Tag: EYLF reporting

Sep

Help Is Always On Hand

Kinderloop was created to make the life of Educators across the globe simpler. We understand that Educator’s have many responsibilities… it’s no small task educating the future generations! Occasionally the paperwork can be overwhelming and that’s where we come in… our purpose is to lessen the load. Allowing Educators to stay on top of documentation, […]

Sep

Meet Our Educators: Jayne Parums – Kidiwinks Family Daycare

There’s nothing like getting inspiration from other passionate Educators! Meet Jayne. She’s been running her Family Daycare, Kidiwinks FDC, in Sydney, for TWELVE years! She’s got two beautiful girls of her own, so like many of us, has her hands full! Q – What is the best thing about working with little people?A – Children […]

Aug

Improving Family Engagement

Easy ways to improve family engagement and strengthen relationships within your service. Educators, did you know that within your private Kinderloop you can improve family engagement in a few simple ways that can have a great impact. Family commentsSwitching on Family comments allows families to comment back on your awesome posts! Family comments can be […]

Aug

Ways Kinderloop can help ​YOU with ​Assessment and Rating

Hello fellow Kinderloopers! I want to show you some simple steps to help your centre prepare for assessment and rating, using your private Kinderloop in a variety of ways. Let’s start with creating a post of your choosing. Whether it’s a post about a child, a group of children, an observation, or a reflection. After […]

Sep

Examining the NQS within Digital Documentation: Relationships with Children and Families (Quality Area 5 and 6)

Families are children’s first and most important teachers. From birth, children are learning from those closest to them. When children enter the care environment, the educators within their early childhood centre will have a significant influence on how those children grow and develop. The relationships that exist within an early childhood centre play a crucial […]

Jul

Examining the NQS within Digital Documentation: Staffing & Service Leadership (Quality Area 4 and 7)

Staffing arrangements and service leadership mostly cover administration and policy areas of early childhood education and care services. These include important areas like educator-to-child ratios, ethical and respectful practice, continuity of care and striving for continuous improvement. For educators in an early childhood setting, communication is a vital tool.  With routines to be communicated and […]

Jun

Examining the NQS within Digital Documentation: Health, Safety and the Physical Environment (Quality Area 2, 3)

Since its introduction, the National Quality Standards have raised the bar for facilities providing care and education for children. The task of documenting your centre’s progress and engagement with the quality areas can be a daunting task for leaders and educators alike. Recording evidence, milestones, ideas and progress is easy with Kinderloop! Providing evidence of […]

May

Curriculum and educational program: Infinite possibilities!

In every child care educator’s day, there are a significant number of tasks to be completed: engaging in meaningful interactions with the children in our care, completing a myriad of routine tasks, observing the learning of children, and programming the curriculum for the interests and skills observed. “Curriculum: in the early childhood setting curriculum means […]

Apr

Programming time: eeeek!!

Ok, so you have your chunk of time off the floor to do your “programming”. What do I do? For most educators this time is precious and jam-packed with expectations! Depending on the centre, educators may have a focus group of children that is their responsibility to observe and program for, or may make a […]