Quality Area 5: Relationships with children

 Quality Area 5 of the National Quality Framework (NQF), is about the relationships that children and Educators share. Ms Alice bonds with the children by reading stories with them and making play-dough with the children. Ms Bernie bonds with the children by talking to them about their portfolio folders and receiving thank you biscuits for her dedication. Ms Nerissa bonds with the children by assisting them in literacy & numeracy activities as well as picking prickles out of Zoe’s hat with the help from Maxwell, Niamh and Sophie. Ms Rina bonds with the children through her health & hygiene sessions when making recipes, reading stories and singing songs. Our centre is currently working on Quality Area 5 and on Saturday 28th April will be our parent involvement session where parents and educators can discuss this Quality Area and the outcomes we aim to achieve.

  • QA 5.1: Respectful and equitable relationships and developed and maintained with each child. (NQF)
  • QA 5.1.3: Each child is supported to feel, secure, confident and included. (NQF)

 

 

 

 

 

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