Cypop 5 Task 2 Safeguarding Policy

Safeguarding Children Policy My responsibility as a childminder is to ensure the safety and welfare of all the children in my care in line with the procedures laid out by my local Safeguarding Children??™s Board. (The Safeguarding Children Board is responsible for producing Safeguarding Children Procedures based on national guidelines set out in Working Together … [Read more…]

Cypop 5 Task 2 Behaviour

Behaviour Management Policy All children and adults are treated with equal concern and are made to feel welcome in my setting. I aim to offer a quality childcare service for parents and children. I recognise the need to set out reasonable and appropriate limits to help manage behaviour of children in my care. By providing … [Read more…]

Cypop 5 Task 1

Current Legislation for Home Based Childcare There is legislation in place to make sure children are not abused or exploited. The following gives a brief overview of the current legislation. Equality Act 2010This act was designed to compress previous laws into one that was less complicated and to remove any issues between the old laws. … [Read more…]

Cypop 5 – Assessment Task 1

The Children Act (1989 & 2004) This is a piece of legislation that explains that the needs of the child are paramount, and when launched, the legislation acknowledged for the first time in the UK that children had rights. It works in conjunction with parents to protect children and provide them with equal rights. This … [Read more…]

Cypop 5 1.1

Legislation and Children??™s rights As a child care provider I must comply and adhere to many different legislations. Below are just a few of the main legislations I feel are most important whilst careing for children in the home based setting. A full copy of all the legislations I must adhere to can be obtained … [Read more…]

Cypop 4

Task 1 Why physical activity is important to the short and long term health and well being in children Short term Physical activity can help children build their social skills with others children and adults and it can also have a positive impact on the their mental health and improve their levels of sleep. Long … [Read more…]


UNIT REFERENCE: F/601/3327 1. EXPLAIN WHY EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IS IMPORTANT IN DEVELOPING POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP WITH CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULTS. Effective communication is fundamental in building positive relationships with children, young people and adult alike. Demonstrating and modelling effective communication skills in dealing with others contributes to positive relationships. Adults need to consider how to … [Read more…]

Cyp3.7 2.3

How We Ensure Positive Outcomes for Children and Young People are achieved at Glebe House Disabled children, young people and their families deserve the best services. At Glebe House we want to do all we can to help met their needs. We work alongside families, to support them, to help them access services and to … [Read more…]


1.4 In my setting we have an a pointed health and safety officer which means her job is to do checks of the nursery to make sure things like doors, out door equipment, children bathrooms are checked regularly and in working order, all staff are trained in health and safety so we get taught how … [Read more…]


CYP core 3.1??¦2.1 Explain how children and young people??™s development is influenced by a range of personal factors. Personal Factors * During pregnancy-: If the mother smokes ,takes drugs, becomes ill or suffers from stress or anxiety this can result in premature birth and health problems for the baby such as -: low birth weight, … [Read more…]