Our Curriculum.

Our curriculum is inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy which means that it is co-constructed with our children and follows group and individual interests and developmental needs. We always endeavour to build on children’s prior knowledge, and provoke new ideas and learning using inquiry and play-based methods.

Our services follow the Australian Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) which sets out the highest expectations for children’s learning from birth to five years, and are committed to the following outcomes for every child:

  1. Children have a strong sense of identity.
  2. Children are connected with and contribute to their world.
  3. Children have a strong sense of wellbeing.
  4. Children are confident and involved learners.
  5. Children are effective communicators.
The Hundred Languages

A key principle of the Reggio Emilia Approach, which aligns with our beliefs, is that children possess ‘one hundred languages’; one hundred ways of thinking, understanding, communicating, expressing themselves, and interacting with others. It is our responsibility to give value to the verbal and non-verbal languages of all children and their ‘hundred languages’.

We follow this approach by offering open-ended resources, being co-learners alongside our children, and providing experiences that cater to all skill sets and interests.

Learn more about the Reggio Emilia philosophy.


We strive to make children’s learning visible through an active attitude of listening and documenting in a variety of ways, to give value to the important work they do every day. Our learning journeys, projects and evidence of learning is visible throughout each centre; displayed in our rooms, brought home by your child, or through conversation with our educators at drop-off or pick-up.

Digitally, we share daily room updates and monthly individual observations via our Storypark App, so you and your family can keep up-to-date with current learning interests and goals.

Find out more about the Storypark App here.


We love our families getting involved in our programs and day to day special events. Ideas and suggestions for learning opportunities are welcomed, and nothing thrills our children more than to see their family members in their classrooms sharing a special talent with all their friends like cooking, musical instruments, occupations, etc.

We value diversity and encourage our community to embrace our different cultures. Harmony day is an exciting event held every year, where families come to share food and celebrate the things that make us unique.

Take a look at our annual Events Calendar here.

Mindful Learning

Each term we explore different aspects of the world around us with age-appropriate inquiry and play-based activities, focusing on sustainability, community helpers, lifecycles and staying active.

We organise centre incursions to excite and engage our children in thinking about their wider community.

  • Spray a firehose with the help of our South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service
  • Climb the obstacle course at our annual Sport’s Day
  • Watch baby chicks hatch from an egg
  • Care for our vegetable and herb garden and plant a native
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