Eymp 1

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Assessment task – EYMP1 Context and principles for early years provision Task 1 links to learning outcome 1, assessment criteria 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 and 3.4. Scenario: A childcare setting is preparing for their annual self evaluation activity to ensure that it complies with the requirements of the Early Years Framework. You have been asked to prepare the following evidence for your manager: * an explanation of the legal status and principles of the relevant Early Years Framework and why the early years frameworks emphasise a personal and individual approach to learning and development The legal status and principles of the relevant Early Years Framework It is important as an early years practitioner to understand the purposes…show more content…
All seven areas need to be fulfilled through well planned, purposeful play that is balanced between child-initiated and adult-led activities. The seven areas of learning and development are divided into two sections: Prime Areas and Specific Areas. The Prime Areas are: * Personal, Social and Emotional Development * Physical Development * Communication and Language The Specific Areas are: * Literacy * Mathematics * Understanding the World * Expressive Arts and Design. * an explanation of how different approaches to work with children in early years have affected current provision in the UK. How different approaches to work with children in early years have affected current provision in the UK There have always been people that have been prepared to stand up and fight for what children and young people need. They are the pioneers that help all that work with children and young people to move forward. Probably the greatest influence in the UK in the nineteenth century is Friedrich Froebel. Other pioneers include Susan Issacs, Margaret McMillan, Maria Montessori and Rudolf Steiner. They all believed in integrated early years provision which has a long and respected heritage. Friedrich Froebel (1782-1852) – Through observations of children, Froebel learned how important it was for children to have real experiences that involved
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