The early years from birth to eight years of age are a vital and distinct period for learning and development. This is when children acquire essential foundation skills and knowledge and when brain development is at its peak.
Our educators believe that children’s learning is individual and we value the uniqueness and diversity of each child, family and educator.
Each child will be seen as capable and competent beings, and as active contributors to their own learning.
Families and Communities
We believe that the child’s family are the first and most important and influential teachers, and therefore building genuine partnerships with families and acknowledging their ideas ensures that learning experiences are meaningful and relevant to each individual child.
We will work in partnerships with families to encourage family involvement and engage in shared decision making. The families are included in the decision making processes regarding the centre and the children, and open respectful communication is at all times maintained.