I don't see the point in setting up a whole new database and back end (yep.. I was in IT before I moved to OOSH) >
when you have this wonderful community.
Not only that, I actually like to gather ideas from the EYLF community, particularly at this time of the year when transitioning the children successfully is so important to get them connecting to the new environment and routines. And given that some of them are so very young, I like to use ideas put up by the Early Childhood community.
I should also mention that there are times when I set up these more basic types of activities that are often very tactile, that even kids as old as 9 or 10 are still very keen to get involved.
e.g we made a water wall during the school holidays using old milk bottles, funnels and various other bits and pieces. all kids loved it!
I guess you could separate it somewhat into OOSH and then have other sub-categories below it such as NQF, Learning Outcomes, Documentation etc. Behaviour mangement is the big thing I would like to talk about. And how to document patterns in behaviour in a positive way.