This centre offers a play based curriculum where children learning in social contexts, as they engage actively with peers, adults, resources and materials. Based on the children’s individual developmental needs and interests. They learn and make sense of the world through play. The teachers use nationally approved Curriculum.The Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guidelines, Early Years Learning Framework and The C and K Listening and Learning Together Curriculum Approach.
We aim to make Kindergarten a happy and secure environment in which children learn to:
Develop good relationships with other children and adults.
Develop a positive self-image and self-confidence.
Work within a group, and be a group member.
Make choices, decisions, solve problems and think creatively.
Develop control, co-ordination and flexibility of body movement....and to have fun.
The centre to which you choose to send your child, is important. A child’s earlier years are the most impressionable. This is the period where communication skills are gained, they learn to work with other children, learn to express themselves, solve problems, develop necessary physical skills, and build an appreciation of the world around them.
Operation of the Centre
This centre is a single unit centre offering a 5 day fortnight with Wednesday being the shared day. Hours for both groups are strictly from 8:45am - 2:50pm. We stress the importance of adhering to the hours to give staff maximum preparation time for the program. Your child's arrival and departure must be recorded on the Centre's Attendance Sheet, located at the front door. All visitors to the centre are asked to sign the visitors book at the entrance of the centre.
The Kindergarten Program is available to children who turn 4 by 30th June of the year they attend the centre. Maximum enrolment for each group is 22.