The National Quality Framework has established a continuous cycle for early childhood settings, involving ongoing reflection, improvement and—importantly—external assessment against the National Quality Standard. The first round of quality ratings for early childhood services were released by the Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority ACECQA on 1 May 2013, and the news was good: nationally, more than half of the services assessed met the standard.

The National Quality Framework has established a continuous cycle for early childhood settings, involving ongoing reflection, improvement and—importantly—external assessment against the National Quality Standard. The first round of quality ratings for early childhood services were released by the Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority ACECQA on 1 May 2013, and the news was good: nationally, more than half of the services assessed met the standard.

When children have opportunities to make choices, to attempt tasks for themselves, and to take on increasing responsibilities, their sense of themselves as competent members of society grows. With strong links to the #EYLF and the #NQS, this e-Newsletter presents detailed information for educators to help support the development of independence and agency in children in a positive and collaborative way.

When children have opportunities to make choices, to attempt tasks for themselves, and to take on increasing responsibilities, their sense of themselves as competent members of society grows. With strong links to the #EYLF and the #NQS, this e-Newsletter presents detailed information for educators to help support the development of independence and agency in children in a positive and collaborative way.

It’s finally here! We are very pleased to launch our new video series—'Getting to know the NQS' http://wp.me/P2wNWe-14t

It’s finally here! We are very pleased to launch our new video series—'Getting to know the NQS' http://wp.me/P2wNWe-14t

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