Our curriculum is co-constructed with the children, as well as input from their family and the community. The EYLF framework is made up of three areas:
Our class rooms are specially designed and resourced to give children ample opportunities to explore and express their ideas and work towards small achievements to build up their confidence and encourage a can do spirit. We want to create a desire in children to look forward to the next challenge and increase their confidence by trying new things. You can expect your children to be involved in music, movement, phonic sounds, writing, flash cards, memory games, art, craft, science, history, cultures, language, cooking lessons, technology, sustainability and the environment. We continue to develop positive, encouraging and well-rounded educational programs to assist children to improve upon their general knowledge, increase sensitivity and empathy towards others as well as incorporating activities to develop age appropriate physical development.
Our projects are creative, fun and engaging allowing children to learn and explore things that interest them in detail, whilst they play alongside their friends. Our Projects are not decided by our educators – rather they are discussed with the children during group times, and then agreed upon together. Every child that attends our centre leaves with a beautiful portfolio that captures some of the many learnings that occur whilst they are with us on their learning journey.
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 what makes us unique.
We love our parents getting involved in our programs and day to day special events. Ideas and suggestions for learning opportunities can be added to the parent input sheets, 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. These can be arranged through reception.
Reggio EmiliaLearn more about the Reggio Emilia philosophy.Developed after World War II by a teacher, Loris Malaguzzi, with the help of parents and teachers in the villages around Reggio Emilia in Northern Italy. One of their many principles are that children are endowed with “a hundred languages” through which they can express their ideas. Reggio Emilia is based on principles of respect, responsibility, and community through exploration and discovery in a supportive and enriching environment based on the interests of the children through a self-guided curriculum. Children are successful, competent and capable learners.
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We’d love to introduce you to our caring, experienced educators and show you around our purpose-built centres – small vibrant communities where your child will thrive.