Nurturing responsive relationships are our primary focus for our nursery children. Educators take time to get to know your child so that your routines are reflected in the daily program and all children have a strong sense of wellbeing and belonging. The program concentrates around children’s primary areas of learning- their senses- what they see, hear, taste, touch and smell.
A tiny toddler’s keen sense of discovering the world around them is supported through the creation of environments that ignite their curiosities. Play is central to all learning and our educators ensure there are many varied opportunities for children to become independent and confident learners.
A burst in language development and the opportunity to learn about turn taking and socializing is the main influence in the educational program for our toddlers. Flexible classroom routines are filled with opportunities for role play, dance, music and emerging literacy balances the active physical play that children require each day.
An emergent curriculum based on children’s interests engages the three-year old’s curiosity and sense of adventure. The three-year-old loves to test their limitations; they want to show their helpfulness and empathy and educators support children’s motivation to persist with challenges.
Teachers support children’s keen approach to learning by offering an educational program that is challenging, insightful, consultative and reflects each individual in the classroom. Developing friendships and group play offer our teachers further opportunities to extend your child’s skills in negotiating, collaborating and social interactions.
Each of our purpose-built rooms opens onto an outdoor area designed for that age group. The outdoor areas are all beautifully planted, spacious and full of natural wood. Each individual, age-specific area has its own sandpit and cubbyhouse.
“I was so nervous about changing daycares but the staff have been amazing! They have made this such and easy transition not only for myself but for Elise too Elise loves going to daycare and seeing the girls.”