The IOP Early Learners Framework (ELF) is a guide to support early childhood programs in IOP. With six principles. the framework provide a shared understanding of how young children experience and interact with the world around them.
Statement of Principles is based on beliefs, values, and experiences:
What is the IOP Quality Framework?
A: IOP Quality Framework (IOP QF) is aimed at bringing consistency to the level of quality of early learning and care in the critical areas of education, health and safety with in IOP. The IOP QF will also provide clearer and comprehensive information for families so they can choose the best services for their child. The main reforms being implemented through the IOP QF are:
Curriculum guided learning frameworks
Improved staff-to-child ratios
New staff qualification requirements
New quality rating system
IOP QF focus on the 7 pillars of standards and quality
Educational program and practice
Children's health and safety
Relationships with children
Collaborative partnerships with families and communities
Leadership and service management
IOP Early Learning Framework
IOP Early Learning Framework (IOP ELF) describes the principles, practices, and outcomes essential to support and enhance young children’s learning from birth to five years of age, as well as their transition to school. It’s a series of activities and themes to support your child’s learning and development as a part of IOP ELF for early childhood education and care.
The framework has a strong emphasis on the importance of communication, early literacy, numeracy, language, social and emotional development helping your child to develop: • a strong sense of identity. • connections with their world. • a strong sense of wellbeing. • confidence and involvement in their learning • effective communication skills.