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1 A TRIP TO SPARKHILL PARK
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2 Week 1 Selected a park to work around, we then visited the park as a team and identified areas of potential hazards and educational opportunities. Allocating and dividing of task: front cover bird’s eye view of the park and local amenities log book photographs legislation and relevant theories to being healthy and staying safe highlighting the consideration given by designer in relation to children’s health and safety power point presentation Ex-change of e-mail addresses as a means of communication Week 2 Taking photographs and formulating of risk assessment as the walk from school to park is carried out again. Looking into consideration given by the designer while doing the playground. Task for team: Holistic approach of promoting health and staying safe. Looking at legislation, relevant theories and the media. Setting target dates for allocated work. Week 3 Meeting together to reflect on work done and targets set for tasks over looked. Looked into taking 2 SEN children (One who is Autistic and one who has a hearing impairment). Discuss about the need in having SEN practitioner to support the individuals in the group. Interviewing of an teaching assistant who works in Calthrope Special Needs school and Sport college to know about provisions to consider when taking children with SEN needs, how to make this trip be meaningful for all and be aware of an action plan to support a SEN child when they are distress and know what triggers this distress. We were also made aware of medication that has to be administered during the day. Up date our working documents as more obstacle are encountered and resolved. Week 4 Arrange a final meeting to reflect on our individual task and how best to present.
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3 We allocated a task for each member of the group and divided the tasks between us. LOG BOOK ALLOCATED PERSON TASK Sajida Formulate the risk assessment Formulating a register and checklist Bird’s eye view of the park and the local amenities and diagram of park Log book Highlight the consideration given by designer in relation to children’s health and safety The Early Years Foundation Stage and learning extensions Influences of media and references Interview SEN teaching assistant Saheeda Make links to Every Child Matters Make links to the Warnock Report Design the front cover and the PowerPoint Shajada Identify risks in the park through photographic evidence Make links to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Saba Take pictures of risks in the park and sensory experiences Formulate a table: allocating everyone’s task
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4 Sparkhill park is central to local life in Birmingham Sparkhill Park is a venue for local events and children’s play areas, two hard court areas for ball games and grassed areas for both junior football and cricket. It caters for a very vibrant and colourful community
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