Educational Programmes

Children's early learning influences their life chances. Well being and a strong sense of belonging, optimism and engagement enable children to develop a positive attitude to learning. Children will participate in learning experiences that build on their existing knowledge and skills to enhance learning. These will include:

  • literacy and numeracy skills
  • math and science skills
  • developing a sense of belonging
  • independence skills
  • building relationships with peers and adults

Daily Programme

Our curriculum is based around the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF), recognising the diversity of each child, value of play, child's strengths and interests and building relationships with families. Working in partnership with families, educators use the 5 learning outcomes to guide their planning for children's learning. They encouraging the children to explore, experiment, create, investigate, problem solve, express ideas and develop skills focusing on their interests and emerging strengths. We aim to create a fun, safe and nurturing environment.

Examples of activities

  • Art & craft
  • Puzzles
  • Fine motor skill tasks
  • Gross motor skill tasks
  • Play dough
  • Drawing
  • Learning writing skills
  • Story time
  • Music & singing

Outdoor activities

  • Sandpit play
  • Balancing skills
  • Water play
  • Ball games
  • Tricycles
  • Playing in our large play ground
  • Pretend play in the cubby house
  • Climbing