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Analyse the potential effect that transitions and significant events have on children

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Analyse the potential effect that transitions and significant events have on children

Shows understanding of transitions and significant events giving 3 examples of each

Shows understanding of transitions and significant events giving 3 examples of each and identifies strategies that could be used to support children in the setting

Shows understanding of transitions and significant events giving 3 examples of each and identifies strategies that could be used to support children in the setting, identify ways of how your setting helps children build secure attachments and manage transitions

Explain how to prepare and support children through trans

Basic information understanding shown on the key worker system, settling in process etc

Clear outline of the systems, processes and procedures that are in place and they must follow in relation to all age groups they work with in the setting

Clear outline of the systems, processes and procedures that are in place and they follow in relation to all age groups they work with in the setting with the use of 1 example from each age group including the following – 0-2years, 2-3 years, 3-5 years, 5-8 years

Explain the effect on children having stable relationships during periods of transitions

Identify why children have stable relationships during transitions

Identify why children have stable relationships during transitions and explains the effects of having these

Identify why children have stable relationships during transitions and explains the effects of having these and provides examples

Explain theories of attachment

Identifies theories of attachments

Identifies 3 theories of attachments and provides basic information on each theory

Identifies 3 theories of attachments and provides explanation on each theory and how it is used to support practice in settings

Explain why positive attachments is important for children

Identifies what a positive attachment is, with a one sentence explanation

Identifies what a positive attachment is and why is it important clear understanding

Identify what a positive attachment is and why is it important and provides examples

Analyse the impact on children of not forming positive attachments

Learner provides a brief explanation on the impact this can have by not forming positive attachments

Using examples Learner provides an explanation on the impact of not forming positive attachments 

Analyse strategies for promoting positive attachments

Identifies 1 strategy to promote positive attachments and discusses the negative and positive points 

Identifies 2 strategies to promote positive attachments and learner discusses the negative & positive points of these strategies

Identifies 3 strategies to promote positive attachments and learner discusses the negative & positive points of these strategies


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