My Time, Our Place (School Age Care)

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Educators find ways to link their reconciliation vision and plans to daily planning and practices around the My Time, Our Place Framework. Doing this means reconciliation is in everyday teaching and learning.

The My Time, Our Place (MTOP) extends Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) principles, practices and outcomes to school-age care settings. It was designed for educators to use in partnership with children, their families, and the community. 

The framework gives a minimum standard of quality for teaching practices that impact the hearts, minds and actions of learners. 
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives are explicit throughout the MTOP including the vision, principles, practices and outcomes.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives is an explicit principle of the framework, which outlines teachers’ and educators’ professional obligations to embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ways of knowing and being. 

Teaching and learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ways of knowing and being supports the Framework’s five intended learning outcomes:
1. Children and young people have a strong sense of identity.
2. Children and young people are connected with and contribute to their world.
3. Children and young people have a strong sense of wellbeing.
4. Children and young people are confident and involved learners.
5. Children and young people are effective communicators.

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