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Grading information

 

The table below shows what you will need to do in the 6 assessment tasks in order to achieve a grade D to A* for Unit 2.

 

Grading

Task

D1

Describe the expected pattern of children’s development from 0-5 years in the following areas:

  • Physical development
  • Language development
  • Intellectual development
  • Social and emotional development

Task 1

D2

Identify suitable methods for observing children’s holistic development

 

Task 2

D3

Give ONE (1) advantage and ONE (1) disadvantage of each of the identified methods

Task 2

D4

Describe factors which can affect children’s holistic development

 

Task 3

D5

Describe TWO (2) everyday activities which support the care needs of children and promote their independence, well-being, health and safety

Task 4

D6

Describe how the activities and experiences support the well-being of children

 

Task 4

D7

Identify different transitions which children may experience

 

Task 5

D8

Include at least one reference and a bibliography

 

Task 6

C1

Identify the possible effects of transitions on the development of children

 

Task 5

B1

Describe ways the early years worker can support children through transitions

 

Task 5

B2

Explain how observations can be used to support the development of children

 

Task 2

A1

Explain why it is important for early years workers to understand the pattern of children’s holistic development from birth to 5 years

Task 2

A*

Evaluate how everyday experiences can be used to promote activities which contribute to holistic development

Task 4

 

 

 

Grading information

 

The table below shows what you will need to do in the 5 assessment tasks in order to achieve a grade D to A* for Unit 1.

 

Grading

Task

D1

Describe the features of settings available for children aged 0-5 years

 

Task 1

D2

Identify settings within local provision from across the sectors

 

Task 1

D3

Describe key issues to consider when preparing for a placement with children

 

Task 2

D4

Identify responsibilities of an early years worker by recognising when they should refer to others

Task 2

D5

Identify ways to respond to the individual needs of children that treat children fairly and in line with current practice for diversity and inclusion

Task 3

D6

Reflect on the importance of knowing your own learning style

 

Task 4

D7

Identify different study skills needed to study effectively

 

Task 4

D8

Include at least one reference and a bibliography

 

Task 5

C1

Describe the role of two or more types of settings available for children aged 0-5 years

Task 1

B1

Explain the importance of meeting key issues in preparation for working with children aged 0-5 years

Task 2

B2

Explain what may happen if the responsibilities of the early years worker are not met

Task 2

A1

Discuss the differences between types of provision available for children aged 0-5 years

Task 1

A*

Reflect on the role of the early years worker when meeting the individual needs of children aged 0-5 years

Task 3

 


 

The course is a Level 2 Child Development & Care NCFE course. 

 

Topics covered include:

 

-Workplace Settings

-Social & Emotional Development

-Physical Development

-Child Progress from 0-5 years

How you will be assessed

Tutor observation

Work books

External marked exam at end of course

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