The educators and children ventured out to the front car park to look at what was happening. The excitement as the children watched the bobcat dig and grind at the road. Educators spoke to the children about the different signs that were out for display being the stop and slow and they council workers allowed the cars to move through their work zone. We would like to thank the workers from Lake Macquarie Council that took the time to talk to the children while completing their job.
Community connections give children a sense of belonging and help them develop social and other skills.
L/O 2.1 Children develop a sense of belonging to groups and communities and an understanding of the reciprocal rights and responsibilities necessary for active community participation.
NQS 6.2.3 Community engagement – The service builds relationships and engages with its community