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Programming & Documentation OSHC – Hobart

March 5 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Capturing My Time, Our Place in your space

“Given that one of the most important reasons for documenting children’s learning is to inform our pedagogy or practice, how do we connect what we know about children’s learning to what we do every day? How can we make sure there are direct links?” – Anne Stonehouse



A two-part workshop series that will support you to explore with your team the what, why and how of developing an effective OSHC program that supports the needs of children.

Workshop 1 (3 hours)

  • What are the key features of an OSHC program?
  • What are the elements of the curriculum planning and documentation cycle?
  • What are the expectations of the NQS in relation to programming and documentation?

Workshop 2 (3 hours)

  • Quality over quantity – documenting children’s learning in a recreational setting
  • Responding to the needs of children
  • The planning cycle in practice in a recreational setting


This workshop will leave you with:

  • further insight into My Time, Our Place and bringing this to life.
  • enhanced ability to document play and learning in meaningful ways.
  • a clear knowledge of how documentation underpins the delivery of OSHC settings.
  • an understanding of how to create diverse programs that meet or exceed Quality Area 1 of the National Quality Standard.


First session: Tuesday 5th March 2019

Second session: Wednesday 20th March 2019

Times: 10:00am – 1:00pm

Facilitator: Scott Gibson

Cost: $175.00 (excl GST & admin fee)

15% discount for 2 or more educators from the same OSHC service. 


The National Quality Standard:

QA 1.1 The educational program enhances each child’s learning and development.

QA 1.1.3 All aspects of the program, including routines, are organised in ways that maximize opportunities for each child’s learning.

QA 1.2.1 Educators are deliberate, purposeful, and thoughtful in their decisions and actions.

QA 1.3.2 Critical reflection on children’s learning and development, both as individuals and in groups, drives program planning and implementation.

This workshop is also available as an all service/organisation customised session. Contact us for more information.


March 5
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Lady Gowrie Integrated Child and Family Centre
346 Macquarie Street
South Hobart, Tasmania 7004 Australia
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