How well does our service promote and extend each child’s learning and development through providing a high quality programme?
How effective is our:
What is the quality of the programme children experience?
What expectations do we have about children’s learning and development?
How well do we promote positive outcomes for children through acknowledging and supporting:
How well do we promote children’s emotional safety and security?
How well do our environment and resources support children’s:
Professional leadership and high quality teaching
What is the quality of our service’s leadership in: curriculum development, programme implementation, quality improvement and involving parents in the service?
What is the quality of teaching practice, demonstrated through interactions between educators and children?
How effective are our educators in responding to children’s learning needs?
How effective is management in setting the direction for our service?
How well does management meet its obligations to be a good employer?
How effective are our systems for managing the performance, and identifying and meeting the professional development needs, of educators?
How effective is our self review in bringing about improvements that are likely to impact positively on children’s learning, development and wellbeing?
How does our service’s philosophy impact on our service’s operation, including the programme planned for children?
How effectively are our families/whānau involved in:
How well are our parents kept informed?
How effective are our systems for resolving concerns and complaints?
How welcoming is our service to parents and whānau and how effective are the opportunities they have for interaction with educators?