Care values in a nursery

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  • Created on: 13-02-17 09:22
Name 3 ways care values are shown in a nursery
Confidentiality, working with parents, maintaining a clean environment
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Name 3 ways of how care values can be shown in a nursery
Not smacking children, having health and safety procedures, encouraing positive expectations
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What should staff do to not smack the children?
They should punish them in other, more sensitive ways.
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What affect does this have on the child?
It ensures their safety is maintained and that they are not abused.
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What should staff do to encourage positive expectations?
Set up reward systems and make sure they know how well they can do.
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What affect does this have on the child?
It gives them equal opportunity and allows them to more confident in themselves.
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What should staff do to keep relevant information about the children?
Set up secure and confidential systems that store information.
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What affect does this have on the child?
It allows them to be properly looked after based on their individual needs.
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WHat should staff do to have health and safety procedures in place?
They should have practiced fire drills.
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What affect would this have on the child?
It would keep them safe from dangers.
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Name 3 ways the children are kept safe.
They are protected from abuse, the areas that they are in are disinfected, fire alarms are regularly checked.
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How should staff protect children from abuse?
Staff training to train them on how to punish children sensibly.
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How would this affect the child?
It would make sure their rights to safety and life are respected
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How would the staff ensure health and safety procedures were in place?
They would have regular fire drills.
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What affect would this have on the children?
It would make sure the children knew how to react in the event of their fire so their safety is maintained.
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What should staff do to disinfect appropriate areas?
Make sure all surfaces are cleaned regularly.
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What affect would this have on the children?
It would make sure their health is respected and valued.
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What should staff do to promote hand washing?
Have lessons teaching the children on how to wash their hands.
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What affect would this have on the children?
It would make sure they knew how to protect their health.
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Name 3 benefits of working in partnership with parents?
You can inform the parents of incidents, inform them of the child's progress and give them work to take home.
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Name 3 ways you can encourage children's learning.
Have a range of reading books, have time for drawing, have a range of toys.
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What is the affect of having a range of books on the children?
It encourages them to read.
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What is the affect of practicing counting on the child?
It encourages them to get involved in maths.
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What is the affect of using action rhymes on the children?
It makes learning more enjoyable and so it encourages them to learn
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Name 3 ways a nursery offers choice.
In the fruit they eat, the books they read and the games they play.
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