Unit 002 - Health, Well-Being, Learning and Development

31 Jul

These digital and print-based resources provide an important foundation for learners to gain an understanding of stages of child development and factors that can impact on the health, well-being, learning and development of children.

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Understand factors that impact upon the health, well-being, play, learning and development of children.

The different stages of child development (0-19 years)

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Environmental factors that affect health, well-being and personal, physical, social and emotional development of children

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Physical factors that may affect the health, well-being and personal, physical, social and emotional development of children

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The social and emotional factors affecting the health, well-being and development of children

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Adverse childhood experiences and how these can impact children’s health, well-being, learning and development

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Why 'attachment' is an important element of development and the ability of children to form relationships.

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The importance of resilience, self-identity, self-esteem, sense of security and belonging for the well-being and development of children

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What children need to learn, develop, play and stay healthy – physically, mentally and emotionally

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Agencies and workers that may be involved in supporting the health, well-being, learning and development of children.

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The links between intellectual, physical and emotional growth and how to support these

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How curriculum areas support the holistic development of children

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The importance of engagement in meaningful and enjoyable activities to well-being

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Using everyday routines, developmentally appropriate activities and first-hand experiences to support children’s health, well-being, learning and development

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The importance of creative development for children's health, well-being, learning and development

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What is meant by learning experiences and how development is supported by learning experience

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The importance of promoting families'/carers' self-confidence in the parenting role and their ability to relate positively with their child

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How the structure of families and arrangements for the care of a child can impact on their view of the world and well-being

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The importance of early intervention and partnership working for the health, well-being, learning and development of children

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The role of relationships and support networks in supporting the well-being of children

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Developing positive relationships with children and families/carers based on trust, respect and compassion

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The types of changes in a child that would give cause for concern

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Observing, monitoring and recording the development of children

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Development and assessment frameworks in observing, monitoring and recording the development of children

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Know the value of arranging and using environments to support the health, well-being, play, learning and development of children.

Regulatory requirements for environments in early years settings

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Features of a positive environment which takes account of children's needs, interests and preferences.

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How the environment can support the holistic development of children while also meeting the requirements of the frameworks and curriculum areas.

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How the environment can support the inclusion of all children in the setting including those with additional needs

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Balancing periods of physical activity with rest and quiet time for the health, well-being and development of children

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The importance of consistent routines for children's well-being and development

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Understand the role of play in supporting the health, well-being, learning and development of children.

What is meant by the term Playwork Principles

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The importance of play and how to support holistic development

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The role play has in a child’s understanding of themselves, those around them and the wider environment

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The different types of play and their benefits

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How the environment and choice of equipment and materials are used to support play

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How children may use play to express emotions, fears, anxieties or copy behaviour they have observed

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How to involve children in the creation of different types of play that is stimulating, challenging, restful or relaxing

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Why risk is important in play and how to encourage, and support acceptable levels of risk

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Health, Well-being, Learning and Development Balancing risk-taking with the developmental benefits to children’s health, well-being, learning and development

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Know how to support speech, language and communication development.

Knowing how to support speech, language and communication development

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Know how to support the health, well-being, learning and development of children with additional support needs.

The legal frameworks that apply to the provision of services for children with additional needs

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The types of additional support needs that children may have

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More able and talented children and how these children may require additional support

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How to find out about the additional support needs of children

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The principles of inclusion for children with additional support needs

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How to adapt activities to enable all children to take part

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Know how to support children with their physical care.

How to support children with their physical care routine

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Understand the roles and responsibilities related to the administration of medication in early years and childcare settings.

Understanding the roles and responsibilities related to the administration of medication in early years and childcare settings

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These resources are intended as a starting point for your teaching and learning and are in no way indicative of what will be covered in an exam. These should be blended with other content to provide students with a fully rounded learning experience.

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