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Children’s Health 
and Wellbeing
Children’s well-being consists of 
● Attachment 
● Role of the key 
person 
● Transitions and 
significant event 
● Physic...
Well-being wheel
Well-being wheel Scotland
Key person
Emotional Well-being
Attachment
Bowlby media clip 
Remember to make notes throughout this 
clip
Bowlby media clip 
1)what attachment behaviour could be 
shown? 
2)what did Bowlby say children were 
seeking other than t...
Bowlby media clip 
4) what type of attachment do parents and 
babies need to make? 
4) what did the parent say impacted on...
Bowlby theory 
6) who elses theory was used to prove the 
type of attachment that the mother had 
with her child? 
7) what...
Developing attachments 
Think, pair, share how you would advise 
parents and main carers to develop secure 
attachments.
The importance of attachment 
in your group you are going to research and 
present, explaining one of the following: 
● th...
The importance of attachment 
● implications for attachment in relation to 
mothers health including post natal 
depressio...
The importance of attachment 
● Harry Harlow and attachment theory 
● James and Joyce Robertson and 
separation theory 
● ...
Secure attachments
In small groups 
Evaluate the importance of attachment for 
children’s development.
Key person’s role in relation to 
children’s emotional well-being
In your groups discuss; 
● work in partnership with parents/carers 
and other professionals 
● develop relationships with ...
What does the EYFS state? 
Look at your EYFS Statutory guidance what 
does this state about the role of the key 
person ?
Key Terminology 
independance 
resilience 
confidence 
self- reliance 
empowerment 
relationship building 
well-being
Analysis 
Independently analyse the impact of secure 
relationships on a child’s wellbeing.
Transition 
Think, pair, share different transitions and 
significant events that a child may 
experience.
Transitions and significant 
events 
● moving to school 
● starting and moving through day care 
● birth of a sibling 
● m...
In groups 
Pick at least two transitions 
Discuss how the transitions can interrupt a 
child’s development and emotional w...
Consider 
● How an early years practitioner would 
prepare the child for the planned 
transition 
● How an early years pra...
Role of the early years 
practitioner for transitions 
● prepare the child 
● work in partnership with others 
● identify ...
Physical needs of children 
● rest and sleep 
● fresh air 
● food and water 
● protection from injury/illness 
UNCHR
United Conventions for Rights of 
Child 
● right to be with their family or who care 
best for them 
● right to enough foo...
In your group 
You are required to research your given 
area and produce a routine sheet and a 
checklist that everyone wi...
You are now able to begin your 
assessments for unit 2.
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Children's health and wellbeing

  1. 1. Children’s Health and Wellbeing
  2. 2. Children’s well-being consists of ● Attachment ● Role of the key person ● Transitions and significant event ● Physical care needs ● Factors affecting health and well-being ● Local and national initiatives to promote health and well-being ● Working in partnership ● Food and nutrition ● Exercise
  3. 3. Well-being wheel
  4. 4. Well-being wheel Scotland
  5. 5. Key person
  6. 6. Emotional Well-being
  7. 7. Attachment
  8. 8. Bowlby media clip Remember to make notes throughout this clip
  9. 9. Bowlby media clip 1)what attachment behaviour could be shown? 2)what did Bowlby say children were seeking other than to be fed? 3)what did Bowlby say about children’s outcomes?
  10. 10. Bowlby media clip 4) what type of attachment do parents and babies need to make? 4) what did the parent say impacted on her building attachment to her child?
  11. 11. Bowlby theory 6) who elses theory was used to prove the type of attachment that the mother had with her child? 7) what conditions could be apparent if children are not forming attachment with their parent/main carer?
  12. 12. Developing attachments Think, pair, share how you would advise parents and main carers to develop secure attachments.
  13. 13. The importance of attachment in your group you are going to research and present, explaining one of the following: ● the importance of attachment to a child’s emotional development ● factors impacting on attachment including reasons for separation following birth
  14. 14. The importance of attachment ● implications for attachment in relation to mothers health including post natal depression ● interruptions to the attachment process ● multiple attachment and Michael Rutter multiple attachment theory
  15. 15. The importance of attachment ● Harry Harlow and attachment theory ● James and Joyce Robertson and separation theory ● The socialisation process ● Emotional growth of children and how they manage their feelings, emotions and behaviour
  16. 16. Secure attachments
  17. 17. In small groups Evaluate the importance of attachment for children’s development.
  18. 18. Key person’s role in relation to children’s emotional well-being
  19. 19. In your groups discuss; ● work in partnership with parents/carers and other professionals ● develop relationships with children ● record keeping and profile assessment tracking ● encourage and support children’s emotional well-being
  20. 20. What does the EYFS state? Look at your EYFS Statutory guidance what does this state about the role of the key person ?
  21. 21. Key Terminology independance resilience confidence self- reliance empowerment relationship building well-being
  22. 22. Analysis Independently analyse the impact of secure relationships on a child’s wellbeing.
  23. 23. Transition Think, pair, share different transitions and significant events that a child may experience.
  24. 24. Transitions and significant events ● moving to school ● starting and moving through day care ● birth of a sibling ● moving home ● living outside the home ● family breakdown ● loss of significant people
  25. 25. In groups Pick at least two transitions Discuss how the transitions can interrupt a child’s development and emotional well-being
  26. 26. Consider ● How an early years practitioner would prepare the child for the planned transition ● How an early years practitioner would support the child during the transition
  27. 27. Role of the early years practitioner for transitions ● prepare the child ● work in partnership with others ● identify needs of the child during transitions ● support the child during transitions ● Be aware of implications for child’s emotional health - key terminology
  28. 28. Physical needs of children ● rest and sleep ● fresh air ● food and water ● protection from injury/illness UNCHR
  29. 29. United Conventions for Rights of Child ● right to be with their family or who care best for them ● right to enough food and clean water ● right to health care ● right to be heard
  30. 30. In your group You are required to research your given area and produce a routine sheet and a checklist that everyone will be assessed against.
  31. 31. You are now able to begin your assessments for unit 2.

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