Our learning program

We use a variety of resources to deliver our fun approach to learning

We use a variety of resources in the delivery of our learning programmes.  We place an emphasis on encouraging fun through interactive learning.

Our preschool rooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards and iPads to extend the children’s learning as well as prepare them for the electronic equipment used in the modern classrooms.

We utilise the following programmes in our rooms, ensuring children in our care learn through a variety of engaging (and fun) activities.

Jolly Phonics is a systematic synthetic phonics program designed to teach children to read and write.

Ants in the Apple Literacy and Numeracy texts and resources have been fully conceived, written and produced in Australia and are currently used in hundreds of public and independent schools.

Letterland is a child-friendly, multi-sensory system for teaching children to read, write and spell.

ABC Reading Eggs is a literacy program which makes learning to read interesting and engaging for kids.

This program is delivered through our interactive whiteboard as a group and then followed up through small groups using individual iPads.

Munch & Move is a Government funded program which aligns with the National Quality Framework including the National Quality Standards and the Early Years Learning Framework.

The purpose of the program is about promoting a healthy and physical lifestyle through healthy eating and being physical. We have a designated educator who has a personal training background to implement this with each age group twice a week and the other 3 days the room leaders implement experiences whether it is physical activities or intentional teaching based on healthy eating with the children.

Earth Room

Our room for nursery aged children.

Water Room

Our room for toddlers aged 2-3 years.

Forest Room

Our room for preschool school children aged 4-6.

Did you know?

The brain makes the most connections among its cells before your child turns 10. This is also the time when he learns language best. When you use rich language with your young child, you are improving his future vocabulary.

Did you know?

Singing, listening to, and playing music improves spatial orientation and mathematical thinking. Plus, rhyming builds language skills.

Did you know?

The birth-to-three period is the fastest rate of brain development across the entire human life span.

Did you know?

Reading aloud to children helps stimulate brain development, yet only 50% of infants and toddlers are routinely read to by their parents.

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