Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework. Information for families . What is the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework?. A document which describes what children should learn between the age of birth and eight years
Victorian Early Years Learningand Development Framework
Information for families
The Framework aims to highlight the importance of:
The Framework identifies five learning outcomes for all children from birth to eight years.
These outcomes have a broad view of the kind of knowledge and skills all children need for them to become confident and happy through their life.
Having a strong sense of identity means that children can:
Being connected with and contributing to the world means that children can:
Having a strong sense of wellbeing means that children:
Being a confident and involved learner means that children:
Being an effective communicator means that children:
Early childhood professionals will:
Families are the most important people in supporting children’s learning and development. You can support your child’s learning at home by:
There’s also a range of services you can access which have early
childhood programs including:
If you have concerns about your child’s learning, you can talk to your early
childhood educator or your maternal and child health nurse who can
provide you with advice or a referral.
Development Statement, for your child. This helps Prep teachers to get to know your child and plan