All posts by Beth Clements

Beth is an Australian educator with 12 years of childcare experience with a strong passionate interest in the Birth-3 age group. Beth has worked as an educator in a variety of centres in a variety of rolls. Currently responsible for practice in over 150 centres.

Documenting the EYLF planning cycle

When planning, documentation is essential and all the elements of the Early Years Learning Framework’s ongoing planning cycle need to be considered.   In this blog we unpack the planning cycle’s five separate sections: observe, assess, plan, implement and evaluate. Under each section we will share insights on how rich pedagogical documentation can serve as evidence of planning and support...

/ July 12, 2024

Top 5 Storypark Tips to support the EYLF and the NQF

Storypark is an important tool for communicating with parents about the development of their children and it can also be used in other ways to support the Early Years Learning Framework and the National Quality Framework. As an advocate for Storypark I look at ways the centres can use this tool to assist them with not only their programming and...

/ May 2, 2017

The workout for children: A different kind of Village

Our latest guest post is from Beth Clements from Affinity Education Group in Australia. Beth is a passionate educator who works as a consultant in the Early Years framework with a mission to empower educators to change the lives of children one connection at a time. A child arrives into this world with knowledge and capabilities, they are wired to...

/ December 14, 2016