Quality Area 6 has two standards that support building collaborative partnerships with families and communities to enhance children’s inclusion, learning and wellbeing as they transition through the early years into school and/or attend outside school hours care services.
Quality Area 5 has two standards that focus on relationships between educators and children, and between children and their peers.
Quality Area 4 has two standards that focus on the organisation and professionalism of educators, staff and management.
Quality Area 3 has two standards that focus on the design of service facilities and the use of the service’s physical environment to support children’s experiences.
Quality Area 1 has three standards that focus on the educational program, educational practice, and assessment and planning for each child’s learning and development.
The National Quality Standard (NQS) of Australia sets a national benchmark for the quality of education and care services and includes seven quality areas that are important to outcomes for children.
Quality Area 7 focuses on effective leadership and governance of the service to establish and maintain quality environments for children’s learning and development.
Quality Area 6 focuses on supportive, respectful relationships with families which are fundamental to achieving quality outcomes for children. Community partnerships that are based on active communication, consultation and collaboration also contribute to children’s inclusion, learning and wellbeing.
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