My training log is:

Event Title

City & Guild Care and Dementia

Nighstop training (SASH)

Introduction to the General Data Protection Regulation

Date of training

5 weeks finishing on 21/02/2019

14th April 2018

7th November 2017

7th November 2017



7 th November 2017



4th February 2017



and 20/03/2015





Saturday 14th Sept 2013

2nd & 16th Feb 2013


24th June 2012

What I have done or changed as a result of this training?

Understanding Behavioural expression, nutrition, capturing Life's journey, client safety and unmet needs

I started offering emergency overnight accommodation to young people who’s just been made homeless.

Providing an evening meal, a bed for the night and breakfast the next morning(all the young people referred to me are police-checked and fully risk-assessed).

Review of my Data Protection & procedures

Review Privacy Policies & Notices

lawful basis for processing personal data in your privacy notice

Have Information Security Policy

Subject Access Request Procedure

will need to:

1. explain to people your legal basis for processing their data

2. explain how long you intend to keep data

3. tell people they have a right of complaint to the ICO

Question 1:

Which of these statements about The Convention is correct?

b) The UK government signed up to it and made it part of domestic law

c) The UK government signed up to it, but it is not part of domestic law

When was The European Convention on Human Rights drafted?

b) After the Second World War

The estimated number of children trafficked in the UK rose between 2012 and 2013.

a) True, there was a 22% increase

Out of the 54 articles in The Convention, how many are particularly relevant to those working in early years settings?

b) 12

When deciding where children should live, local authorities and courts should…

b) only intervene if the child is at risk of significant harm

Article 14 states that…

a) children have the right to choose their own religion and beliefs

Ofsted guidance indicates that early years providers may sometimes use corporal punishment.

b) False, corporal punishment must not be used in early years settings

How many fundamental rights and freedoms are protected under the Human Rights Act?

c) 15

What is the name of the statutory guidance that safeguards and promotes children’s welfare?

b) Working together to safeguard children 2015

Ofsted inspection of safeguarding in early years settings is likely to focus on…

d) all of the above

Understanding children’s rights

This programme will provide a thorough insight into children’s rights, covering the essential facts to help you understand the legislation designed to protect human rights, in particular the rights of children. This programme has been written with experts at the Pre-school Learning Alliance, a leading educational charity specialising in the early years

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Community of Practice network meeting

Prevent e-learning training course

Managing behaviour

Introduction to Safeguarding Children V4.3

Information updates about Early Education and Childcare; Ofsted; Safeguarding; Funding; New Government Policies and Training. Opportunity to:

- learn about recent national changes in statutory requirements and new legislation.

- gain information about North Yorkshire policies and procedures, eg safeguarding and funding.

Ruth Mason

- Sufficiency and 30 Hours extended entitlement update – Alana Miles

-Finance update – Sally Dunn

- Managing Behaviour by Supporting Children’s Emotional Needs – Clare Leonard

- Early Home Learning Helen Smith

- Totally Maths resources

- Overview of Health and Safety – Accident Prevention

Supported lodgings training (SASH)

Information updates about Early Education and Childcare; Ofsted; Safeguarding; Funding; New Government Policies and Training. Opportunity to:

- learn about recent national changes in statutory requirements and new legislation.

- hear news from Ofsted affecting childminders and recent inspections.

- gain information about North Yorkshire policies and procedures, eg safeguarding and funding.

- learn from training on a current key issue

Supporting Children's emotional development

Closing the Gap

ECAT (Every Child A Talker) for Childminders

Childminder Conference and Reflective Practice - Working with babies, toddlers and 2 year olds

SEND and the Local Offer, Makaton...

Planing for individual Learning

Communication in the Early Years by Carol-ann Howe

Dyslexia Friendly Home environment & Paired Reading

Making the most of outdoor - Forest school practice, mud kitchen play

Supporting Boys' learning - Promoting Creativity and critical Thinking with Children

Working with parents to support children’s language and communication - Home Learning Environment Training

CYPS: Planning to Meet Young Children’s Needs

Basic Awareness In Child Protection

Transient Art

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This one hour introductory training provides a foundation on which to develop further knowledge around the risks of radicalisation and the kinds of support available to those at risk.=> Certificate below.

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Update policies

Ask who is my designated Safeguarding officer? Sarah Atkins Team leader Family outreach worker

Consider the 30 Hours founding and how to finance them. (Review of Parental Agreement: classes, food,

Health & Safety: we are not allowed to have the plug sockets anymore; I removed them all and will keep them in a

box until the law changes again.

If you want to give me flowers

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🌺 please read the label to make sure they are not poisonous as kids could get to them.

From Septembre I will offer the Funded Childcare for 2 and 3 years old again as some of the funding issues have been

sorted as we can bill for extra but we will have to pay for all training now (before we used to get free lunch at free training)

I learned a bit about Sensory Processing Differences.

I learned about managing Behaviour by supporting Children Emotional Needs (Yoga peers massage, Mindfulness for children,

sitting still like a frog, personalised strategies, Individual Behaviour Plans with use of Portage).

I got a DVD to learn and teach sign language and maths to 3 years old.

After the training I spoke to the parent of the children in my care about my project to help an unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (Uasc) and was held back by the prejudice some of them had "If you welcome Asylum Seeking Children I will remove my child from your care". Therefore I started offering a stable home environment to an uasc in September 2018 over a year after my training.

The young person is a lodger in my home, pays rent and a contribution towards bills. I act as mentors to help the young person acquire the knowledge and skills he needs to become independent.

Regular meetings and training sessions ensure the placement is going well and that the young person is moving towards their goal of living independently.

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Updated my policies

Understanding the different schemas enables me to focus on individual interests and preferred ways of learning.

Providing open-ended resources that can be used in a wide variety of ways

Implemented a strategy with Fabienne to help the children who have been identified.

I have set up a Visual Diary and I am implemented with Fabienne the ECAT 12 "Top Tip for Talking".

I can assess if a child needs help and where to get help if needed.

I am providing few more interesting resources and ways to use the resources.

I am encouraging the children to do different physical activities linking to brain development.

I have changed the way I plan activities.

I have read further about Dyslexia

I have done the forest school activities at home with willow tree as showed at the training and I have set up a mud kitchen in my garden.

I have prepared story sacks with French books that I give to parent to use at home and bring back to me.

I have changed the way I do written observation

I have updated my child Protection Policy

Early Support training May 2012

2 years funding April 2012

Paediatrics 1st Aid 29th January 2012

PTLL Jan 2011

CACHE Level 3 Certificate in Childminding Practice October 2006

Delivering the EYFS Sat 6th Sept 08

Developing the EYFS Workshop, Welfare requirement 21st Feb 2008

EYFS Information and Support session (2) 21st February 08

EYFS information and support session 2, Christchurch 1st Dec 2007

Early Years First Aid, by St John Ambulance 15th Nov 2007

EYFS information and support session 1, Christchurch 6th October 2007

Developing the Early Years Foundation Stage Workshop

EYFS Learning, Development and Care 10 March 2007

CIEH Food Hygiene Certificate 12 June 2007

Outcome Four: Making a Positive Contribution 12 May 2007

Getting ready for Ofsted – by NCMA 12 May 2007

Outdoor Play Caterpillars & Children by NCMA 12 May 2007

Network & Link Childminder Day 20 May 2006

Working With Boys 16 March 2006

Introductory Training for NY Network Childminder (Children Come First) 14 January 2006

Birth to Three – Planning Workshop 11 January 2006

NY Network Childminders (Children Come First) 2 day Course 12th Dec 2005

(ECP) Extending Childminding Practice 19 November 2005

(DCP) Developing Childminding Practice 12 Dec 2005

Storytelling 11 May 2005

Movement Based Learning 15 Sept 2005

ICP – Introducing Childminding Practice 16 February 05

German for Business June 1998

Grade A Course of Czech for Foreigner Level 4 June 1996D