This book shows how to establish good practice in early years settings so that all children are supported in developing positive interactions with one another.
With limited material available for practitioners in this area, Sue Roffey explains the features of an 'emotionally literate' environment in order to meet the needs of more vulnerable children, and looks at how to respond effectively when children are distressed and hard to manage. She provides a wealth of ideas and inspiration throughout, using down-to-earth language, and looks at:
Based on sound psychological theory and research and packed full of practical activities, illustrations, support and advice, this will be an invaluable source of inspiration for anyone concerned with providing the best environment for vulnerable young children in their care.
1. A Privilege and a Responsibility 2. Learning To Be 'Good' 3. Behaviour Begins with a 'C' 4. Healing the Hurt 5. Once Again with Feeling 6. Plugging into Partnership 7. Staying Fit and Having Fun
The books in this exciting new series have been written to closely mirror major modules in the GNVQ in Childcare (levels 1 & 2). Packed full of illustrations, practical ideas, support and advice, this series addresses the key issues arising from working in today’s nursery and school environments.
Benefit from the experiences of our highly qualified authors to help you captivate and inspire the children in the early years of their education.