A suitable statutory setting for children aged 5-7 years would be a Primary school.
Children start primary school at their late four; they finish primary school when they are 11 years. They follow the National Curriculum. According to Tassoni P (2007: 362) “They start key stage 1 which includes these following subjects (Mathematics, English, Science, Design and Technology, Information Communication and Technology, History, geography, Art and Design, Music, Physical Education and Religious Education)” Teachers provide activities for children so children can learn throughout play, when children play they learn many things, they learn how to be creative and they develop imagination and curiosity. They also learn how to make things for example, “musical instruments, and different vehicles” They learn how to discover and find out about things. They also learn how to take turns and wait for their turn and learn how to respect their friends. According to Northern Ireland Curriculum (2008) http://www.nicurriculum.org.uk “Children learn about different topics such as People who helps us, Caring for the environment, the weather transport and travel and many other topics”
A suitable voluntary setting for children aged 5-7 years would be a Sports club.
A sports club’s aim is to help children develop their physical skills by doing a variety of different activities such as (swimming, cycling, sailing, dancing, football, volleyball, handball, basketball, diving, gymnastics, skipping) and many other sports. When children do sports activities they build up their physical skills which make the children healthier and this will help reduce the amount of children who are overweight.
A professional who works with children is a nanny who is role is to look after children, nannies need to be qualified and According to the Nanny-nanny.co.uk (2010) http://www.nanny-nanny.co.uk/ qualifications that are recognised are “Certificate or Diploma in Childcare...