List three sleep and rest practices that you could use with children that are consistent with approved standards and meet individualised needs. Access ACECQA Safe sleep practices to assist with your response. At the end of your response, from the National Quality Standard component of the National Quality Framework, identify which quality area, standard and element relate to meeting children’s needs for sleep, rest and relaxation. (30-50 words)

1. List three sleep and rest practices that you could use with children that are consistent with approved standards and meet individualised needs. Access ACECQA Safe sleep practices to assist with your response. At the end of your response, from the National Quality Standard component of the National Quality Framework, identify which quality area, standard and element relate to meeting children’s needs for sleep, rest and relaxation. (30-50 words)

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CHCECE004 – Promote and provide healthy food and drinks (2)

HLTWHS001 – Participate in workplace health and safety (3)

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Assessment details Instructions
Assessment overview The objective of this clustered assessment is to assess your knowledge of:

·         Facilitating the health and safety of children.

·         Healthy eating and ensure that food and drinks provided are nutritious, appropriate for each child and prepared in a safe and hygienic manner.

·         Facilitating working safely in the workplace

Assessment Event number 1 of 2
Instructions for this assessment This is a clustered written assessment and it will be assessing you on your knowledge of all the units listed in this assessment.

This assessment is in 5 parts, containing short answers, multiple-choice and True-False Questions.

1.      Provide opportunities to meet each child’s need for sleep, rest and relaxation

2.      Mealtimes and Nutrition

3.      Promoting healthy eating

4.      Contribute to the ongoing management of allergies and asthma

5.      Knowledge Questions

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Part 1: Provide opportunities to meet each child’s need for sleep, rest and relaxation

  1. List three sleep and rest practices that you could use with children that are consistent with approved standards and meet individualised needs. Access ACECQA Safe sleep practices to assist with your response. At the end of your response, from the National Quality Standard component of the National Quality Framework, identify which quality area, standard and element relate to meeting children’s needs for sleep, rest and relaxation. (30-50 words)
1.  
2.  
3.  
Quality area:
Standard:
Element:

 

  1. Rohan is a 2-year-old child who no longer naps during the day. He gets tired and a bit grumpy towards the end of the day, but his parents have specifically requested that he not be allowed to fall asleep as it greatly disrupts his night time sleeping and leads to him being overtired the following day.

Describe how you can support Rohan to include rest and relaxation in his day whilst respecting his parents’ wishes and the needs of other children in your room? At the end of your response, from the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) component of the National Quality Framework, identify which principle relates to this scenario.

(25-50 words)

EYLF Principle:

 

  1. Describe two reasons why it is important to have regular written and/or verbal communication with children’s families about their sleep, rest and relaxation whilst in care. In your response, identify the quality area of the National Quality Standard (NQS) and the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) practice this relates to.

(10-25 words)

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2.       
NQS Quality area:
EYLF Practice:

 

  1. Describe three strategies you can use to ensure a quality sleep environment for children. (25 -50 words)
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2.  
3.  

 

Part 2: Meal Times and Nutrition

  1. The National Quality Standard (NQS) and Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) are components of the National Quality Framework (NQF).
  1. Access the NQS and identify the Quality area, Standard and Element numbers relevant to promoting healthy eating and ensure that food and drinks provided are nutritious, appropriate for each child and prepared in a safe and hygienic manner. Put the link reference for the document at the end of your answer.
  2. Access the EYLF and identify the Outcome and its components that are relevant to promoting healthy eating and ensure that food and drinks provided are nutritious, appropriate for each child and prepared in a safe and hygienic manner. (200 – 250 words). Put the link reference for the document at the end of your answer.
1.      NQS
Quality area:
Standard:
Element:
Reference Link:
2.      EYLF
Outcome:
Components:
Reference Link:

 

  1. To complete this question, refer to the documents (in the Resources section online)
  • United Nations Conventions on the Rights of the Child
  • ECA Code of ethics
  1. In your own words explain how Article 24 of the UN Rights of the Child relates to providing food in a Children’s Education and Care Service (15-25 words)
  1. The Code of Ethics states we should Create and maintain safe, healthy, inclusive environments that support children’s agency and enhance their learning”.

In your own words explain how this relates to providing safe, healthy food in a Children’s Education and Care Service (25-50 words):

 

 

  1. To complete this question, refer to Get Up and Grow: Healthy Eating and Physical Activity for Early Childhood – Staff/Carer Book.
Required Readings

In your own words

  1. Describe two examples of when solids should be introduced to babies (25-50 words)
  1. Describe two examples of how solids should be introduced to babies (25-50 words)
1.
2.
  1. For each age group below identify two examples of age-appropriate types of foods. Use the link below as a guide. https://www1.health.gov.au/internet/publications/publishing.nsf/Content/gug-director-toc~gug-solids
Age Two examples of foods that can be consumed
Birth to 6 months 1.
2.
6 – 7 months 1.
2.
8-12 months 1.
2.
9-12 months 1.
2.
12 months + 1.
2.
  1. To complete this question, refer to : Eat for Health – Educators Guide
  2. What are the Five Food Groups? Name the food group for each of the descriptions below.
Food Group Name Food Group Description                  
Provides vitamins including C and folate.
Provides calcium, protein, riboflavin and vitamin B12.
Provides protein, iron, zinc, niacin, and vitamin B12.
Provides carbohydrates, protein, fibre and a wide range of vitamins and minerals like folate, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and iron.
Provides vitamins, minerals, dietary fibre and carbohydrate.
  1. In the table below indicate the suggested servings per day for children 4 – 7 years of age for each food group.
Recommended Servings Per Day
Food group 4 – 7years
Breads and cereals
Vegetables
Fruit
Milk and dairy products
Lean meats, fish, poultry, nuts and legumes

 

 

  1. In the table below give one example of a type of food for the food group and the quantity of that food that makes up a serving for children 4 – 7 years of age.
Food Group Food Example of Serving Size
Breads and cereals
Starchy vegetables
Dark green leafy vegetable
Fruit
Milk and dairy products
Lean meats, fish, poultry, nuts and legumes

 

Part 3: Promoting healthy eating

 

  1. To complete this question refer to the following documents (in the resources section online):
  • Nutrition Checklist for Menu Planning
  • Caring for Children – Birth to 5 years Section 2: 2 – 5-year-olds
  1. Plan a complete menu for preschool-age children for a one-day period of 8 hours while in care:
  • One menu item example for the day, for each of the five foods groups.
  • The time the item will be served: Morning Tea, Lunch or Afternoon Tea.
  • The recommended servings for each food group for children 4 – 7yrs.
Food Group Day Menu Recommended servings per day while in care for 8 hrs
Wholegrain cereals (includes bread, rice, pasta and noodles) Served at:

o Morning Tea

√ Lunch  Steamed rice

√ Afternoon Tea Wholemeal Bread Sandwiches

EXAMPLE

 

2 servings

 

Food Group Day Menu Recommended servings per day while in care for 8 hrs
Vegetables and legumes Served at:

☐ Morning Tea:

☐ Lunch:

☐ Afternoon Tea:

Fruit Served at:

☐ Morning Tea:

☐ Lunch:

☐ Afternoon Tea:

Milk and dairy products Served at:

☐ Morning Tea:

☐ Lunch:

☐ Afternoon Tea:

Red meats, fish, poultry, eggs, nuts and legumes Served at:

☐ Morning Tea:

☐ Lunch:

☐ Afternoon Tea:

 

  • Access the Early Childhood Education and Care Regulations (Link in the resources section) and use this document to answer the question below.
  1. In an Early Childhood Education and Care Service where would you display the menu and what must the menu include?

 

  1. To complete this question refer to your reading:
  • Get Up and Grow: Healthy Eating and Physical Activity for Early Childhood – Staff/Carer Book, Section One.
  1. Explain why water is an important daily requirement for children (15-25 words).

 

  1. Identify the recommended water intake per day for toddlers?

 

  1. Identify the recommended water intake per day for pre-schoolers?

 

  1. Access the Early Childhood Education and Care Regulations and use this document to answer the question below.

Describe what the regulations state regarding the provision of water to children?

 

  1. To complete this question refer to your readings (in the resources section):
  1. Identify ten effects of poor nutrition in children from your reading The Risks of Poor Nutrition.
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2.       
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  1. Using the reading The Association of UK Dietitians. (2017). Diet, behaviour and learning in children.

List the nutrients where deficiencies can have an impact on children’s behaviour, anxiety, attention and concentration.

 

Part 4: Contribute to the ongoing management of allergies and asthma

SCENARIO

Sally is highly allergic to peanuts and has been hospitalised with life-threatening allergic reactions in the past. Sally’s parents have provided an Anaphylaxis Action Plan to display at the centre, so everyone is aware of how to respond if they witness signs of an anaphylactic reaction. Refer to this action plan to assist answering the questions below.

Appendix A

  1.  
  1. List all the symptoms or signs of a severe allergic reaction to look for when supervising Sally? (10-30 words)
 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. List three strategies to use when supervising children at mealtimes to reduce the risk of Sally having an allergic reaction.
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2.
3.

 

  1. Explain the procedure of using the adrenalin auto-injector for anaphylaxis for Sally? (25-50 words)

 

  1. Organisations have risk management strategies that include action plans for anaphylaxis (Appendix A). In addition, the services practices must be in line the Early Childhood Education and Care Regulations. Based on this, Respond to the following:
  1. State the staffing qualifications that are required to assist in the management of children with anaphylaxis (20 words)
 
  1. According to the plan, in (Appendix A) describe the steps would you take to manage an anaphylactic reaction in Sally; (30 words)
 
  1. Record what the Regulations state regarding reporting an anaphylaxis emergency (20 words)
 
  1. Describe the signs/symptoms and key characteristics of two other types of allergies children may present within a service (50-100 words):
Allergy name Signs  & Symptoms Characteristic of the allergy

 

  1. List the identifiable signs and symptoms of an Asthma attack?
 

 

 

 

  1. List three common asthma triggers. Use the following site to assist you. https://www.nationalasthma.org.au/understanding-asthma/what-are-asthma-triggers
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Part 5: Knowledge Questions

 

  1. To complete this task, refer to (links in resources section as well):

Food allergy  and  Food intolerance

  1. List five foods that commonly cause allergic reactions.
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2.       
3.       
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5.       

 

  1. Describe what food intolerance is and list three symptoms
A food intolerance is:
3 Symptoms:
1.
2.
3.

 

  1. You are working in a service and need to care for the dietary needs of each of the following children:
  • Alex is allergic to peanuts
  • Tijen has been diagnosed with coeliac disease
  • Ebru and her family are Muslim and do not eat pork or pork products.

Include one example of how you would cater for each special dietary requirement in the service.

Include one reason it is important to address this dietary need

(100-200 words)

How would you cater for Alex?

Why is it important to do this?

How would you cater for Tijen?

Why is it important to do this?

How would you cater for Ebru?

Why is it important to do this?

 

  1. The cook has gone home for the day and you find a bowl of rice and chicken prepared for tomorrow’s lunch has been left out on the bench for at least four hours.
  1. What will have happened with the microorganisms in the food during this time?
  1. Following safe food handling guidelines, what should you do with the chicken and rice?

 

  1. Read the questions below and then write True or False in the space provided.
Question Write True or False
a. Rinsing your mouth after eating does not help prevent tooth decay
b. Poor oral health can affect language and social interactions
c. Taking a bottle of mild to bed will help prevent tooth decay because of the calcium
d. children with decayed teeth typically experience pain and difficulty with eating and sleeping

 

  1. List three effects of poor oral health on someone’s overall health wellbeing and quality of life.
1  
2
3

 

  1. In the table below list the signs of minor, moderate and advanced tooth decay
Stage of decay Signs of decay
Minor
Moderate
Advanced

 

  1. Using the Fire and Rescue NSW Government site as a reference (Resources online), Respond to the following:
  2. Name three behaviours that contribute to fire injuries and fatalities.
1  
2
3

 

  1. Describe where you should avoid installing fire alarms and the ideal location for fire alarms. (15-25 words)

 

  1. Describe four steps to maintaining your smoke alarms
1
2
3
4
  1. Name three high-risk groups of people who are more vulnerable to injury or death as a result of fires. Refer to the following site to assist you https://evaculife.com.au/blog/home-fire-safety-tips-for-high-risk-groups/
1  
2
3

 

  1. Complete the table below by listing two key requirements found in legislations, regulations, policies and/or procedures relevant to education and care services.
Context Key requirements in relevant legislation, regulations, policies and/or procedures
a.   Duty of care
b.  Hazardous manual tasks
c.   Infection control
d.  Work health and safety/occupational health and safety

 

  1. What is the role of Safe Work Australia?

 

 

  1.  In Australia, ‘regulation’ is the process by which the model WHS laws are enforced. State-based WHS agencies – often called ‘regulators’ – enforce the model WHS laws in their jurisdiction.
  1. Name four state/territory-based WHS regulators.
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2
3
4

 

  1. For the state or territory you reside in what is the role of the WHS regulator
 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Read each of the following statements then indicate whether it is true or false in the space provided.
Statement Write True or False
a.    My employer has a responsibility to ensure that I am aware of the workplace procedures for safe work practice
b.    My employer is solely responsible for workplace safety, including my behaviour
c.     My employer is responsible for providing appropriate PPE in my workplace
d.    Fire drills and other emergency procedures should be regularly rehearsed
e.    All employees should know who the fire wardens and first aid personnel in the organisation are
f.     Emergency procedures should be posted on walls and noticeboards so they can be seen by employees
g.    Employees can stay up to date with current knowledge of safe work practices (e.g. workplace systems, equipment and processes) by attending meetings and reading the latest updates of service policies and procedures.
h.    Employees should be consulted and actively involved in risk audits.
i.      Worker concerns regarding hazards, risks or other associated issues should be promptly communicated to the health and safety committee and/or health and safety representative; or, where there is no representation, to a supervisor or manager
j.      It is not important to report broken or damaged equipment; it will be repaired sooner or later.
k.    A safety warning should be placed on the broken or damaged equipment or it should be withdrawn to a maintenance bay until repairs are carried out
l.      Housekeeping refers to keeping the surrounding areas in the workplace clean, clear and tidy
m.  Employee awareness can be maintained by posters, providing incentives, ongoing training and regular information updates
n.    Suggestion boxes, meetings, health and safety focus groups etc. can all be used to encourage contribution
o.    Health and safety representatives and committees act as the liaison between workers and management; they provide information to employees and aid in issue resolution

 

  1. Write the meaning below each of the signs shown below.
 

 

  1. List two strategies you would implement to ensure that dangerous products are labelled and stored correctly according to service policies and procedures.
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2

 

Read the question and each answer carefully. Put an X in the table next to your chosen answer.

  1.  According to the ‘6 Steps to Risk Management,’ what is a hazard?
Answer choices Put X next to your answer
a)      A hazard is what causes an accident
b)      A hazard is the damage or an injury sustained
c) A hazard is something that has the potential to cause damage to person or equipment

 

  1. For the five toys and resources below identify one risk you would check for to ensure it is safe.
Equipment or Toy and what to check Potential Hazard
Cars and trucks
Glue
Beads
Outdoor Climbing equipment
Furniture

 

 

Evidence guide – Knowledge Assessment
Course CHC30113 – Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care Units CHCECE002 – Ensure the health and safety of children

CHCECE004 – Promote and provide healthy food and drinks

HLTWHS001 – Participate in workplace health and safety

Task Knowledge Assessment
Student Name Student Number
PART 1
Q Essential skills & knowledge S NS Assessor comments
1 Listed three sleep and rest practices
2 Meet individual sleep, rest needs
3 Described two reasons why it is important to have regular communication with families
4 Described three strategies you can use to ensure a quality sleep environment for children.

 

 

PART 2
5 Accessed the NQS and EYLF and identify the Quality area, Standard and Element numbers relevant to promoting healthy eating
6a Explained how Article 24 of the UN Rights of the Child relates to providing food in a Children’s Education and Care Service
6b Explained how EYLF relates to providing safe, healthy food in a Children’s Education and Care Service
7 Described two examples of when and how (4 examples in total) solids should be introduced to babies

Identified two examples age-appropriate types of food

8 Named the food group for each of the descriptions

Identified serving suggestions for each food group

Gave one example and quantity of food for each group

 

 

PART 3
9 Planned one complete menu for preschool-age child for one day period and identified where the menu must be displayed
10 Explained why water is an important daily requirement and identified the recommended water intake for toddlers and pre-schoolers. Identified regulations requirement
11a Identified ten effects of poor nutrition in children
11b c Defined tooth decay and consequences for children
11d Listed the nutrients where deficiencies can have an impact on children’s behaviour
PART 4
12a, b

13

Based on Appendix A listed:

·         Symptoms or signs of an allergic reaction

·         Three strategies to use during mealtime

The procedure of using adrenalin injector

14 Stated the staffing qualifications regulations and steps according to Appendix A
15 Described the signs/symptoms and key characteristics of two other types of allergies
16 17 Listed the identifiable signs and symptoms and triggers of an Asthma attack

 

PART 5
18a Listed five foods that commonly cause allergic reactions.
18b Described food intolerance and listed three symptoms
19 Included one example and reason for each child
20 Identified what will happen to food and what should be done based on food safe handling guidelines
21 Answered the true false questions correctly related to oral health
22 Listed three effects of poor oral health
23 Listed the signs of minor, moderate and advanced tooth decay
24a Named three behaviours that contribute to fire injuries and fatalities
24b Described where you should avoid installing fire alarms and the ideal location for fire alarms
24c Described four steps to maintaining smoke alarms
25 Named three high-risk groups of people who are more vulnerable to injury or death as a result of fires
26 Listed key requirements found in legislations, regulations, policies and/or procedures relevant to education and care services
27 Identified the role of Safe Work Australia
28a, b Identified four state/territory-based WHS regulators and their role
29 Answered the true false questions correctly related to workplace procedures
30 Labelled safety signs correctly
31 32 Identified what is a hazard and identified potential risk in five toys
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