Play is the highest form of research
- Albert Einstein
At our service, we provide a flexible curriculum that offers a diverse, stimulating and engaging range of experiences reflective of children, family and community needs, interests and cultural back ground. Our curriculum is based on the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) which allows us to develop our play-based programs. We respect and value children’s curiosity and questions of wonder and encourage learning through intentional teaching moments and natural opportunities in each day. The early years of a child's life are the most important and the best learning happens when it starts from an early age. Within each room throughout the centre, our educators are always striving to create a holistic curriculum appropriate to each child's learning abilities and interests where they will provide a range of exciting and interesting activities that make learning fun and allow children to achieve milestones at their own pace. Our service have specialists come in to give your child extra curriculum activities at no extra cost.
At our service, we use an online observation program called 'Storypark', where educators can record and share children's learning and development with families. Through this system, families can view their child's (and their child only) 'profile' where educators upload observations, pictures, videos and moments whilst at our service. Families are also able to contribute to their child's 'profile' by uploading what your child gets up to out of our care. It is a wonderful way for families and educators to keep up to date and informed with children's development and learning and can be updated and viewed daily at any time.
Find out more about Storypark here.