Wellbeing in modern times represents a lot more than just being healthy or being OK, it is about flourishing and blossoming at life as a means to achieving potential. For children, having a sufficient state of wellbeing in their early years gives them a great start to life at school. Having poor wellbeing increases the risk of issues in adult life such as anti-social behaviour, drug or alcohol misuse, mental health problems, engagement in criminal activity and lower attainment in education.
Wellbeing will not mean the same thing for every child and may be related to different contributory factors than what we may consider as adults. Much of achieving wellbeing depends on the circumstances at home as well as in a childcare setting. An individual child will be impacted by the wellbeing of the other children and adults around them, and in turn their wellbeing is affected by local, national, social and economic factors. A child with a steady state of wellbeing can see this negatively affected by even the smallest of events.
As part of the National Nursery Training Characteristics of Phonics Level 2 course your will gain an understanding of:
- What wellbeing is,
- What effects wellbeing,
- How you can try and support wellbeing within the Early Years Foundation Stage,
- Why developing a wellbeing is important.Phonics and their benefits.
Successful candidates will be awarded the National Nursery Training Early Years Wellbeing Course Completion Certificate.
Duration: 1 hour
Course Format: Online
Course access is valid for 365 days from date of purchase. This certificate is valid for 1 years.