Feedback for our Early Education Centres from Families:
“They have made learning fun”

“It’s a warm, caring environment. Staff are dynamic and committed.”

At Northside Community Service we are committed to continuous improvement in our educational programs and practice. This includes how and why we document children’s learning and our own teaching strategies as Educators. The National Quality Framework outlines the importance of robust and meaningful documentation to support assessment of children’s journey towards the learning outcomes, and our planning of educational programs to help that journey.

Below you will find selected examples from our Centres of documentation of children’s learning, our learning environments and spaces, long-term project work and other examples of practice. We thank the Educators whose work is featured below for sharing their professional documentation.

Outdoor environments – Treehouse in the Park 2015

 

Learning environments that nurture and support the exploration, curiosity and engagement of children in their own learning are a crucial part of our educational programs. We’re committed to developing spaces that foster children’s independence and sense of agency, and respect children’s abilities as competent and capable contributors to the centre and community.

Early Education Experiences