Through our curriculum, The Early Years Learning Framework, we have three main focus areas:

Belonging: This is integral to a child’s sense of self and it acknowledges belonging to a family, community and culture.
Being: This is allowing the children to be in the present. Being sees the Educators develop and support an environment that is child focused, not for the convenience of routine or the Educators.
Becoming: This acknowledges change and there is no time in one’s life that has more rapid change than in the years of early childhood. Becoming recognises the skills that are necessary to thrive through change and how experiences and circumstances create skills, expectations, understandings and relationships. It allows flexibility for a child to learn and grow.

We observe each child to support these 5 outcomes:
  • A strong sense of identity
  • A connection with and a contribution to their world
  • A strong sense of wellbeing
  • Confident and involved learners
  • Effective communicators.

Each day your child is observed with relevant information documented. Along with the goals that are developed for each individual child, the observation is reflected on and followed up with extended experiences to support the child in expanding their knowledge, concepts and skills related to their interest. Families are given the opportunity to also reflect on the observations and add their input which Educators will then incorporate into the program.

We know that children learn effectively through play and this is supported by Educators who are diligent in their responsiveness to each child. Applying strong intentional teaching practices will provide the children with an authentic and meaningful learning environment which challenges, supports and nurtures a child’s development.

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