Our centre believes that children learn through play, to become confident and involved learners. I believe that the children’s early years are the most significant for their development.
We believe for children to develop to their full potential they need to feel they belong by feeling loved nurtured and cared for feeling accepted for who they are.
We believe that Educators need to work in partnership with families, as they are their primary educators to provide professional and high quality care and education for young children.
We believe in the significance of children’s many belongings, first through their relationship and learning with families, which are their first and most important educators. All educators within the centre need to work together to help the children to develop to their full potential. Then they belong to the wider community.
We believe that children’s learning is meaningful in the here now and as a foundation for their lives in the future.
We believe children should be happy, active and involved learners.
The early learning centre strive to provide an environment that is warm, secure, challenging, stimulating and caring to promote children’s independence, learning growth, development, individuality, creativity, building on self-esteem and confidence.
We believe all children are unique individuals and therefore should all be treated with respect and equality.
We believe in encouraging the children’s respect and appreciation for the outdoor environment and living and non-living things.
We believe in providing programs that reflect on the children’s interests and incorporate intentional teaching practices with a child-centred approach.
We support Piaget’s theory in regards to children learning through the five senses and supporting children’s individualised perceptions of the world.
We Support Gardener’s beliefs of each child having different learning styles and supporting these different styles with a variety of learning experience and enthusiasm from educators.