VICTORIAN EARLY YEARS LEARNING FRAMEWORK​​​
The  Early Years Learning Framework (2009) underpins the program in each room.
Educators notice, recognise and respond to children's learning and development based a combination of principles, practices and the 5 learning outcomes below.
Developing meaningful curriculum involves interactive decision making by children, parents and families, educators and the broader community with the aim of fostering children's learning.
Identity
 
Attachment
Secure Relationships
Self Esteem
Autonomy
Interdependence
Resilience
Personal Agency
Self and Group Identity
Respect
Empathy
Confident &
Involved Learners
 
Learning Dispositions
Problem Solving
Inquiry & Research
Experimentation
Exploration
Resource Own Learning
Creativity & Innovation
Adaptability
Conflict Resolution
Reflection
Collaboration
Communicators
 
Non-Verbal & Verbal Language
Literacy & Numeracy
Self Expression (Language & Arts)
Understand Symbols & Patterns
Use of ICT to Represent Thinking
Connectedness & Contribution
 
Sense of Belonging
Community Engagement
Social Responsibility
Civic Participation
Diversity
Ethics
Fairness
Social Justice
Sustainability
Wellbeing
 
Trust
Confidence
Physical Health & Development
Care of Self & Others
Emotional Wellbeing
Spiritual Wellbeing
Accept Challenges
Celebrate Achievements
BELONGING     BEING     BECOMING
NATIONAL QUALITY FRAMEWORK
QUALITY AREAS 1-7
QA 1: Educational Program & Practice
 
  1.1    The EYLF informs the developement of a                    program for each child that enhances thier                learning and development.
  1.2    The program for each child takes into                          account their strengths, capabilities, culture,              interests and experiences.
QA 2: Children's Health & Safety
 
  2.1    Each child's health is promoted.
  2.2    Healthy eating and physical activity are                        embedded in the program for children.
  2.3    Each child is protected.
QA 3: Physical Environment
 
  3.1    The design and location of the premises is                  appropriate for the operation of a service.
  3.2    The environment is inclusive, promotes                      competence, independent exploration and                learning through play.
QA 4: Staffing Arrangements
 
  4.1    Staffing arrangements enhance                        children's learnin and evelopment                    and ensure their safety and wellbeing.
  4.2    Educators, coordinators abd staff                      have the skills and knowledge to                        support children's learning, health,                  safety and wellbeing.
  4.3    Educators, coordinators and staff                      are respectfull and ethical.
QA 5: Relationships with Children
 
  5.1    Respectful and equitable                                relationships are devloped and                    maintained with each child.
  5.2    Each child is supported to build and            maintain sensitive and responsive                relationships with other children                  and adults.
  5.3    Each child's behaviour, interactions              and relationships are guided                          effectively.
QA 6: Collaberative 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.
  6.4    The service participates in the community.
QA 7: Governance and Leadership
 
  7.1    Effective leadership promotes a positive organisational culture and builds a professional learning community.
  7.2    There is a commitment to coninuous improvement.
  7.3    Management and administrative systems enable the effective provision of a quality service.
  7.4    Adults working with children and those engaged in management of the service or residing on the premises are fit and proper.
  7.5    Grievances and complaints are managed effectively.
  7.6    Information is exchanged with families on a regular basis.