Essay on Cache Level 3 Unit 4

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Unit 4 assignment

E1: Health and safety at work act 1974: This legislation provides necessary information, training and supervision to enable safety of environment. For childcare settings it ensures policies and procedures are in place and reports are made if anything unsafe occurs in the setting.
Childcare act 2006: Within this act is the every child matters program (ECM) which focuses on children’s safety, health, economic well-being, that they enjoy and achieve and make a positive contribution to society. The aims are to improve the well being of young children and provide better parental information services.
The food safety act 1990: This act entails that all staff whom handle food need to be supervised if not trained in food
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| 9.00-11.30 | Children carry out the morning focus activities and have access to a choice of Activities.
Snack available at 10:00am.
Outdoor play. | 11.30-12.00 | Circle time activities. | 12.00-1.00 | Lunch time. | 1.00-2.00 | Toileting and outdoor play. | 2.00-3.30 | Children carry out the afternoons focus activities and have access to a choice of activities such as role play/ construction etc. | 3.30-4.30 | Tea time. | 4.30-5.00 | Circle time activity | 5.00-6.30 | Toileting
Opportunities for free play.
Home time. |

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E6-A national initiative which influence provisions of challenging environments for children is Maria Montessori prepared, integrated, holistic environment which allows children to select activities by low open shelving. The environment is oriented to the child’s world and carefully designed by a Montessori trained teacher. Maria Montessori believed that no human being can teach another it is all done by one self through natural curiosity and love of knowledge. This method of education is used for children from birth to 18years. Montessori education has an emphasis on independence, freedom within limits and respect for a child’s natural psychological development. Class rooms are mixed ages which encourages social interaction therefore children learn to respect themselves, others and their

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