Queensland Children's Wellbeing Framework provides a common language, aspirations and commitments for the wellbeing of Queensland children aged 0 to 8. It seeks for our children to be strong in self and culture, active and healthy, happy and resilient, learning and exploring, and capable and connected.
The Queensland Children's Wellbeing Framework recognises we all play a part in children's wellbeing and sets out the shared commitments of government and the community to help achieve these aspirations. Our shared commitments are to provide children with fundamental rights and needs, love and nurturing, inclusion and opportunity, and enrichment and challenge.
The Queensland Children's Wellbeing Framework is an action within the Queensland Government's
Early Years Plan.