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1 Explain culturally sensitive ways of working with parents to help them provide appropriate support for their children’s early learning
what parents do rather than who they are – has a significant influence on child outcomes, particularly when children are young. [ For example, evidence suggests that what parents do with their children at home is a powerful predictor of attainment at ages three, five and seven. 2 Parents make a large contribution to children’s cognitive development if they regularly read with their child and
play number and alphabet games. Research also suggests that at primary level, differences in parental involvement in learning have a greater impact on attainment than differences associated with schools. 3 Mothers and fathers both have important, positive contributions to make. Fathers’ affection, support and parenting style are strongly related to positive outcomes for children. A genuine commitment to work co-operatively with parents should be a feature of any high-quality setting and should impact on every aspect of practice. As practitioners, we build up expertise in how young children learn and how each child operates within our setting. But it is the parent who knows their child best, and unless there is a sharing of information between practitioners and parents, a child's learning needs will be neither fully understood nor, ultimately, met. Sharing information about the child Opportunities for talking to parents about their child's learning may happen informally, and spontaneous exchanges can generate useful information. ]
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Weegy: All parents or carers face times of challenge. Parenting is more difficult in some circumstances - for example, for those who are homeless or living in poverty, or for those who did not experience good parenting themselves. [ Efforts need to be made to engage with those families who do not regularly use services. In addition to meeting the general needs of parents from disadvantaged backgrounds, it is important to consider the more specialised forms of support required by families in specific circumstances, such as support for parents with mental health difficulties or disabilities, or with substance misuse problems. Good collaborative arrangements are required between services for adults, where the adult is a parent, and children's services, in particular, where children may be especially vulnerable. Read more at ] (More)
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