Our Philosophy

We believe that all children, teachers and families should be respected and valued as individuals.

We believe that all children have a right to be part of a safe, loving, caring, nurturing, happy and diverse educational environment that provides the opportunity to set their foundations for the rest of their lives.


We believe that children are confident, capable, creative and active learners that learn at their own pace. We believe that a child centred approach to planning allows children to become competent learners.

We believe in creating an aesthetically pleasing, stimulating and child focused environment that will allow each child to grow, build relationships, respect and give an awareness and sense of their world.

We believe in creating a nurturing atmosphere for the children where they feel at home in their learning environment, allowing for a sense of belonging.

We believe in implementing a holistic, anti-bias and diverse curriculum. This will allow children and their families a sense of belonging, giving the children/families an opportunity to appreciate, understand and respect one another.

We believe in building positive relationships amongst the teachers, children, families and the community, allowing us to develop an inclusive program that is a reflection of our families.

Building relationships with children will allow us to understand and explore their thoughts, ideas, needs and interests, collaborating as partners.

Building relationships with families allows us to foster diversity and gain knowledge about the children’s family life, experiences and different values.

We believe that Educators present themselves as professionals in the Early Child Field and continue to reflect on their practices through ongoing training and development. Our Educators act as advocates for our children’s well-being and education.

Our Goals

  • Provide an environment that is safe yet challenging, fostering competence, independence and self-help skills.
  • An environment that allows each child to explore and develop all areas of social, emotional, language, cognitive and gross motor skills.
  • Develop our curriculum in accordance to the Early Years Learning Framework.
  • Promote Healthy Eating to children by providing quality nutritionally balanced food and drinks daily.
  • Promote health and hygiene throughout the Centre.
  • Build supportive and trusting relationships with the children, families and community.
  • To promote and encourage family and community involvement in the Centre.
  • To acknowledge and respect diversity within the service and community.
  • Celebrate events that are relevant to our families and in our community.
  • To liaise with early intervention services and professionals where necessary.
  • To provide families with up to date information about health, hygiene, care education, media, support.
  • Promote staff to take part in training and development.
  • To implement a Quality Improvement Plan that allows all educators to reflect on current and future practices.
  • To be aware and understand the code of ethics.
  • To always maintain a high standard of professionalism. Be committed to the National Quality Framework and to have knowledge, understand and implement the Education and Care Services National Law and Care Services National Regulations