Honouring Infancy

$1,000

Infancy is a magical and fleeting time in a person’s life. These souls packaged so neatly into the adorable bodies of babies are primed to explore, experiment and learn in every moment.

Honouring Infancy is a two hour In-Service Workshop centred around understanding the simple yet complex world of infancy so that your team can best support infants and their families.

Infancy is a magical and fleeting time in a person’s life. These souls packaged so neatly into the adorable bodies of babies are primed to explore, experiment and learn in every moment.

At no other time in our lives are we so dependant yet so capable of deep and purposeful contemplation. The thing with this capacity to see the world through such awestruck and purpose driven eyes is that we can only see what the adults put us in front of. Our capacity to learn and understand the world limited only by the big people around us.

Honouring Infancy is a two hour In-Service Workshop centred around understanding the simple yet complex world of infancy so that your team can best support infants and their families in this season of life.

  • Get it stand alone or as part of a customised package for your service. 

* Local face-to-face or ZOOM delivery only. (Darwin and Palmerston only) For face-to-face delivery options available outside of this region please get in contact for a customised package proposal.

Links to the National Quality Framework;

  • NQS Standard 1.2 – Practice. Educators facilitate and extend each child’s learning and development.
  • NQS Element 2.1.1 – Wellbeing and comfort. Each child’s wellbeing and comfort is provided for, including appropriate opportunities to meet each child’s need for sleep, rest and relaxation.
  • NQS Element 3.1.1 – Fit for purpose. Outdoor and indoor spaces, buildings, fixtures and fittings are suitable for their purpose, including supporting the access of every child.
  • NQS Standard 5.1 – Relationships between educators and children.Respectful and equitable relationships are maintained with each child.
  • NQS Standard 6.1 – Supportive relationships with families.Respectful relationships with families are developed and maintained and families are supported in their parenting role.
  • EYLF Principles – 1. Secure, respectful and reciprocal relationships, 2. Partnerships,  5.  Ongoing learning and reflective practice.
  • EYLF Practices – Responsiveness to children, Learning environments, Continuity of learning and transitions.
  • EYLF Learning Outcomes – Children have a strong sense of wellbeing, Children are effective communicators.

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