Our Curriculum

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    Our curriculum embraces our philosophy that combines all the wonderful aspects of the Early Years Learning Framework.  The children will participate in events, activities, routines, planned and unplanned experiences in both a specially prepared environment balanced with a number of open ended and spontaneous experiences which fosters your child’s learning and development.

  • Through the active learning environment our Educators will play a critical role in helping the children :

    ⦁ develop a strong sense of identity and well being
    ⦁ ensure a sense of connection and contribution to their world
    ⦁ become confident and involved learners
    ⦁ become effective communicators

    We link your child’s experiences from home to our learning environment to ensure a fluid transition between both at all times.

    Our Educators work with you to get to know your child, through creating strong relationships between home and the centre. Our intentional teaching methods and inclusive curriculum create a learning program that builds on your child’s interests and abilities and accounts for all children’s social, cultural and linguistic diversity.

  • Our specialised curriculum utilises the following to create engaged learners who develop a love of learning for life:

    • ⦁ Learning Outcomes that give your child skills and knowledge that create foundations not only for school but for life.
    • ⦁ Learning Relationships that further children’s learning and development. These relationships nurture both children, their peers and educators to engage in reciprocal and empathetic relationships that further children’s understandings of acceptable and responsible pro social skills.

    • ⦁ Literacy is embraced through different modes of communication:- music, movement, dance, story-telling, visual arts, media, drama, talking, reading and writing in which children become effective communicators.

    • ⦁ Numeracy through a broad understanding of numbers, patterns, measurements, spatial awareness, mathematical thinking, reasoning and counting, which gives your child all the foundation of mathematics needed for school.

    • ⦁ Pedagogies in which our Educators promote children’s learning through nurturing relationships, innovative curriculum decision making, teaching and learning.

    • ⦁ Play-based Learning that allows children to organise and make sense of their social world, as they engage actively with people, objects and representation.

    • ⦁ Reflectivity in children’s growing awareness of the way that their experiences, interests and beliefs shape their understanding.

    • ⦁ Scaffolding Learning through building on children’s existing knowledge and skills to enhance their learning to their next developmentally appropriate stage.

    • ⦁ Spiritual Learning through to a range of human experiences including a sense of awe and wonder, and an exploration of being and knowing.

    • ⦁ Technological Learning through the diverse range of products that make up the designed world. These products extend beyond computers to artefacts designed and developed by people and include processes, systems, services and environments.

    • ⦁ Teaching for meaning through a variety of media in order to share meaning e.g. books, posters, DVD’s, CD’s….auditorially, visually and kinaesthetically.

    • ⦁ Transition and Change in the process of moving between home and childhood settings and through the transition of early childhood to fulltime school.

    • ⦁ Wellbeing through addressing of all levels of needs…. tenderness and affection, security and clarity, social recognition through to feeling confident, physical needs and for meaning in life, happiness, satisfaction, curiosity and optimism.

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