Our Learning Environment
The centre has 3 big rooms and a large natural outdoor environment, licensed for 44 places for children 0-5yrs, the centre offers the emergent curriculum and a unique free flow program.
Natural Outdoor Environment
Today’s children and families often have limited opportunities to connect with the natural environment. Our natural outdoor environment has been created to allow children the freedom to explore and connect with nature on their own terms in a variety of outdoor spaces. Children are encourage to take part in developing sustainable practices, worm farming and regular gardening activities along with messy sand and mud activities, giving them a long lasting appreciation of what the natural environment has to offer.
Nursery 0-2 Years:
Our Nursery is the first stop on a journey that will last up until school for a lot of families. Educators have created a warm environment that encourages our little ones to make secure attachments to new people, take their first steps, read their first books and make their first friends, while providing plenty of opportunities for infants to investigate explore and discover the world around them.
Toddlers 2-3 Years:
Our toddler room allows for our little people to start expanding their comfort zones and explore a world where educators have the expectation that they can achieve what they want with help and encouragement. Transition to the toddler room sets children on their path to pre primary learning with the introduction of pack up time, routines and mix aged friends to play with; this is a busy year for our toddlers as our educators work with them to toilet train, expand their language and learn social skills.
Pre-Schoolers 3-5 Years:
Our preschool room allows children to think big, preschool children lead the educators through explorations and adventures that encourage them to learn, socialise, express opinions and create their own learning environments. Educators become the researchers for this age group as they answer questions and provide information to enhance play. Pre primary learning is further developed with pre-schoolers through group time discussions, literacy and numeracy activities and collaborative investigation.