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Woodlands Education Philosophy:

https://woodlandelc.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/8256251821071--Woodlands-Education-Philosophy 

 

Quality area 1:

Educational program and practice.

National Law: Section 168
National Regulations: Regulations 73–76

Standard 1.1 An approved learning framework informs the development of a curriculum that enhances each child’s learning and development
  Element 1.1.1 Curriculum decision making contributes to each child’s learning and development outcomes in relation to their identity, connection with community, wellbeing, confidence as learners and effectiveness as communicators.
  Element 1.1.2 Each child’s current knowledge, ideas, culture, abilities and interests are the foundation of the program.
  Element 1.1.3 The program, including routines, is organised in ways that maximise opportunities for each child’s learning.
  Element 1.1.4 The documentation about each child’s program and progress is available to families.
  Element 1.1.5 Every child is supported to participate in the program.
  Element 1.1.6 Each child’s agency is promoted, enabling them to make choices and decisions and influence events and their world.
Standard 1.2   Educators and co-ordinators are focused, active and reflective in designing and delivering the program for each child.
  Element 1.2.1 Each child’s learning and development is assessed as part of an ongoing cycle of planning, documentation and evaluation.
  Element 1.2.2 Educators respond to children’s ideas and play and use intentional teaching to scaffold and extend each child’s learning.
  Element 1.2.3  
Quality Area 6:  Collaborative Partnerships with Families and Communities
Standard 6.1

Respectful, supportive relationships with families are developed and maintained.

  Element 6.2.2

Effective partnerships support children’s access, inclusion, and participation in the program. Respectful, supportive relationships with families are developed and maintained.

Quality area 7:

Governance and Leadership

Standard 7.1  Effective leadership promotes a positive organisational culture and builds a professional learning community
  Element 7.1.4  Ensure a suitably qualified and experienced educator or co-ordinator leads the development of the curriculum and ensures the establishment of clear goals and expectations for teaching and learning.

 

 

Education Policy:

https://woodlandelc.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/900001707366-Education-Curriculum-and-Learning-Policy-QA1 

Children classroom transition:

https://woodlandsteam.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/6064839370895--Child-Classroom-Transitions-Process

Curriculum plan:

https://woodlandsteam.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/6954450261647--Termly-Planning-Cycle 

Summative assessment: 

 

Incursion and excursion:

 

Technology guide:

https://stonly.com/sl/700a4885-2257-4256-bcbe-114a4634782f/Steps/

Kinder program expectation:

https://woodlandsteam.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/9375569874063--Kindergarten-expectation-at-Woodlands

Transition statements:

 

Education and Care Services National Regulations link: 
https://www.acecqa.gov.au/sites/default/files/2018-01/NQF-Resource-02-Guide-to-ECS-Law-Regs.pdf 

 

 

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