Curriculum & Portfolios

15 March, 2019

Child learning documentation monitoring

We provide you with a document to track and document the individual documentation for each child.
13 March, 2019

The planning cycle

There is the never ending search to find a perfect template that will spell out the best and most time efficient way to document the planning cycle and define […]
10 September, 2015

The Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF)

If you were to sum up in one sentence what the EYLF encapsulates it would be: Know what you do and why you do it! The EYLF stands for […]
2 September, 2015

Reflective practice

Reflective practices challenges us as educators to critically evaluate and examine our practice. The term ‘reflective practice’ has become a widely referred to terminology since the implementation of the EYLF. It […]
2 September, 2015

Group learning stories

There are both group learning stories and individual learning stories. What is the difference? Group learning stories follow the same guidelines and it is formatted the same as a […]
2 September, 2015

Learning stories

Learning stories may be a new phrase to some. So what are they and are they essential? A  learning story is a narrative that describes the experience/learning that occurred […]
1 September, 2015

Child portfolios

Portfolios are a journey of a child’s learning and development in a visual way. With the introduction of the EYLF there has been the introduction of the child portfolio. Portfolios […]
1 September, 2015

Common observations myths

There are so many varying ways that services and individual educators do things it often leaves many questions and myths for educators, especially new to the industry educators. Observations make […]
1 September, 2015

Types of observations

Observations can capture a moment in time for the child and the experience. When documenting a child’s observation there are different formats that can be chosen, however, generally the […]
1 September, 2015


Observations are crucial for all early childhood settings. They ‘paint a picture’. Observation is an essential part of early years daily practice in all kinds of settings, including in […]
10 January, 2012

Writing positively in child observations

An observation describes an action, event or moment in time. Observations are a great tool and key element of the care and education of children. It may be tempting […]
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