Describe the role of the early years practitioner in relation to current frameworks. The current framework has 3 sections the learning and development requirement, assessment and the safeguarding and welfare requirements. In each section practitioner has different roles. Section 1: The learning and development requirements
The early learning goals summarise the knowledge, skills and understanding of the children. Practitioner has to assess the each child’s achievements and discuss the progress of the child with the parents or carers.
Practitioner must understand every child’s needs, interests and stage of development and have to plan challenging and enjoyable experience that covers the three prime area of communication and language, physical development and personal, social and emotional development.
If the child’s progress in three prime areas gives concern, practitioner must discuss with the parents or carers and give opinion to support the child.
Practitioner must consider whether a child may need special education or disabilities which requires specialist support and give information to the parents or cares about services or agencies that gives relevant support.
Practitioner must assess the skills in English, those children whose home language is not English. If a child does not have a strong grasp of English language, practitioner must explore the child’s skills in the home language with parents or carers, to establish whether there is cause for concern about language delay.
Play isessential for children’s development, building their confidence as they learn toexplore, to think about problems, and relate to others. Practitioner must respond to each child’s arising needs and interests. Give guidance for their development through warm and positive interaction.
Section 2: Assessment
Assessmenthelps to parents or carers and practitioner to identify the children’s progress, understand their needs and to plan activities. Practitioner...
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