Guided by the National Quality Framework (NQF) and the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) principles of ‘Being, Belonging and Becoming’, we have developed an ever-evolving environment which allows for intentional teaching as well as spontaneous learning. This enables each child to develop lifelong skills of inter-relating, resilience, empowerment, social competence and independence.
We are committed to making a difference to children’s lives through combining education and care. This is the reason that we offer a range of extra curriculum programs designed specifically to further enhance children’s learning and development. Our Learn to Read and technology programs give children the best possible start as they prepare to begin school.
Partnerships with families are also essential to our program, providing us with invaluable information relating to the children’s and families’ individual needs as well as cultural backgrounds and heritage. Carers strive to build relationships with families based on co-operation and a mutual respect for the roles that each play in the lives of the child.