Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct 2017-04-24T09:52:13+00:00

The “Code of Conduct” is the way in which all persons working within Twinkle Family Day Care Pty Ltd manage themselves, their service and the overall service. The protection and wellbeing of children is seen as paramount within the Family Day Care Service.

Coordination Unit staff and Educators shall, at all times:

Promote the health and wellbeing of children;

Act in the best interests of all children at all times;

Respect the rights of Educators, children and families, ensuring all interactions are fair and lawful;

Treat each child with respect and courtesy, valuing them as individuals;

Recognise and respect that parents are the primary carers for their children and acknowledge individual family strengths, supporting the parent’s role;

Encourage positive relationships by developing strong partnerships based on honesty, integrity, trust and respect;

Recognise the positive personal and professional strengths individuals bring to the Service;

Share resources, experiences and knowledge with colleagues;

Promote democracy in relation to decision making

Promote an environment where staff and Educators are encouraged to explore different opportunities for themselves and children in care through further education;

Ensure that inclusivity is encouraged when children from diverse backgrounds and abilities are in care;

Abide by all Service policies and procedures.

The “Code of Conduct” is the way in which all persons working within Twinkle Family Day Care Pty Ltd manage themselves, their service and the overall service. The protection and wellbeing of children is seen as paramount within the Family Day Care Service.

Coordination Unit staff and Educators shall, at all times:

Promote the health and wellbeing of children;

Act in the best interests of all children at all times;

Respect the rights of Educators, children and families, ensuring all interactions are fair and lawful;

Treat each child with respect and courtesy, valuing them as individuals;

Recognise and respect that parents are the primary carers for their children and acknowledge individual family strengths, supporting the parent’s role;

Encourage positive relationships by developing strong partnerships based on honesty, integrity, trust and respect;

Recognise the positive personal and professional strengths individuals bring to the Service;

Share resources, experiences and knowledge with colleagues;

Promote democracy in relation to decision making

Promote an environment where staff and Educators are encouraged to explore different opportunities for themselves and children in care through further education;

Ensure that inclusivity is encouraged when children from diverse backgrounds and abilities are in care;

Abide by all Service policies and procedures.