Positive Behaviour 2014

Dear Parents,

As we all know it is important to always encourage our children and acknowledge any positive behaviours and achievements. We understand that as parents, you all will have many moments where you have been proud of your child, so we would like to encourage you all to write a few positive lines about your child and any constructive things they have done. We can then read these out to all the children during group time as a way of affirmation and encouragement.


Children celebrate the joys of making and having friends with our friendship theme. These behaviours are reinforced when children worked together to draw a picture, send each other thank you card for acts of kindness, learn to read each other’s names, and act out friendship skits.

With friendship children got ample opportunities for discussion, decision-making, cooperation, and evaluation. During friendship activities children showed great interest and enthusiasm. Educators routinely planed and delivered a wide variety of educational experiences, which incorporate music, art, dramatic play and motor development.

EYLF Outcome: children re effective communicators-childrn use information and communication technologies to access information, investigate ideas and represent their thinking. E.g. ‘provide children with access to a range of technologies’ (p.44)

NQS: Areas: 1,5,6,7

EYLF Outcome: children are effective communicators-children express ideas and make meaning using a range of media. E.g. ‘use language and engage in play to imagine and create roles, scripts, and ideas’ (p. 42

NQS: Areas: 1,5

EYLF Outcome 2. children are connected with and contribute to their word-children respin to diversity with respect. E.g. ‘plan experiences and provide resources that broaden children’s perspectives and encourage appreciation of diversity’ (p.27)

NQS: Areas: 1,2,5,6,

EYLF Outcome 1 children have a storn sense of identity –children learn to interact in relation to others with care, empathy and respect. E.g.’ express a wide range of emotions, thoughts and views constructively’ (p.24)

NQS: Areas: 1,5,6

EYLF Outcome 3. children have a strong sense of wellbeing-children take increasing responsibility for their own health and physical wellbeing. E.g. ‘promote continuity of children’s personal health and hygiene by sharing ownership of routines and schedules with children, families and the community’ (p.32)

NQS: Areas: 1,2,3,5,6