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Hi

 

I have a member of staff in our setting who has almost completed her level 2 NVQ but has got stuck on

a particular area. I have read through it several times and wondered if someone could put it into

English for me :o

 

K2D88 Knowledge Specification

 

'How the activities and experiences for children and babies and children under 3 years relates to formal

curriculum frameworks and frameworks for babies and young children in your home country ????

 

Hopefully someone has come accross this jargon before ha ha!

 

Many thanks ...

 

dottyp

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Hi

 

I have a member of staff in our setting who has almost completed her level 2 NVQ but has got stuck on

a particular area. I have read through it several times and wondered if someone could put it into

English for me :(

 

K2D88 Knowledge Specification

 

'How the activities and experiences for children and babies and children under 3 years relates to formal

curriculum frameworks and frameworks for babies and young children in your home country ????

 

Hopefully someone has come accross this jargon before ha ha!

 

Many thanks ...

 

dottyp

 

That doesn't make much sense to me either.. but then not many of the knowledge points make sense to me!! xD:o

 

Does it mean how the activities and experiences you provide for babies and chidren under three, relate to ... blah blah blah? :(

I'm not sure.. so don't take my word for it! :(

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I just thought I'd have a look on the CWDC website to see what it said on there...

 

How the activities and experiences for children and babies and children under 3 years

relates to formal curriculum frameworks and frameworks for babies and young children in

your home country

 

"for children and babies and children under 3" made me laugh!! xD

 

 

It does seem like there need to be some extra words put in there though :o

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Don't you just hate 'NVQ speak'!

 

This is how I would interpret it!

 

How the activities and experiences you provide for children (and babies and children) under 3 years

relates to the EYFS (formal curriculum frameworks and frameworks for babies and young children in

your home country)

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Thank goodness its not just me not understanding NVQ speak! I agree with Beau's interpretation but I had no end of trouble supporting one of my staff with her NVQ as I just could not understand the questions. And I am one for using 100 words when 10 would do!

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