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Working with parents is a key competence required in all areas of childcare employment and this much-needed, newly updated resource provides thorough coverage of this important area.
||Christine Hobart, Jill Frankel
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A Practical Guide to Working with Parents 2nd Edition is an essential and unique guide designed to prepare students and practitioners for successful and effective communication with parents. It will help all those working with children to gain a thorough understanding of the parent-child relationship and learn how to work in partnership with families to provide childcare with the best possible care. Students will develop practical strategies to enhance skills and develop good practice in the childcare setting
This book meets the requirements of a variety of Level 2 and 3 childcare courses, including CACHE Child Care and Education, BTEC and NVQ Childrens Care, Learning and Development.
The book provides:
Full Coverage of CACHE, BTEC and NVQ requirements.
Activities, case studies and good practice to develop practical strategies and skills.
Coverage of issues such as the rights of children, early years intervention programmes, the childrens act and the parents charter.
New coverage of Ten Year Childcare Strategy, The Childcare Act 2006, The Childrens Plan and the Adoption and Children Act 2002.
An overview of the Early Years Foundation Stage and Every Child Matters
An introduction to observation and assessment in the Early Years Foundatio Stage.
Excellent features such as Resources with weblinks and relevant organisations.
Illustrattions, tables and charts for quick reference to key ideas.