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Old 07-19-2011, 08:33 PM
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Default eymp 1 Explain how the environment meets the needs of individual children

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Hi
any help just two questions left need to hand in tomorrow morning.

first question do i write about the area i have set up or the whole environment?
2.3. Explain how the environment meets the needs of individual children.

do i link it with these questions
2.1. Prepare an area/s within the work setting, explaining how the area supports and extends children’s learning and development.

2.2. Monitor how children use the prepared area/s and evaluate how effective it has been in:
• extending children’s learning and development.
• encouraging high expectations of their achievement.

second question is;
3.4. Explain how effective multi agency working operates within early years provision and benefits children and carers.

i have wrote this so far
Each setting should also work closely with parents and multi agencies. Every setting should be aware of the support and services that other agencies provide, practitioners will support parents/carers to access these services. Practitioners should gain parental permission before these services are accessed, unless a child is in significant harm or if there is serious concerns about a child’s welfare. We should respect confidentiality as parents give this information because they trust us, if we break confidentiality this can jeopardise any future dealings for parents with other agencies.

I need a break can't concentrate any more

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Old 07-19-2011, 08:49 PM
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I did 2.1 and 2.2 as a pd

2.3
When preparing environments for children, it is important to consider their age and stage of development. We also need to ensure that the experiences and play opportunities offered cover the areas of development outlined in the EYFS. We also need to consider whether the environment meets the needs of individual children. Children develop at different rates. Some children need more challenging activities while others may need a different type of activity or different resources. Observing individual children to see how the engage with the environment will help us to plan appropriately.

3.4
As well as working together with parents and carers practitioners need to recognise that this should be taking place with multi- agencies working together too. Setting should be pointing parents in the directions of other agencies which could be of benefit to them.
Multi agency working is different services, agencies, professionals and practitioners who work together to provide services for children and parents. These services are sometimes integrated together to offer a more effective care for young children. Children in the early years may have a wide range of needs and working together with other professionals can have a positive impact on the child’s health, development and learning. Professionals that work together with children and their families can share lots of information. They can agree which ways they may assess and plan for a particular child. Both children and the parents can be involved in any planning this will help the child to reach his full potential. It is also important that confidentiality is maintained at all times. By sharing information and all professionals concerned working together the outcome for the child can only be positive.

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Old 07-19-2011, 08:54 PM
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Hi Yeah
i was going to do the first two questions via a p discussion but wanted to get it signed off and tutor is only popping in tomorrow, but wasn't sure whether 2.3 had to reflect on 2.1 AND 2.2. so the answer was no just general answer.

Thank you will be able to finish this unit tonight and hand in tomorrow0.

Thankyou once again

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