The MTOP Posters With Images can be used to display within the service. Each individual outcome includes an image and the sub-outcomes. The Learning Outcomes are to be used to reflect on children’s learning and focus on what a child can achieve. These include Version 2.0 outcomes which were recently updated (2023).
The following lists the sub-outcomes, examples of evidence when children achieve each sub-outcome and how educators can promote and help children to achieve MTOP Learning Outcome 5 - Children And Young People Are Effective Communicators V2.0.
The following lists the sub-outcomes, examples of evidence when children can achieve each sub-outcome and how educators can promote and help children to achieve MTOP Learning Outcome 1: Children And Young People Have A Strong Sense Of Identity.
All children and young people's integrated and complex wellness, learning, and development are intended to be captured by the five outcomes. The Outcomes are broad and observable. They acknowledge that children and young people in school-age care settings have choices and opportunities to collaborate with each other and educators. The following articles list the 5 MTOP Learning Outcomes and their sub-outcomes (Version 2.0).