In the Classroom: Healthy achievers

Mildura Central Early Learning Centre educators Tracey Sherlock, Meg Hickey  Sarah Durbidge, Courtney Turlan and children  Annabelle Pahek, 4, and Isabella McMillian, 5.

Mildura Central Early Learning Centre educators Tracey Sherlock, Meg Hickey Sarah Durbidge, Courtney Turlan and children Annabelle Pahek, 4, and Isabella McMillian, 5.

MILDURA Central Early Learning Centre has worked hard over the past two years to complete all six benchmarks of the Achievement Program, working locally with Healthy Together Mildura and on a state level with the Cancer Council.

Earlier this month, the centre celebrated its achievements throughout the week with educators, parents and children.

Centre director Ainslee Sullivan said by achieving the benchmarks, it had made some exciting and sustainable changes that will positively affect children, families and educators.

“The Achievement Programs also fits in perfectly with the Victorian Early Years Learning Framework along with the National Quality Standards,” she said.

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