IPSP Online Resource Library catalog › Results of search for 'kw,wrdl: my time our place' 10-early-childhood-chapter7.pdf. Quality Area posters. Title Slide. MTOP child wellbeing and outcomes. Play in school context. NQF. Literature Review pertinent to the development of a Framework for School Age Care (Jennifer Cartmel) Growth of the School Age Care Sector The description of the growth of the SAC sector provides a background for discussion about the status of SAC services within the „care‟ domain and their role as the „invisible‟ partner for working parents with school age children.
Further, the relationships among each of thestakeholders in the SAC sector including children, parents, staff, schools, auspicing bodies,service providers, and governments are complex, as each has differing perceptions and wideranging concerns about the role and responsibilities of the SAC sector. This contributes to thedifficulties of reporting about the sector. Providing a „safe haven‟ for working parents to leave their children so that they are able to participate in the workforce and secondly, contribute to the symbolic reproduction of oursociety as children participate in socialisation processes while they are the responsibility of the SAC staff (Cartmel, 2007). A child‟s. Leadership Capability Framework for Early Childhood Education and Care and School Age Care: Leadership practices in contexts of education and care, diversities and complexities.
Leadership Capability Framework for Early Childhood Education and Care and School Age Care: Leadership practices in contexts of education and care, diversities and complexities.
ECA has focused on the development of early childhood teaching standards for a number of years because the development of highly accomplished practice, leadership capabilities and standards is core work for a profession. Standards and capabilities provide frameworks for professionals to chart their own professional growth and build a program of professional learning.
The authority for this work is ECA’s strategic directions which carry a clear commitment to the development of early childhood professional standards. Thank you to all those who contributed to and participated in the consultation round which was conducted in June 2012. The findings and feedback from this will inform further work. Let the children play, new national guidelines advise. It's all fun and games.
Photo: Jamie Wicks Fun and creativity are the order of the day for after-school care. IT'S something educators have known for a long time, but now it is official: play and having fun are central to the learning and development of children. New national regulations covering thousands of children in before and after-school care will ensure they are provided with stimulating learning experiences rather than loaded with craft activities or plonked in front of a television. From January 1, staff at Victoria's 1200 out-of-hours care centres must follow a national framework aimed at extending what was learnt during the school day through play. Advertisement The guidelines recognise the importance of play, particularly in the way it develops creativity, teaches sociability, negotiating and linguistic skills, and stresses that learning is not limited to a time or place.
IPSU MTOP. My Time Our Place - The Front Page. National Out of School Hours Association (NOSHSA) Current Issues on NOSHSA's Agenda OSHC services will come under a single set of regulations as part of the new National Quality framework (NQF) to be introduced across centre based services (including OSHC) and Family Day care on January 1st 2012. top School Age Care Framework It is an exciting time for the school age care sector in Australia.
Governments are developing a national school age care framework. The draft framework is now released for reading and reflection. Download the DRAFT framework >> Download the Facilitated Discussion Paper >> NEW Download Framework Consultation Forum dates/venues >> Questions and Answers Why do we need a framework? For the first time in Australia, governments will publicly acknowledge through the existence of this framework three very important facts: Quality school age care enhances children’s development. Where does this framework fit into the new Quality System?
'My Time, Our Place' - Framework for school age care in Australia. The supports the ongoing development of children in school age care services.
It ensures that they have opportunities to participate in leisure and play-based activities that are responsive to their needs, interests, and choices.