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NSW Department of Education celebrates excellent rating for Lansvale Public Preschool

Lansvale Public School Preschool has the distinction of being the first Department of Education Preschool in NSW to be awarded ACECQA’s Excellent rating, meeting recently with the Department to discuss how they develop numeracy and literacy with children, and their parent modules, created to support families to understand the vital role they play developing their children’s literacy and numeracy skills.

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by Freya Lucas

Continuous improvement pays off for Seaton Community Children’s Centre

Seaton Community Childrens Centre recently spoke with South Australia’s Regulatory Authority, the Education Standards Board (ESB) about its journey of continuous improvement, reflecting on moving from being rated as Working Towards the National Quality Standard (NQS) in 2019 to Meeting in 2021.

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by Freya Lucas

Quality improvement accelerates with LDC and private for profit services leading the way says ACECQA Snapshot

86 per cent of all early childhood education and care (ECEC) services in Australia are now rated meeting or exceeding the National Quality Standard (NQS), a new record, according to the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) NQF Q2 2021 Snapshot.

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by Jason Roberts

Xplor marks launch of new NQS guide series with release of Quality Area 1 report

Childcare management software provider Xplor has released a new free report for early childhood education and care (ECEC) services to help improve ratings in Quality Area 1 of the National Quality Standard (NQS) as part of a new series of reports dedicated to supporting improvement in quality ratings.

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by Marketplace Editor

Director at St Nicholas Newcastle West shares her Exceeding insights

St Nicholas Early Education Newcastle West was awarded an ‘Exceeding’ rating by the Australian Children’s Education & Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) in 2018.

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by Freya Lucas

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