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 ⇒ Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Educator ⇒ Unit 1.4: Promote children’s emotional well-being ⇒ Work with children in a way that: supports independence, builds resilience and perseverance, builds confidence, supports self-reliance, equips children to protect themselves, builds relationships between children

Work with children in a way that: supports independence, builds resilience and perseverance, builds confidence, supports self-reliance, equips children to protect themselves, builds relationships between children

Qualification: Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Educator
Unit: Unit 1.4: Promote children’s emotional well-being
Learning outcome: 4 Be able to promote the emotional wellbeing of children in own setting
Assessment criteria: 4.2 Work with children in a way that: supports independence, builds resilience and perseverance, builds confidence, supports self-reliance, equips children to protect themselves, builds relationships between children

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  • Supporting a child’s wellbeing will include helping them to build resilience, perserverance, confidence, self-reliance and relationships with other children as well as equipping them with the tools they need to protect themselves
  • Methods of achieving this could include:
    • Planning activities that are appropriate for the child’s development (e.g. activities that are challenging but within the child’s capabilities)
    • Acknowledge, encourage and praise independence, achievements and cooperation with their peers
    • Establish set routines that encourage independence (e.g. washing hands before lunch, tidying up before leaving etc.)
    • Plan activities that involve cooperation ad teamwork amongst the children
    • Support older children to resolve their own disagreements
    • Treat children with dignity, particularly during personal care tasks, such as nappy changing
    • Allow children to take risks and make mistakes as part of the learning process and praise their efforts
    • Ensure that activities and resources are easily accessible to children so that they can utilise them independently
    • Plan activities to teach children about safety (e.g. road safety, stranger danger, rights over their own body etc.)
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