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Important skills needed by Early Years Practioners. It is very important to maintain appropriate relationship with other professionals by being polite and listening to what they have to say.

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UPGRADE FOR UNIT 1 D1/D2. It is very important to maintain appropriate relationship with other professionals by being polite and listening to what they have to say. In my placement I have to communicate with the teacher and other Early Years Practitioners throughout the day, when I talk to a adult I give them my full attention and listen to their views and respect what they have to say. It is vitally important to maintain good relationship with other professionals so that I can learn new ways to help children and also learn new skills to help me for the future. Working in a multi-agency team is that you get to work with different professionals who all come together to help the child in concern. In my placement we have a little boy who has problems with saying `f`` when saying fire he will say sire, his key worker and his mother has picked up on this problem so with the agreement of his mother the key worker has referred him to a speech and language therapist, this is where the multi- ...read more.

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These qualities will ensure children feel valued and included. He/she must enjoy the work they are doing. Children will want to spend time in the company of a Practitioner with these qualities. When looking back at my placement I find that children's views are listened to, the main areas the Practitioners work on is providing the best for the children where they views are heard and each child is valued as an individual. Practitioners have good communication relationship with the children where children then feel comfortable to talk to them. I have seen when Practitioners communicate well with children it boosts their self esteem and self worth. It makes them feel that they are listened to and they take interest in what they do, this will give them confidence. B. Maintaining Confidentiality At placement we had a meeting the reason for this meeting was to get to know the special needs children's. The special needs workers provided information about each child with additional needs. ...read more.

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When there is talk about child centred approach I always look back on placement and see if they apply this approach well to be honest I don't think they do. I feel that children don't really set they own activity up its already there for them all planned. All what the children have to do is get on with it and play. I have to admit that if the children like what the adult has set up for them then it will be extended. But otherwise I don't see much of a child centred approach in placement where I am. My own opinions are that children should choice what they want to play with, basically children should set up they own activities that interests them; by allowing them to do this it will help them in many ways. These days Practitioners are more worried that children need to achieve everything in the EYFS, why worry over that let the children grow and blossom the way they want to, let them enjoy and live they childhood. That's how I feel! SHAKILA HANIF 1 ...read more.

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