety of themselves and others in the setting. Every setting must have a qualified first aider and a designated safeguard officer.
This link provides general information on language development as well as SLC Learning Outcome 2 www. Documentation Safe guarding policy, health and safety policy and equality and diversity policy must be in place and kept on sight.
Ensures that quality of care is consistent across the eary years sector Raises standards for childcare and improve outcomes for children Equality legislation Childcare service must be available to everyone in society including - children with disability or health problems - children from different cultural and religious background - children from low income families - children from working families Gives guidance to support early years providers to - Implement policies on diversity, inclusion and equality - stop discrimination, harrassment or bullying - meet specific needs of children from different background - breakdown barriers to participation Evidence-Based practice Applying findings from research studies: Staff are responsible for removing and reducing any dangers.
The table below outlines the welfare requirements documented by EYFS EYFS welfare requirement Actions Safeguarding All staff members must have understanding of the safeguarding policies and know how to follow the procedures to keep children safe and well.
Provide a safe environment where children play, explore and learn.This will impact on a child or young person’s intellectual development as they will be more alert and ready to learn, physical activity is also likely to encourage social and emotional development as schools will provide sports clubs and after school activities, giving children and young people the opportunity to socialise and progress in self-esteem.
EYMP 3 Promote children’s welfare and well being in the early years ) Explain the welfare requirements & guidance of the EYFS. The statutory welfare requirements were set up to help guide childcare staff in what is expected of them as part of their role.
Eymp 3 Children and Young Peoples Workforce Diploma Level 3. Topics: Milk Develop Positive Relationship with Children, Young People and Others Involved in Their Care Unit 5 Unit Code: CYP Core 1.
Be able to develop positive relationships with children and young people. CYP CORE Develop positive relationships with children, young people and others involved in their care CYP CORE Understand how to support positive outcomes for children and young people EYMP 1: Context and principles for early years provision.
EYMP 5. Welcome to The Communication Trust’s supporting website for the delivery of the Early Years Mandatory Pathway Unit 5 (EYMP5):“Support children’s speech, language and communication” of the new the Level 3 Children and Young People’s Workforce Diploma.
Oct 24, · EYMP 1: Context and Principles for Early Years Provision - CYPW Level 3 For more help with the Children and Young People's Workforce visit our website http:/.Download