Exclusively published in partnership with CACHE and up-to-date with the 2012 EYFS requirements, this is the ideal textbook for you if you are taking the Award, Certificate or Diploma in the CACHE Level 3 Child Care and Education qualification. Written by a highly experienced and respected author team, this book focuses on the knowledge and skills you will need to obtain the qualification, and will support you through your assessment and the start of your career. Key features in this edition: * Up-to-date with the requirements of the revised 2012 EYFS * Focused and clear coverage from authors who are respected experts means you can trust the content and know that it is the key information that you need for the course * Case studies and Practice Tips show you exactly how you can use the knowledge and concepts when you are working * Progress Check and In Practice features make sure that you have the necessary understanding and preparation to pass your course * An easy-to-read and friendly writing style keeps the book enjoyable and accessible for all students * Key Terms features throughout the text for easy reference.
Carolyn Meggitt is a best-selling child care author and experienced teacher. Tina Bruce, CBE, is Honorary Professor at Roehampton University, a leading international expert on early childhood and a best-selling author. Julian Grenier is Early Years Advisor to London Borough of Tower Hamlets and was previously Headteacher of Kate Greenaway Nursery School and Children's Centre in London.
Unit 1 An Introduction to Working with Children Unit 2 Development from Conception to age 16 years Unit 3 Supporting Children Unit 4 Keeping Children Safe Unit 5 The Principles Underpinning the role of the practitioner working with children Unit 6 Promoting a Healthy Environment for Children Unit 7 Play and Learning in Children's Education Unit 8 Caring for Children Unit 11 Care of Sick Children Unit 12 Nutrition and Healthy Food for Children Unit 14 Working with Children with Special Needs Unit 16 Developing Children's (3--8 years)Communication, Language and Literacy Skills Unit 18 Working with Babies from Birth to 12 Months