CACHE LEVEL 3 SUPPORTING TEACHING AND LEARNING IN SCHOOLS AWARD
1. Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth to 19 years.
Children’s development is continuous and can be measured in a variety of ways.
Although all children will develop at different rates and in different ways, the order in which they develop will be roughly the same as they need to have mastered one skill, for example walking, before they move on to more advanced skills like running or jumping.
Holistic is a word often made use of in the health and social care context, it is however just as appropriate for the educational sector. It means ‘of the whole’ and refers to the fact that everything and anything is the sum of its parts; not just one part of…
This could manifest in them showing low motivation and not wanting to try new tasks and having a difficulty in communicating adequately in a social environment such as forming attachments at school. Some children do not form attachments early on or experience a disruption in their attachments, i.e. if a parent leaves the family home, or becomes very ill.
Apart from attachment issues there may be problems arising from other issues in the home, especially if the child’s home life is not a happy one, with little or no guidance and boundaries or more serious situations such as abuse and neglect.
Environmental – as discussed in question 3 earlier there are many environmental issues that can affect a child’s development, both external and personal. These include things such as poverty, safety, where the child lives and the type of neighbourhood they live in, their previous education and how education as a whole is viewed, the family structure. All these things can influence their social, emotional, communication and physical...