The Frameworks guides educators in developing quality programs for children. It describes the early childhood pedagogy (principles and practice) and the outcomes required to support and enhance young children’s learning from birth to five years of age, including their transition to school. Through the Framework’s five learning goals educators will assist your child to develop: A strong sense of their identity Connections with their world A strong sense of wellbeing Confidence and involvement in their learning Effective communication skills It is a priority for Coomera Clubhouse to offer parents peace of mind that their children are being provided with care and attention of the highest standard. This means being at the cutting edge of best practice in early childhood development. Coomera Clubhouse implements the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guidelines (QKLG) through an Emergent Curriculum. An Emergent Curriculum is based on the interests of a child and or group of children which encourages children to learn through play, sparked by an interest that they have initiated. Our team of Educators builds on these interests to channel children’s learning, exploration and discovery. Planning this curriculum requires observation, discussion, documentation, reflection, creativity and discussions with children, families and educators. Each child will have their own portfolio which contains photos, artwork samples and observations of learning and development. Your child’s portfolio is available for you to view and have input to at any time. Your child’s room will also show ongoing learning through daily learning journals/books, photographs, project work, learning stories and program documenting the day’s progress.