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3.1 Explain how to promote children s health and well-being in an early years work setting
Weegy: Developing a healthy setting Young children learn by copying the role models which adults provide. [ [ In reviewing how to promote healthy living within their settings, managers will need to consider how best to help adults ? staff and parents ? understand health messages and then put them into practice effectively. Some of the key issues to be addressed will include: Healthy eating Ensuring staff know what healthy eating means in practice by including it the setting?s policies, in induction training and ongoing staff professional development. Persuading staff to promote key aspects of healthy eating through their own healthy eating practices. This could include eating alongside the children at snack and meal times, making sure children have access to drinking water at all times and encouraging regular ?drink breaks? throughout the day. Planning activities for children that encourage healthy food choices and the role food plays in growth and development. Emphasising the need for hygiene when handling food. Helping parents/carers to understand the importance of healthy eating through offering training, support and advice. Exercise Drawing up a policy for the setting on exercise and physical activity. Helping children to understand the importance of physical activity and the contribution it makes to keeping them healthy. Offering training and information for staff and parents on the importance of physical activity and what constitutes health-related exercise. Ensuring staff promote health-related exercise through the activities they plan for the children and through their active involvement in these activities. For more: ] ] (More)
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Explain the impact of current policies frameworks and influences on the early years sector.
Weegy: In 1989 world leaders decided that children needed a special convention just for under 18s because they often need special care. [ [ The four core principles are non-discrimination, devotion to the best interests of the child, the right to life, survival and development and to respect the views of a child. They also protect children?s rights by setting the standards in health care, education and legal, civil and social services. All children have a right to adequate food, shelter, clean water, education, health care, leisure and recreation. This act protects all children up to the age of 18 regardless of race, religion, gender, culture, weather they are rich or poor, have a disability, what they do and don?t say and what language they speak, no child should be treated unfairly. The best interests of the child must always come first when making decisions that can affect them. The EYFS works at setting the standards for learning ensuring that children make progress and no child gets left behind. The government has a responsibility to take measures to make sure children?s rights are protected, respected and fulfilled. The education act introduced free childcare provisions for under fives and since September 1st 2010 this rose from 12 and a half hours a week to 15 hours a week. The free entitlement provides access to education and care and the hours can be flexible over the week, all childcare provisions must use the EYFS and help young children achieve the five Every Child Matters outcomes. Councils are adopting a single term entry into reception class and in my setting this start in September 2011 where we will only have one intake of children so some of the children will have recently turned 4 years old. In my setting reception class and nursery work closely together covering the same themes each term. This means that all reception classes will need to do more learning through play because of the young age of the child. ] (More)
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The impact of current policies, frameworks and influences on the Early Years sector is that it is bringing everyone together as a whole. The Welfare and Rights of the children are now taken more seriously. Children are now able to play, engage in and express themselves freely and are being heard. With all groups linked together, working with the same child will mean that the child will learn more effectively. Information is encouraged to be shared with the children and families. Whatever their backgrounds, all children and families are now given the access to affordable quality childcare.
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3.1. Explain what is meant by: diversity inclusion participation.
Weegy: Diversity: Diversity refers to the many different types of people, their races, their nationalities, their ages, their handicaps, their education (or lack of it), their jobs, their languages, political sides, their attitudes, [ etc. [ Inclusion: The action or state of including or of being included within a group or structure: "the inclusion of handicapped students". Participation:The act of taking part or sharing in something: Teachers often encourage class participation. ] ] (More)
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