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Secure, respectful and Ongoing learning and

Partnerships High expectations and equity Respect for diversity

reciprocal relationships reflective practice

Continuity of
Holistic Responsiveness Learning through Intentional Learning Cultural Assessment for
learning and
approaches to children play teaching environments competence learning

Children have a strong sense Children are connected with Children have a strong sense Children are confident and Children are effective
of identity and contribute to their world of wellbeing involved learners communicators

2.1 Children develop a sense

4.1 Children develop
of belonging to groups and
dispositions for learning such
communities and an
3.1 Children become string in as curiosity, cooperation, 5.1 Children interact verbally
1.1 Children feel safe, secure understanding of the
their social and emotional confidence, creativity, and non-verbally with others
and supported reciprocal rights and
wellbeing commitment, enthusiasm, for a range of purposes
responsibilities necessary for
persistence, imagination and
active community

4.2 Children develop a range

1.2 Children develop their 3.2 Children take increasing of skills and processes such as
5.2 Children engage with a
emerging autonomy, inter- 2.2 Children respond to responsibility for their own problem solving, enquiry,
range of texts and gain
dependence, resilience and diversity with respect health and physical experimentation,
meaning from these texts
sense of agency wellbeing hypothesising, researching
and investigating

4.3 Children transfer and

1.3 Children develop 5.3 Children express ideas
2.3 Children become aware adapt what they have
knowledgeable and and make meaning using a
of fairness learned from one context to
confident self-identities range of media

4.4 Children resource their

own learning through
1.4 Children learn to interact 2.4 Children become socially 5.4 Children begin to
connecting with people,
in relation to others with care, responsible and show respect understand how symbols and
place, technologies and
empathy and respect for the environment pattern systems work
natural and processed

5.5 Children use information

and communication
technologies to access
information, investigate ideas
and represent their thinking