Our Philosophy is guided by the National Quality Framework, particularly the Early Years Learning Framework: Being, Belonging and Becoming.
In Relation to Children
We acknowledge that all children are unique individuals with their own needs, interests and strengths. All children are given equal opportunities regardless of their gender, culture and socio-economic background.
In Relation to Families and Community
We acknowledge families are the most important people in their child’s life and have valuable information to share with us. We will make parents feel welcome and encourage them to become involved at the centre in whatever way they feel comfortable.
In Relation to Educators
We recognise and respect that every educator member is an individual with diverse needs, interests, skills, knowledge and experience. We support educator members’ personal early childhood philosophy.
In Relation to the Environment
We recognise the importance of providing a safe, secure and consistent environment that supports trust and familiarity as well as active exploration of learning
In Relation to the Program
We provide a program that encourages children to make choices and have control of their own learning through individual interests and their ‘voices’ being recognised. The program includes short-term and long-term projects according to the children’s interests.