An educational Programs that is facilated through a play based cirriculum and intentional teaching by our team.
We have high expectations for every child.
We deliver an integrated teaching and learning approaches.
We believe in reflective practices.
All programs provide high quality learning experiences and environments which are developed through a strength and interest based approach as we view all the children as capable, competent co contributors and acknowledge them as active participants in their learning.
Ages 6 months to 2 years
Play is an important way for young children to learn and begins at birth.
Playing together through play, Children learn about themselves and their place in the world. With an educational program the children are able develop and practice social and language skills, whilst expanding their physical skills and think creatively.
Age 2 to 3 years
Play offers children many valuable opportunities that contribute to the children's learning. Evidence shows that play and intentional teaching can support learning across physical, social, emotional and intellectual areas of development. In the first three years particularly, play helps children to learn about the world through listening, looking, touching, tasting and smelling.
Age 3 to 4 years
Social play is evident at this age and gives your child a chance to practise getting along with other children and to learn new skills. Play helps children learn about themselves and where they fit in the world.The educational program is based on the childrens interests/strengths and intentional teaching for learning opportunities with each childs abilities.
4 years old (Integrated Kindergarten Program)
It is vitally important to ensure the delivery of a comprehensive, high quality education program for all children.
Part of the program we provide the opportunity to empower the children to become autonomous learners by supporting long-term continual critical reflections and for the children to be able to achieve time framed goals for the curriculum.
We provide broadening opportunities for ongoing professional development for the Teachers to develop effective processes to address the needs of the curriculum. By providing children with cohesive and coherent learning experiences and intentional teaching to support their learning and development. The Teachers have an understanding that the assessment of children’s learning and development is the basis to an improved learning and have embedded these practices into the curriculum.