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Promoting Safety in Early Years: Safeguarding Activities

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) education must provide children with a safe and stimulating learning environment that promotes their overall development. This blog post explores three key areas: activities on safeguarding, enhancing creativity skills, and engaging in maths activities in EYFS. By incorporating these elements into the curriculum, educators can foster a sense of promoting safety in Early Years.

Activities on Safeguarding in EYFS:

Ensuring the safety and well-being of children is of utmost importance. Here are some activities that can help promote safeguarding in EYFS.

Personal Safety Discussions

Engage children in age-appropriate discussions about personal safety, including topics such as stranger danger, road safety, and online safety. Use visual aids, role-playing, and storytelling to make these discussions interactive and engaging. This helps children develop awareness and strategies to keep themselves safe.

Body Awareness Activities

Teach children about their body parts and boundaries through activities like “Simon Says” or “My Body Puzzle.” This helps children understand the concept of personal space and promotes body autonomy, empowering them to recognise and communicate their boundaries.

Safety Walks

Take children on safety walks around the school or local community, pointing out potential hazards and discussing safety measures. This activity helps children develop awareness of their surroundings and encourages them to identify and avoid potential risks, promoting safety.

At Quint Education, we understand the importance of providing a conducive learning environment for children. That is why we offer a range of job roles in our nurseries across London, Middlesex, Surrey, Essex, and Hertfordshire, including Nursery Practitioner, Early Years Practitioner, Nursery Teacher, Nursery Agency bank staff, Nursery Chef, and Nursery Manager.

Join our team today and be a part of creating a fun and educational environment for children in our nurseries. Contact us at 0207 1188 994 or email your CV with the role you desire. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to make a positive impact on children’s lives while working in a supportive and rewarding environment.

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