Final Paper

Submitted By drewvuitton22
Words: 304
Pages: 2

C. Williams

The role and responsibilities of an early year’s practitioner follow a number of codes of practice and state how you conduct yourself. When working with children a number of codes of practices exist. Such as Special needs, safeguarding children, Children's learning, Behavior, Working with parents, Data protection etc.
The early year’s practitioner has clear responsibilities, like
• Work to the principals of the sector and codes of confidentiality
• Meet learning needs of a child
• Provide an environment that is warm, welcoming and stimulating
• Work with parents and partners
• Work as part of a team that provides a quality service for both children and parents
The early year’s practitioner has to:
Put needs of children first - because this will help keeping children out of harm, keep them safe and encourage them to meet the standards for their abilities. Respect others choices -If you do not this could cause friction between staff members and can reflect on the setting and onto the children. Respect confidentially - It is important to respect confidentiality as it can help a child stay out of trouble, keep them safe and help them

Plan, record and review - This is important as it can help you improve. It can help you notice your strengths and weaknesses. This also helps when doing activities where you can see what event went well and what did not, how you could do things differently and may allow you to handle a situation differently
It is important…