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Our Child:Our Learner Profile


Our curriculum is also guided by our image of the child - our child:our learner which has bee developed by the CELC educators who have drawn from professional and practical experience and early childhood education theories. Our Child:Our Learner is a living document within our curriculum and is evident in our daily practice, and is influential in our documentation and assessment of children’s learning.

Our Child:Our Learner links in with our daily learning program, What happens in a day at CELC . We colour code our daily learning program to marry up the learning concepts described in our ‘Our Child: Our Learner’ profile and believe that our learning programs enable children in our care to develop essential skills in problem solving, theory building and knowledge.

Belonging, Being & Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia

The Early Years Learning Framework is a key component of the Australian Government’s National Quality Framework for early childhood education and care.  The framework describes the principles, practice and outcomes, essential to support and enhance young children’s learning from birth to five years of age, as well as their transition to school. Play-based learning is the focus for the framework, and has been identified as the source of creating the most stimuli for brain development and therefore the best vehicle for children’s learning. 

The Early Years Learning Framework guides our learning program and reminds that learning in the early years is dynamic, fluctuating and directed by the interests, curiosities and explorations of children. 


More information regarding Belonging, Being & Becoming: The early Years Learning Framework for Australia

 

 
   
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