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1.1. Explain how the range of early years settings reflects the scope and purpose of the sector.
Weegy: The early year’s sector in the U.K. [ is complex, unlike many European countries it was not developed by government policy with specific aims but came about in response to families’ requirements which were based on changing economical and social factors. In the second half of the twentieth century public expenditure on early year’s provision focused on families with social needs and difficulties. Local authority day nurseries catered mainly for children who were at risk from harm mainly in deprived areas. There was early years provision available in the private sector in the form of childminders, nannies and private nurseries. During the 1960s the playgroup movement developed, where parents set up and run provision for their own children to learn through play in village halls and other community facilities. This was originally the way my setting was formed. Families requirements for their children vary some parents want care for their children so that they can return to work, some parents want to stay with their children while they socialise, some parents want their children in setting which offer services aimed at learning, some parents want their children to be in a home based environment and some families cannot afford to pay fees for provision. This is why the early year’s sector has various forms of provision to meet the needs of families. Provision includes – Nurseries, childminders, pre-schools, crèches, children’s centres and parent and toddler groups. Over the past ten to fifteen years the early year’s sector has been at the forefront of government agenda and there have been huge changes in response to social and economic developments. ] (More)
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Weegy: User: Explain what is ment by participation in childcare Weegy: Participation for children and young people in care can range from having a say over their individual circumstances and being able to express one-off views about the quality of provision (for example, through complaints and comments procedures), [ through to young people collectively campaigning for changes in local authority policy. ] (More)
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explain how active participation of children in decisions affecting their lives promotes the achievement of positive outcomes
Weegy: Outcomes for children and young people in their learning and in their lives often improve when they are actively involved in decision making. [ [ The increasing recognition of rights of children and young people to be heard, to have their views taken seriously and involved in decisions is expressed in national and international developments in legislation and policy.Increasing the involvement of children presents opportunities and poses challenges for teachers and other educators about how far this can be taken with young children or children with particular needs. The opportunities are clear. Primary children are aware of their interests and views. They are motivated by making choices in their learning which engage them and are relevant to their experiences or prior learning. They enjoy selecting topics to study in depth as personal or group projects. They value the opportunity to provide feedback to teachers on the difficulty of learning tasks and on how well they are understanding and progressing. Such feedback should enable teachers to tailor learning more closely to learners? needs. Children welcome the growing sense of responsibility and citizenship which comes with having a say or making a decision on aspects of life in the classroom or school. ] (More)
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Explain the importance of reviewing own practice as part of being effective practitioner as a childminder
Weegy: You should always review your own practice to make sure that you are doing it correctly. (More)
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