It is our belief that all children bring their perspectives, expectations, knowledge and skills to their learning experience. Our curriculum is guided by the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF), with a holistic approach, to incorporate all areas of learning and development.

Our programs are child focused and initiated, inspired by children’s curiosity and imagination designed to nurture the development and growth of each child. Programming is based on observing children on a regular basis, evaluating their needs and interests and planning future activities from these observations.

Families are encouraged to discuss and contribute to children’s learning as partners in the early education process.Families can contribute through sharing information about their child and events happening in their world, evaluating programs and activities, viewing and contributing to children’s individual portfolios and by participating at the service.

Each of our Educators is fully trained and experienced and share our deep passion for Early Childhood Education. They plan and provide a detailed developmental pathway for all children in our care. Our curriculum, educational programs, goals and philosophy are evaluated on a regular basis and all staff are trained and personally consulted with any new developments we implement. Each weekly program is displayed in the room for you to view.

Children thrive when families and educators work together to support young children’s learning. Opportunities will be made available to parents throughout the year to learn more about our educational programs, and also our additional programs that support children’s creative interests.

A group of smiling toddlers sitting in class


While the EYLF focuses on children birth to five years the government introduced the Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guidelines to support teachers professional practice in a range of contexts across Queensland specifically to enrich children in the Kindergarten year.

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A pair of kids doing a science project


A large part of our learning programs are based around STEM, which is a curriculum based on education in four specific areas – science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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