Publish on 05 Apr 2018
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The Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) has awarded Waratah Cottage Early Learning Centre in Claymore with an ‘Excellent’ rating.
Council's Mayor George Brticevic and Nominated Supervisor of Waratah Cottage Early Learning Centre with Excellent Rating certificate
The excellent rating is the highest rating a service can achieve under the National Quality Framework and is described as “services that provide exceptional education and care, visionary leadership and a commitment to continuous improvement and comprehensive forward planning”. For more information on the excellent rating, please visit the ACECQA website.
The service was recognised for its collaborative partnerships with professional, community and research organisations; positive workplace culture and organisational values; and inclusive partnerships with children and families.
Campbelltown City Council is one of only two Local Government providers in New South Wales to have achieved this quality rating for an early childhood service.
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