• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

In my discussion I am going to describe about statutory provision for a children under 5 years in a nursery class of a state school. Explain how to prepare to work in a placement with children. B1. Explain why first impression you make in the setting are

Extracts from this document...

Introduction

D1 Describe the purpose of one setting that is statutory provision for each age range. In my discussion I am going to describe about statutory provision for a children under 5 years in a nursery class of a state school. School may work closely with a Link Inspector, Educational Psychologist and Educational Social Worker make regular visits to support pupils and staff. They focus on child development and preparation for a successful transition to primary school education. They have different activities like to motivate and stimulate the children's learning abilities by using play activities; interacting with and supporting children, providing them with a secure environment to learn; organizing learning materials and resources, and making imaginative use of resources; assisting with the development of children's personal/social and language abilities; encouraging children's mathematical and creative development through stories, songs, games, drawing and imaginative play,etc. Another example for children aged between 5 & 7 years. They are in key stage 1 (Year 1 and 2). They require knowledge, skills and understanding for each subject. The statutory subjects that all pupils must study are art and design, design and technology, English, geography, history, information axnd communication technology, mathematics, music, physical education and science. Religious education must also be provided. ...read more.

Middle

The role of a Health Visitor involves visiting people in their homes, for people who are new parents and children under five and working with the community. Activities vary according to the nature of the individual role, but may include: listening to, advising and supporting people from all backgrounds and age groups; advising and informing new parents on issues; delivering child health programmes; running parenting groups; working in partnership with families to develop and agree tailored health plans; managing and attending parent and baby clinics/sessions at surgeries, community and children's centre's, to see if neighbours and other groups in the community; to work with local communities and help them identify their own health needs, and encouraging members of deprived communities to participate in their own health care planning; to run group with a specific health aspect, and supporting their own help or special needs. D5. Explain how to prepare to work in a placement with children. B1. Explain why first impression you make in the setting are important. We Need to find about the placement like where is it located, what bus goes there, how much time it takes to reach there. It is good idea to phone in advance and find what time to arrive, whom to meet, who is the supervisor what to wear. ...read more.

Conclusion

the curriculum can be greatly enriched, when children's activities and thoughts help to slope it. D7 Show an understanding of diversity and inclusive practice. I believe that it is important to plan to meet the needs of both boys and girls, children with special educational needs, children who are more able, children with disabilities, children with complex health needs, children from all social, family, cultural and religious backgrounds, looked-after children, children of all ethnic groups including traveller communities, refugees and asylum seekers. In order to meet children's diverse needs, and help all children make the best possible progress, as a practitioners provide a safe and supportive learning environment, free from harassment, in which the contribution of all children and families is valued and where racial, religious, disability and gender stereotypes and all expressions of discrimination or prejudice are challenged. Work with parents to identify learning needs and respond quickly to any are of particular difficulty. Plan opportunities that build on and extend all children's knowledge, experiences, interests and skills and develop their self-esteem and confidence in their ability to learn; use a wide range of teaching strategies, based on children's learning needs. Plan for each child's individual care and learning requirements, audit how accessible these thing is for children who use wheelchairs or walking frames or who are learning English as an additional language and take action to include a wide range of children. ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our GCSE Health and Social Care section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Here's what a teacher thought of this essay

3 star(s)

This report has many strengths and weaknesses. It can improve upon clarification of points by including research to support opinions and expand upon text as some information is briefly recorded. Strengths are that it has a great deal of important and relevant information within it. It meets the requirements of the aims - however brief. ***

Marked by teacher Michelle Turrell 26/06/2013

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related GCSE Health and Social Care essays

  1. Marked by a teacher

    Positive and Negative Influences on Individuals at Different Life Stages.

    4 star(s)

    Parenthood can negatively affect an adult because their social life will have to change and if they want to go out they will have to find some one to care for the child and it can be expensive.

  2. Marked by a teacher

    Care Values Bases in Care Settings

    3 star(s)

    It's very important that care practitioners are vigilant and look out for signs of abuse in their clients. Physical abuse is much easier to spot than other abuse because of the risk of bruises or other unexplained injuries. Other forms of abuse are much less easier to stop and notice or prove.

  1. Marked by a teacher

    Individual Needs in Health & Social Care

    3 star(s)

    However alcohol still has a unique and often positive position, reputation and status in our society. This can make it difficult to recognize when drinking is no longer healthy but has developed into more of a problem. Before alcoholism or alcohol dependency there will be a period of misuse, when the person concerned is beginning to drink above normal levels.

  2. Balanced Diet according to life stages

    * Fish containing high levels of mercury, shark, swordfish, mackerel, all are high in mercury which can cause brain damage to the baby which leads to developmental delays such as learning to walk or talk. Everything mentioned applies to a breastfeeding mother, though they need about 3,000 more calories per

  1. describe the pies development through the life stages

    I think it was around year 9 when I started going through puberty. I was kind of chubby. Girls are usually taller and heavier than boys are during early adolescence. Most girls are completely grown by age sixteen. It also marks the development of liberty and an ability to think

  2. Developing effective communication in health and social care settings. Examples of one-to-one and group ...

    I was also being very talkative as when the service users would stop I would just talk to them during each stage of their painting and ask them how they are doing whether or not they are finding the task difficult, I was also making it fun and enjoyable for

  1. Justify responses where child maltreatment or abuse is suspected or confirmed, referring to current ...

    policy has lately combined with a new legislation called the Children Act (2004). After the horrific case of Victoria Climbie more information can be found on (BBC NEWS: 2003 online) the Children?s Act (2004) was formed. This policy relates to the individuals following procedures of the setting as it created the multi-agency teams.

  2. Overall four health models have been justified and evaluated in whether they are able ...

    Another concept of this model is perceived seriousness. According to Stretch and Armstrong (2011:265) state that ?perceived seriousness is a form of behaviour where a person beliefs about how a disease or condition would affect them?. This concept shows that some people within a group may think in a whole different way compared to the first concept of perceived susceptibility.

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work