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EYLF and NQS without Tears - Fourth edition

A step-by-step guide

The EYLF and NQS without Tears provides a pathway to help you navigate Belonging, Being & Becoming: Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF V2.0, 2022) and the National Quality Standard (NQS).  

The resource explains the updated EYLF principles and practices. It provides an understanding of each principle, summarises the practices that underpin the principles, and describes how learning stories can be used as a means of EYLF documentation. There are also questions to guide your reflection on the EYLF Outcomes:  

  • Outcome 1: Identity  
  • Outcome 2: Community  
  • Outcome 3: Wellbeing  
  • Outcome 4: Learning  
  • Outcome 5: Communication  

The EYLF and NQS without Tears simplifies the NQS standards and elements. It supplies early childhood education (ECE) centres with ideas on how to demonstrate the NQS standards. Even better, these are practices already in use at other centres.  

Lastly, the ECE resource has several templates that can be adapted to suit your setting - making it easy for you to implement the EYLF and NQS.  

As well as being available as a hardcopy, you can purchase The EYLF and NQS without Tears ebook to gain immediate access.   

Ages: 0-5 | Pages: 102 | Code: TS0326 | ISBN: 9781922530844

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Susie Rosback

Susie is the owner operator of Holy Trinity Early Learning Centre in Kew, Victoria. She has completed a Master of Education, Diploma of Teaching Early Childhood and a Bachelor of Education Early Childhood and earned the "exemplary" teacher classification with VETASSESS. She has also won the NEiTA ASG Inspirational Teachers State and Territory Award and been nominated for the national award. Susie taught kindergarten for 20 years, lectured at Deakin University, presented at conferences and co-authored five books. Through her consulting business, she has supported the wider community in achieving exceeding in the NQS.

Susie specialises in art and children’s artistic development. As owner operator of her own service, Susie is now enjoying the executive role of early learning and supporting her team to create an early learning service with a difference in Melbourne.

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Sarah Wilson

Sarah (B.Ed, Grad Dip EC) is a passionate early childhood teacher who has worked in the early childhood (EC) sector for over 15 years. She has taught in several sessional kinder settings and early learning centres and worked in educator roles from education leader through to lunchtime cover. Part of Sarah’s teaching focus has been supporting children and families with additional needs and developing inclusive, respectful practices for all children and families. She has a passion for teaching wellbeing in EC settings with a focus on kindness, empathy and mindfulness. Sarah prefers to apply elements of emergent curriculum, the arts and bush/nature play opportunities when developing programs with children. Sarah is an enthusiastic educator, who keeps building meaningful connections with children, families and colleagues at the forefront of every interaction.

Sarah is co-author of The EYLF and NQS without Tears with Susie Rosback and author of Outside the Square: 55 practical ideas for early years educators. She is committed to continuing to contribute to the EC sector and advocating for the wellbeing of children, their family/carers and educators.