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​"Education is the most powerful weapon which  
you can use to change the world". 
-Nelson Mandela
Kindergarten program and the role of the educator


  • Our program is constantly evolving. It is guided by the children's interests and learning, and in accordance with the "Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework" (DET). 

  • Open ended, play based experiences provide an opportunity for all children to be successful and able to participate according to their own interests and abilities.

  • Building strong relationships with children, families and community are paramount in providing quality Early Childhood Education

  • Through involvement and careful observation, educators are able to encourage and extend upon children's learning as they explore, investigate, imagine, create, anticipate, construct, problem solve, think and communicate in play.

  • Educators are able to foster learning by creating physical environments (both indoors and out doors) that support a range of opportunities for learning and physical activity.

  • Children's learning and involvement is carefully documented and reflected upon regularly, forming the basis of the curriculum or program.



"Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework"  identifies five Outcomes for all children from birth to eight years:

  • Children have a strong sense of identity (Identity)

  • Children are connected with and contribute to their world (Community)

  • Children have a strong sense of wellbeing (Wellbeing)

  • Children are confident and involved learners (Learning)

  • Children are effective communicators (Communication)

These five outcomes provide a common language to support collaborative approaches between all early childhood professionals and families.










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