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Default explain how to promote childrens health and well being in an early years work setting

Can anyone help to get me started on this EYMP 3 3.1 please.

I know and understand its about physical play sleep warmth fresh air diet hygiene and love and sttention etc.

But I am really struggling to get it down on paper not sure how to word it
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I am stuck on this too. Can anyone help me plzzz?
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Perhaps explain how staff working in early years settings are in a strong position to be significant and positive role models for children and parents and they should be aware of their responsibilities in the promotion of health and wellbeing

Discuss how staff can provide relevant information for parents on
matters relating to safe environments and prevention of unintentional injury.

Ask yourself...
How does your current practice ensure that you remain up to date in relation
to key health improvement messages?
How can you further develop partnership working in your setting to promote
healthy lifestyles?

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Hi thank you for the help.

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Hi again I feel im lost. I am stuck on EYMP3 4.3 explain how to prepare aand store food, formular and breast milk safety according. I have the part with formula and breast milk but im stuck on the how to store food, in my setting we dont have food expect for fruit and milk, the children bring their own packed lunch. Could some please help me with this one:-(
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Hi again I feel im lost. I am stuck on EYMP3 4.3 explain how to prepare aand store food, formular and breast milk safety according. I have the part with formula and breast milk but im stuck on the how to store food, in my setting we dont have food expect for fruit and milk, the children bring their own packed lunch. Could some please help me with this one:-(
How do you store the children's packed lunches?
What are your guidelines when it comes to any food prep?
Your setting will have policies on this.
Hand washing etc.
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