Audit

Overview

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Quality Area One: Educational Program and Practice.

1.1: An approved learning framework informs the development of a curriculum that enhances each child's learning and development
1.2: Educators and coordinators are focused, active and reflective in designing and delivering the program for each child.

Quality Area Two: Children's Health and Safety

2.1: Each Child's health and promoted
2.2: Healthy eating and physical activity are embedded in the program for children.
2.3: Each child is protected

Quality Area Three: Physical Environment

3.1: The design and location of the premises is appropriate for the operations of a service.
3.2: The environment is inclusive, promotes competence, independent exploration and learning through play.
3.3: The service takes an active role in caring for its environment and contributes to a sustainable future.

Quality Area Four: Staffing Arrangements

4.1: Staffing arrangements enhance children's learning and development and ensure their safety and wellbeing.
4.2: Educators, coordinators and staff members are respectful and ethical

Quality Area Five: Relationships with Children

5.1: Respectful and equitable relationships are developed and maintained with each child.
5.2: Each child is supported to build and maintain sensitive and responsive relationships with other children and adults

Quality Area Six: Collaborative Partnerships with families and Communities

6.1: Respectful supportive relationships with families are developed and maintained
6.2: Families are supported in their parenting role and their values and beliefs about child rearing are respected
6.3: The service collaborates with other organisations, and service providers to enhance children's learning and wellbeing.

Quality Area Seven; Leadership and Service Management

7.1: Effective leadership promotes a positive organisational culture and builds a professional learning community.
7.2: There is commitment to continuous improvement
7.3: Administrative systems enable the effective management of a quality service.

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