CSCM staff actively support parents in their important role.


“The practices of educators and the relationships they form with children and families have a significant effect on children’s involvement and success in learning. We believe that children thrive when families, educators, and the wider community work together in partnership to support children’s well-being and learning. Partnerships with families contribute to building a strong, inclusive community within the service. Continuous, honest, and open two-way communication with educators assists families to feel connected with their children’s experience in education and care and helps them develop trust and confidence in the service.”

Guide to the National Quality Standard Standard 6.1 p148

Supporting children’s first teachers

“Shared decision-making with families supports consistency between children’s experiences at home and at the service, helping children to feel safe, secure, and supported.”

  • CSCM staff know a child’s relationship with their parents is the most important for their learning and development;
  • we respect the home and family of every child and partner with you in their learning, sharing each others knowledge and experience;
  • we encourage parents and staff to talk regularly to enable us to reflect and improve on our practices; and

Guide to the National Quality Standard Standard 6.1 p148

“You will always be your child’s favourite toy.”

Vicki Lansky

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