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Promoting Positive Behaviour in Young Children

Day Care for Babies, Toddlers & Pre-School Children, Qualified Staff & Educational Play, Rochdale & Oldham

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Encouraging positive behaviour is an extremely important aspect of a child’s development, and
something which should start at an early age. Children learn by observing the behaviour of adults, and emulating it, so it is vital to set a good example for them at all times. Children love adult attention, and will endeavour to attain that by either good or even bad behaviour. The crucial part is the way in which that good or bad behaviour is dealt with, as this will make a lasting impression on each child.

Children can contribute to compiling a list of rules for all to abide by, which is an opportunity to learn or reinforce acceptable ways to act. Children should feel safe and happy as well as included and respected by others, they are also reassured by the setting of clear boundaries. Explaining expectations in a way that they can understand and that is appropriate for their age, will help them to make reasonable decisions. A well organised routine will also ease any feelings of insecurity and stress a child may be experiencing, which is more likely to promote confidence, and result in positive behaviour. Organisation also means the child is occupied with a meaningful activity, and making them responsible for certain tasks, will ensure a sense of trust, ownership and involvement.

When children feel valued and are encouraged to display a thoughtful and caring personality, they will benefit from the affirming reactions of others in nursery, class, home and the wider community. Sharing, and thinking about the feelings of others is a major factor in childhood behaviour, which should be encouraged and rewarded. Positive reinforcement can be achieved in a number of ways such as a good behaviour sticker chart, although praise and a smile will sometimes suffice. Careful supervision of play and tasks is recommended, so that any negative behaviour can be nipped in the bud and dealt with patiently and appropriately for the age of the child. Be aware that some children will internalise their negative feelings by sulking or withdrawing, so this quiet behaviour shouldn’t be ignored.
On the whole children enjoy getting noticed and praised for being nice or helping somebody, and these actions should be acknowledged and seized upon.

These are all strategies involved in producing happy, healthy individuals, and something that is built into the training of professional nursery staff. Our web promotion partners Channings Nurseries, have three nurseries in Oldham and Rochdale, including one in Newhey, where staff are highly qualified in all aspects of child care. Each child is allocated a keyworker, who will support that child and keep parents updated frequently. Channings Nurseries are dedicated to providing a safe, caring and happy environment for babies, toddlers and pre-school children.
Contact their Newhey Nursery on 01706 841949

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Highly Trained, Qualified Nursery Staff at Channings Nursery, Royton, Oldham

Day Care for Babies, Toddlers & Pre-School Children, Qualified Keyworkers at Royton, Oldham

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Our web promotion partners Channings Nursery, Oldham, are dedicated to providing a safe and caring environment for babies and children from 0-5 in each of their three nurseries. At their Royton nursery as with nurseries at Werneth and Newhey, they operate a system of best childcare practice, and encourage learning through play along with the development of social skills and awareness. The babies and children at Channings Nursery, Royton benefit from the stability which comes from committed long term staff, four of whom have received awards for long service in child care for 0 – 5 years olds.

Great emphasis is placed on staff training and development, and each child is given a key worker who will work with them, note their progress and provide feedback to parents on a daily basis. Parents are considered to play a vital role in their child’s life within the nursery day at Channings Nursery, and parents entering into this positive partnership and getting involved is always a welcome option. A child’s keyworker will move through to the next stage or care room with the child until that child is happy and comfortable with the transition.

A keyworker is crucial to how easily your baby or child settles into the new surroundings, and enjoys their time at nursery. Continuity is important which is why keyworkers are chosen to match your child’s attendance pattern at the nursery. A keyworker will establish a development/learning plan designed for your baby or child, which will record their progress, all of which will be reported back to the parents. The keyworker will wish to find out all about your baby or child including home routine, likes and dislikes, achievements, see photographs and hear about home life and bits of news. This information is all used to further develop your baby or child’s learning journey, and can also help the keyworker to plan activities both at nursery and ideas for home.

Each of the Channings Nurseries follows the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) guidelines, which identify three Prime Areas of Learning- Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Communication, Language and Physical Development.
Four Specific Areas of Learning- Literacy, Mathematics, understanding of the World and Expressive Arts and Design, lead to a fully rounded nursery experience.

Channings Nurseries are very accessible from the M62 at J21 at Milnrow / Newhey, from the Hollinwood junction on the M60 at Oldham, and on the main route from Oldham to Rochdale.

Call Channings Nurseries to find out what they offer for your child on 0161 622 1165

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