By Wah Kalsa
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In Australia, three states and territories—South Australia, Australian Capital Territory and Tasmania—have integrated children’s services and education portfolios to facilitate structural continuity for young children. In Denmark, Italy, Norway, Sweden and the UK, an increasing number of local authorities have reorganised local administrations and political committees to bring together ECEC and schools (and sometimes other children’s services), often within education departments. Some municipalities in Norway have integrated barnehager for children under six, leisure-time activities, schools and child welfare services into a ‘Department for Growing Up,’ with responsibility for a child’s total environment; a few have brought together a range of other services such health, social security and eldercare under one department.
DG Education and Culture (2000) Key Data on Education in Europe 1999–2000. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. Fthenakis, W. (1998) ‘Family transitions and quality in early childhood education’, European Early Childhood Education Research Journal 6(1), 5–18. Hodgkin, R. and Newell, P. (1996) Effective Government Structures for Children: Report of a Gulbenkian Foundation Inquiry. London: Gulbenkian Foundation. L. (1991) ‘The strategic importance of linkages and the transition between early childhood programs and early elementary school’.
This implies that parents, pre-school teachers, teachers, and leisure time teachers need to work in close co-operation. New research shows that such developed relationships and communication are the pivot for a good start in school and the concept of the ‘child-ready school’ is introduced. Further, new research indicates that teachers are ready to establish transition practices. This chapter deals with the description of some of those different transition activities. Wilfried Griebel and Renate Niesel summarise some of the results of two empirical studies carried out in Bavaria, Germany, exploring transitions from the perspective of the children.
Childs Play: Positive Affirmations for Children to Sing and Dramatize by Wah Kalsa