Code of Ethics poster. The Early Childhood Australia Code of Ethics is referred to widely within the early childhood field and is highly respected. This A1 poster (841cm x 594cm) sets out the Code of Ethics in clear print and is suitable for display on notice boards in childcare centres and early childhood training environments.
The brochure outlines Early Childhood Australia's Code of Ethics in easy-to-follow point form. The Code of Ethics is referred to widely within the early childhood field and is highly respected. It can be photocopied for distribution at workshops and seminars, or used for teaching ethics to early childhood students or professionals.
The kindergarten also considers the Reggio approach of bringing the outside in. The many windows and doors create a light-filled interior, and clerestory louvred windows allow for natural flow of air to ventilate the space.
The classroom employes a number of techniques to delineate the space and it's functional use. A large circular mat encourages the children to sit and play together informally, while tables are set up which focus on a particular task. The space is kept flexible with moveable furniture and partitions.