Parents Involvement

Developing meaningful relationships with families

We are committed to providing open communication and encourage an active exchange of information. We take pride in providing the highest standards of education and nurturing the development of each individual child.

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There are many ways parents can be involved in the development of the Children.

 

The Quality and Assessment Committee (QAC)

 

“Children learn in the context of their families and families are the primary influence on children’s learning and development” (Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework, pg10 – VEYLDF from the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development).

 

Therefore as a result, we formed the Quality and Assessment Committee (QAC). The QAC is a parent advisory group that collaborates with management and educator’s on multiple facets of the services operations, philosophy, policies and procedures and our Quality Improvement Plan (QIP). Feel free to chat to the Centre Director about how to get involved with the QAC.

 

Our ‘Home Visits’ Program

 

Our unique ‘home visits program’ is United Children’s way of building stronger relationships and ensuring effective communication between the home and the centre.

Home visits are a unique feature of United Children kindergarten and child care programs.Home visits are when your child’s early childhood educator or kindergarten teacher comes to see you and your child in your home at a convenient, pre-arranged time.

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Guest Speakers

 

At United Children we value the opportunity to bring parents and educators together. Our Guest Speaker program provides members of our community with the opportunity to come together and hear from a range of experts. Topics covered vary, and may include early childhood education, parenting, childhood health, safety and wellbeing and more.

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More parent related information:

Calendar of events
Commitment to the community
Our Staff
FAQs