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Question: Unit 141 Professional practice in children’s care learning and development

Outcome 1 Understand the values, principles and statutory frameworks that underpin service provision in children’s care, learning and development
1.1 Analyse how values, principles and statutory frameworks underpin service provision in children’s care, learning and development in UK home nation.

Outcome 2 Be able to implement values, principles and statutory frameworks that underpin service provision in children’s care, learning and development
2.1 Implement in own setting, values and principles that underpin service provision
2.2 Implement in own setting, statutory frameworks that underpin service provision
2.3 Support others to implement values and principles that underpin service provision

Outcome 3 Be able to implement policies and procedures for sharing information
3.1 Explain how policies and procedures for sharing information are developed
3.2 Evaluate the effectiveness of policies and procedures for sharing information
3.3 Make recommendations for changes to policies and procedures for sharing information. (Cross Reference with Unit 144 Outcome 3)

Outcome 4 Be able to evaluate own professional practice in children’s care, learning and development
4.1 Analyse the use of models of reflective practice in own setting
4.2 Model the use of Reflection on practice • Reflection in practice
4.3 Contribute to a culture that nurtures reflective practice
4.4 Support others to engage in reflective practice.

Outcome 5 Be able to lead and promote support for children experiencing transitions
5.1 Evaluate how own professional practice has influenced outcomes for children.

Answer: Outcome 1 1.2 Outcome 2 2.1 2.2 2.3
Values and principles are the fundamental elements that underpin every aspect of our work with children and their families; they are what place the children and their families at the core of everything we do.
Values come from within, are open to interpretation and can be unique to each individual. They affect our insight into important work matters and can be the root of harmony or discrepancy relating to basic issues within our professional role.
Our governing body, Early Years - the organisation for young children, has a strong set of values and believe in:
• Childhood - in its own right
• Listening to children – and those who care for them
• A strong voice for children
• Play, fun and creativity
• Parents as first educators
• Participation of children and families
• Community involvement and development
• Partnership
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  • Subject: Health and Social Care
  • Course: Health and Social Care
  • Level: Further Education
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  • Words: 4395
  • Date submitted: January 04, 2020
  • Date written: May, 2019
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  • Document type: Essay*
  • Essay ID: 8779

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