Kindergarten – a great place
for little people!
The word Kindergarten can be loosely
translated as meaning “a garden for children” – a place where children learn
During their time at Kindergarten,
children discover and develop a wide variety of skills and experiences. Our
trained teachers and co-workers provide a stimulating and nurturing environment
that encourages and fosters children’s individual development.
They support children to become more aware
of the world or which they are a part. Time at kindergarten strengthens a
child’s confidence and personal skills and provides an opportunity for all
children to develop a strong sense of self.
National Regulations and a National Law
Act underpin all our practices. The National Quality Framework, in conjunction
with the Victorian Early Years Framework and Early Years Framework forms the
basis for our programs. These tools help children
- develop a strong sense of identity
- make them feel connected with and contribute to their world
- develop a strong sense of wellbeing
- become confident and involved learners
- become effective communicators.
The early years are critical in laying the
foundation for children’s achievement in schooling and into
There is now a wide body of evidence
showing that children’s education and care affects a child’s health, wellbeing
and competence throughout their lives.
Quality learning experiences provide the
basis from which literacy, numeracy, learning behaviour and future opportunities
can be developed.