1- Explain how own role fits within the delivery of the service provided?
My own work role is to looks after the children between the ages of 3 months to 2 years 9 months and care for their every individual needs. This includes supporting them, preparing their meals, feeding them, getting they changed, putting them down for sleeps if needed and helping children learn through play.
2- Explain the effect of own role on service provision? The effects of my own work role is giving them a friendly face, reassurance, support and a role model. This is giving them a person to look up to and see how they should behave and treat others.
3- Describe how own role links to the wider sector? My own work role links to the wider sector by ...view middle of the document...
They have a job to let the children get use to them and build trust with them. This includes anybody that the children come into contact with which they may see later in life. For example;
* Health visitor- getting to know the child before they try to examine them.
* Social services- letting the children get use to them and they can find out information through play and building trust with the child. They also know not to keep questioning children.
* Nursery staff- staff that children may not know as well. For example the staff in pre-school, they get to know the children and play with them before becoming their key worker and the child moves over into pre-school.
* Outside groups- these are people who run groups for children and they come into nursery to do groups with them. For example we have a singing lady that comes into nursery and runs singing groups. When they lady first came in she introduced herself then slowly started doing group singing and now she come in regularly.
* NSPCC- The NSPCC influence work done with children by advising on the safety of the children. This is a lot about safeguarding the children and making sure that they are treated right and no harm will come to them.
* Ofsted- Ofsted influence work done with children by going into settings and making sure the setting is up to standards and are following the correct policies and procedures. Ofsted also have the role to bring to attention anything that is not up to standards or not following the correct policies and procedures to safeguard the children.