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With several 'low key' but significant and impactful amendments to the EYFS coming into play as of last week (the 4th Jan 2023) it's crucial everyone within the industry is up to date and has a plan of action to swiftly tick the boxes necessary to comply with the changes.
Ever found yourself drowning in a team that struggles with communication, or you've witnessed people being let down and disappointed because of poor information sharing. Well if so this is the lesson for you and your team, as Emily shares some hints and tips about how to effectively share information within the early years industry. Sharing of sensitive and important information is a vital component of working within early years either due to safeguarding, health or educational reasons. That's why is crucial we all have a strong understanding of how to effectively and meaningfully share information to our colleagues, parents and external bodies.
1. 7 Golden Rules Of Safeguarding06:36
First up Emily deals with the most important component of information sharing that is safeguarding, as keeping children safe is our number one priority. Keeping children safe will often require information to be shared effectively, efficiently and in a safe manner. Join Emily in this lesson as she shares her 7 golden rules of information sharing regarding safeguarding.
2. Information Sharing During Transitions06:43
In this lesson, Emily highlights 3 specific examples of transitions in the early years and how you can ensure information sharing is as effective as possible for the benefit of your children! Transitions can often get pushed to the back of a busy to do list, but ensuring meaningful information sharing is taking place is vital for the wellbeing of your children and their families!
3. Daily Handovers03:44
This lesson covers the little exchanges of information during the day that can often be the most important. Whether through our parent partnerships or communicating information with your colleagues, the little things are often the one's we really need to get right!
4. Communicating Health Information03:07
In this final lesson we're talking about effective communication when handling vital health information such as care plans or types of allergies/intolerances your children might have. Obviously ensuring everyone in your team (and those outside of your team who might need to know) has up to date information is crucial as Emily outlines in this lesson.
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