What is the NQF? The National Quality Framework (NQF) provides a national approach to regulation, assessment and quality improvement for early childhood education and care and outside school hours care services across Australia.
This flyer set covers everything families need to know about the NQF and what this means for their child. Every centre should have this collection at the front of their service to help families develop an understanding of the NQF which will further enhance learning outcomes for children.
The NQF Information for Families set includes:
- NQF Flyer-What this means for your child
- NQS Flyer- What this means for your child
- Belonging, Being, Becoming Flyer-What this means for your child
- Principles and Practices Flyer-What this means for your child
- MTOP Flyer-What this means for your child
- QKLG Flyer- What this means for your child
- EYLF Flyer-What this means for your child
- VEYLDF Flyer- What this means for your child
This collection helps families understand the benefits of the NQF and what each part is about and means for their child.
This set also includes an editable version that you can add your own centre logo to.
Standard 6.-1 Supportive relationship with families
Element 6.1.3 Families are supported Current information is available to families about the service and relevant community services and resources to support parenting and family wellbeing.
Element 1.3.3-Information for families-Families are informed about the program and their child's progress.
NQF Trifold Flyer Set for Families
The Educators Domain is proudly using artwork created by Stephen Hogarth an authentic aboriginal artist based in Qld.
Stephen is an Aboriginal contemporary artist, a descendant from the Kamilaroi nation and family going up throughout Southern Queensland.
Growing up in different places, Stephen learnt his art form from the Elders from where he lived at the time.
His art means a lot to him and his culture. He has won many awards and has a great eye and reputation for fine detailed art. Working with many different places including designing the Brisbane Lions and Qld Reds Indigenous jerseys.
Also doing artwork for businesses like IOR Petroleum, Work Pac, Lifeline Qld Government plus heaps more, Stephen is well versed with professional work ethics and Aboriginal artwork.
Stephen was given the Aboriginal name Baayama by an Elder meaning Warrior Creator. Artist: Stephen Hogarth View all of his inspiring artwork at www.hogartharts.com.au www.hogartharts.redbubble.com