Support children in personal physical care routines in relation to: toileting, washing and/or bath time, skin, teeth and hair, meal times, resting and/or sleeping

Qualification: NCFE CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Educator
Unit: Unit 1.3: Support physical care routines for children
Learning outcome: Be able to support children in personal physical care routines
Assessment criteria: Support children in personal physical care routines in relation to: toileting, washing and/or bath time, skin, teeth and hair, meal times, resting and/or sleeping

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We have previously explored physical care routines and the Early Years practitioner’s role in carrying out tasks in relation to toileting, washing and bathing, skin/teeth/hair care meal times and sleeping.

To achieve this assessment criterion, you will be required to put your knowledge into practice by demonstrating how you carry out each of these activities in your setting.

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Your assessor will observe you whilst you work. Some of the things that they will be looking at include you:

  • Work in line with best practice
  • Work in adherence to your setting’s policies and procedures
  • Ensure safety and good hygiene at all times (including use of PPE)
  • Communicate and interact with the baby or child appropriately
  • Promote the independence of the child
  • Communicate effectively with parents and carers
  • Maintain required records
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