One Tree’s Braybrook Early Learning Centre exceeds all seven National Quality Standards

We’re proud to announce that One Tree Braybrook Early Learning Centre recently exceeded all seven National Quality Standards. We couldn’t be prouder of the Braybrook team. They’re committed to the community, children, and families they support, and it shows!

Being rated as exceeding ALL National Quality Standards is no mean feat and should not be underestimated. It shows parents and the community that Braybrook Early Learning Centre offers high-quality play and learning to help children learn and develop.

What are the National Quality Standards?

The National Quality Standards are a key aspect of the National Quality Framework (NQF). They set a high national benchmark for early childhood education and care services in Australia. It helps families make decisions about which service is the right choice for their child and family.

These standards include seven Quality Areas against which services are assessed:

  1. Educational program and practice
  2. Children’s health and safety
  3. Physical environment
  4. Staffing arrangements
  5. Relationships with children
  6. Collaborative partnerships with families and communities
  7. Leadership and service management

We are so proud of our services and the talented educators that run them. Being rated as achieving a high standard of education and care allows us to offer the best possible environment for children. And it helps us reassure families that their much-loved little ones are in the best possible care.

About Braybrook Early Learning Centre (BELC)

The BELC celebrates the diversity of its vibrant community. Culture, language and honouring the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people are part of every day. Offering both three- and four-year-old sessional kindergarten programs, the BELC delivers place-based, inclusive learning within the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework (VEYLDF).

The small and supportive BELC team run a range of ‘out and about’ programs to help children grow to be compassionate human beings who will contribute to a sustainable future.

 

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