Learner Name ; Ria Cooper
Date of Plan ; 19th February 2015
Assessment Plan
TDA2.1 - 3.1 + 3.2
CCLDMU2.2 - 3.1

Identify what the word ‘transition’ means.
There are 4 types of transitions
*Emotional - beginning personal experiences such as parent's separating, bereavement, begening or leaving a place of care.
* Physical - change in environments
* Intellectual - maturation, moving from one educational establishment to another.
* Physiological - puberty or medical condition

Common Transitions 0-19 years, possible affects and benefit positive relationship may have:

* Babies weaning
* Loss of a comforter
* Move from crawling to walking
Move from cot to bed
Move from nappies to using the toilet
Starting nursery
Joining primary school
Joining a new nursery or reception class
Moving from one class to another
Losing milk/first or primary teeth and gaining adult/permanent teeth
Starting secondary school
Going through puberty
Starting new college

Less common Transitions 0-19 years
Moving home/area/country
Moving away from home
Starting a new college or university
Change in family structure:
e.g.. Parents separating - divorce, new siblings, new step parent, step children, new baby
Abuse - physical, emotional, sexual, neglect
Significant illness or disability

TDA2.1 - 3.3
How transitions may affect children’s behaviour and development

Babies weaning : Young children may not like the texture or taste of other foods and may lose weight if weaning attempts to replace a milk diet too early. Children may begin to have disturbed sleep patterns, be more irritable whilst awake and less motivated to try new foods.
The positives are that a baby would develop an appetite and experience new textures and tastes.

Move from nappies to using the toilet : Is a potential confidence and self esteem demoraliser. The reassurance that nappies offer can be enormous for both child and...