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Describe three different types of setting which provide care and education for children in your area. This must include one example from the list: statutory sector, voluntary sector and private sector.

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E1 Describe three different types of setting which provide care and education for children in your area. This must include one example from the list: statutory sector, voluntary sector and private sector. There are many different types of settings which provide care and education for children in my area. The statutory sector involves all the organisations that are set up, controlled and funded by the government or local authority for example: St. Anthony's Primary School. This type of sector is funded by people who pay tax or national insurance. Another type of setting which provides care and education for children in my area is sure start centre. This is a voluntary sector and they are run by organizations.. ...read more.

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It will also allow me some time to set up activities or organize any think that I need to before actually starting my day to work with the children. Having good communication is effective is a professional skill when working with children and parents in the setting. It will help me to build a relationship with children and parents. It will then help me to understand and get to know the child and parents better. E7 Describe how study skills can support your learning during your training. Recognizing my own study skills is a way that can help support my learning during my training. This will help me to complete my training successfully because it will enhance my ability to obtain and to use the knowledge. ...read more.

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One characteristic that helps and allows them to work with children and their families is cooperation because it makes everyone in the setting feel needed and engaged by working together. Consistency is also a characteristic because all team member and services must work in one and the same way at an activity/task of care with the children and working with their families. Another characteristic can be encouragement because this ill help and support them to work together. Every person involved in the multi-agency team should feel belonged and this is a characteristic as it will make sharing information and problems easier. The last and most important characteristic is balance. This would allow everyone to balance their work with one another and see what every person is capable off and may need more help on. ?? ?? ?? ?? Name: Nina Krysa Unit number: 1 Page 1 of 4 ...read more.

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A good essay that covers all the points in the title. The final paragraph could do with a little more explanation about agencies working together.

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