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Children begin to learn that music and movement communicate messages and represents actions. Music naturally delights and moves most children. Throughout the early childhood years, children are learning to do new things with their body and music and movement encourages…
Quality Area 6 – Collaborative Partnerships With Families and Communities enables services to build respectful relationships. This provides children with the opportunity to develop a positive sense of self and experience respectful relationships. . Collaborative partnerships are achieved when the…
Quality Area 5 - Relationships With Children provides a sense of connection to support children and development of their identity and social and emotional competence. Exploring and learning to socialise appropriately with others, and to manage feelings, behaviours and responsibilities…
The e-safety Early Years Program has been designed to support and improve online safety for children.
It's cold and flu season, which means snotty noses and dealing with constant running noses, getting sneezed on and at times you may notice the changes of nasal mucus colour and texture.
Quality Area 4 - Staffing Arrangements requires services to have sufficient educators and staff members available at all times when children are present. Educators are likely to be responsive, purposeful and reflective when staffing arrangements at the service enable them…
A yarning circle is the practice of speaking and listening from the heart, for sitting together to talk and listen and share ideas and stories.
Raising awareness about Aboriginal culture is an important aspect of children’s learning and growing a bush tucker garden, children will show a growing appreciation for native edible Australian plants.
Virtual excursions enable Educators to use digital technology to immerse children in a range of learning opportunities from the comfort of the service. Children can explore and visit many destinations throughout Australia, rain hail or shine to learn about what…
Quality Area 3 – Physical environment is to ensure it is safe and designed to provide a range of experiences to engage children in a variety of experiences to protect children's development and learning.
Quality Area 2 – Children's Health and Safety requires all stakeholders to have responsibility for supporting the health, protection, safety and wellbeing of all children. In exercising their responsibilities, they must take reasonable care to protect children from foreseeable risk…
Quality Area 1 – Educational Program and Practice, informs educators to implement intentional and responsive practices balanced with child directed learning. It also draws attention to the importance of engaging in critical reflection to drive program planning and the assessment…
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