Professional development for Early Years Childcare students

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Quiz by Mine Tana, updated more than 1 year ago
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Created by Mine Tana over 4 years ago
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A quizz linked to possible progression routes for childcare and education students

Resource summary

Question 1

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As a Level 3 Early Years Practitioner you also need Maths and English GCSE A-C in order to be counted in the ratios.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 2

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I am a physician who specialises in caring for the physical, social and emotional health of children from birth till they are in their mid-teens, what is my professional title?
Answer
  • Educational Psychologist
  • Paediatrician
  • Optician

Question 3

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To be a Primary School Teacher the following qualifications are required;
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  • 5 GCSEs at A-C; including Maths, English, Science, 3 A' levels, a Degree linked to Education and a PGCE in Primary Education
  • 5 GCSEs at A-C; including Maths, English, Science, a level 3 childcare qualification a Degree in Primary Education and a PGCE.
  • Level 3 Health and Social care, A Degree in Social care and a QTS
  • No GCSEs required, Level 3 Childcare and experience working with children

Question 4

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Social Workers only work with children who are abused.
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  • True
  • False

Question 5

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Profession within the Health sector that supports children to deal with times of emotional distress.
Answer
  • Play Therapist
  • Play Worker
  • Social Worker
  • Midwife
  • Health Visitor

Question 6

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An Educational Psychologist's professional role:
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  • provides medical assessments for children with additional learning needs
  • is mainly to support parents and teachers
  • helps children or young people who are experiencing problems within an educational setting with the aim of enhancing their learning.

Question 7

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A [blank_start]health visitor[blank_end] is a qualified nurse or midwife with post-registration experience who has undertaken further training and education in child health, health promotion, public health and education.The role involves working within a community setting, often visiting people in their own homes. It primarily involves supporting new parents and pre-school children.
Answer
  • Health visitor
  • Midwife
  • Play Therapist
  • Youth Worker
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