Setting and Children
1.1 Describe the duties and responsibilities of own work role & 1.2 Explain expectations about own work role as expressed in relevant standards.
As a qualified level 3 practitioner I am responsible to fulfil my duties and work role to the best of my ability. In other words I always like to try to give my position my full attention and give it 100% of my time and dedication. I believe that this helps me to support the children in my reception class. I am always aware of the children within my setting that have SEN (Special Educational Needs) and try where I can to give them extra support although remembering the inclusive …show more content…
These are set out in law, guidelines ect as well as always included in any policy from any setting. However with this said their may be different procedures in which to carry out in different settings or updated versions from year to year so I always make sure that I request a copy upon a new placement or request a copy of any updated versions. This helps me to apply these guidelines, laws etc to my everyday activities and this does not only keep the children in my setting safe but also keeps me safe. Another set of guidelines which are of paramount importance are the early years foundation stage guidelines. These relate to all aspects of the children’s development and also the where and what the children do next. It is also part of my role to help the class teacher plan and prepare what the next steps are for each of the children and what the learning topics should be for the next week or term. I suppose I am quite lucky as my class teacher also forwards me copy of her planning for the week ahead and always asks for my opinion and input as to how certain children in our class will respond to these topics and how we can work together to help the children that may struggle slightly so that they get a