Contents for Every Child Vol. 18 No. 1


What next? Reflecting critically on the Early Years Learning Framework—Anne Stonehouse

Guest Statement

Four years from ‘Sorry’—Jo Goodwin


The introduction of the National Quality Framework: A significant milestone in our history—Heather Barnes

Valuing play: The Early Years Learning Framework in schools—Rose Devlin

Leading your team with the National Quality Standard and the Early Years Learning Framework—Stephanie Wardle

Another perspective: Working with your team—Glenn Taylor

Indigenous culture: It’s everybody’s business—Jo Goodwin

The Early Years Learning Framework in family day care—Deborah Conway

Numeracy in the early years—Margaret Sims

Collaborating with families: Not a problem!—Anne Stonehouse

Connecting with families in very remote communities—Giulia Elliott-Hall

More meaningful ways through culturally responsive approaches—Cynthia a Beckett, Svetlana Konakov and John Robertson


Vale Fraser Mustard—Pam Linke


Tumultuous times: Natural disasters, media and children’s fears—Toni Deer


Myths about the Early Years Learning Framework and the National Quality Standard—Judy Radich


Family stories—Kate Turner


The KidsMatter Early Childhood pilot—Tracey Ezzy


Interview with Jennifer Sumsion

Professional Development

Learning through professional conversations—Sue Grieshaber


A better start for children with disability—Turong Francis


Everyday learning about fears and anxieties—Diana Roe


Strengthening immunisation for children—Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs

Book reviews

Everyday learning about promoting positive behaviour

Social inclusion and the Early Years Learning Framework: A way of working

Let’s go to Pre-School

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