Your baby will feel at home and comfortable in our safe and happy space. Our educators will help your child to settle into their own routine, support and develop their self-help skills and relieve any separation anxiety. Language is a large milestone for our babies to explore, and our programs create the best outcomes for each child during this critical developmental age. To assist in sleeping routines, each centre has a separate room with cots to keep children comfortable and peaceful.
Your child will enjoy a flexible routine in our toddler rooms. Our supportive educators use engaging programs for your child, taking into account their individual interests, needs and strengths. As your child develops their self-help skills and positive interactions with their peers, they are encouraged to develop independence, take responsibility for their own actions and find solutions to problems. In preparation for kindergarten, we encourage children to focus on toilet training, speech development and general “everyday” tasks such as putting their plates and cups away after lunch or tidying up after play.
Your child will feel confident to expand their curiosity and creativity with an individual program tailored to their interests. Our educators liaise with teachers from the local schools to identify the best ways to prepare children for school and to make sure that they are confident learners. We focus on the whole child and ensure children feel secure, confident and independent enough to try new things and thrive in an education setting.
Your child will work with a qualified early educational teacher to learn skills that transition them from early learning to being ready and confident to embrace kindergarten. Concepts around literacy, numeracy, science, language and technology are all encouraged and help to ensure your child is ready to take the next big step into schooling. To ensure this, we take a holistic approach that ensures our children develop the necessary social skills and feel secure, confident and independent.
Our learning outcomes for pre-school children include:
- Concepts – so that children have a better understanding of big/little, hard/soft, empty/full
- Pre- writing and reading skills
- Memory and recall skills
- Problem solving
- Gross motor development
- Fine motor development
- Personal and social capability
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Our Early Learning Centres