Our service is participating in the Achievement program to provide the best healthy environment for the children. The Achievement Program is based on the World Health Organization’s model for health promoting early learning services and uses an internationally-recognised best practice approach for enhancing health, wellbeing, learning and development outcomes. We identify one or more health priorities to focus on in the early stages that reflect the needs and interests of our service.
By embedding the Achievement Program in our service culture we will have happier and healthier children achieving better outcomes. This program allows us to broadly look at health and wellbeing within our early childhood education and care service and determine what policy, cultural and environmental changes are needed to improve the health of our children, staff and wider community. The Achievement Program closely aligns with the National Quality Standard.