Our centre’s curriculum is underpinned by the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and the Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guidelines (QKLG).

Fundamentally, our educators view the children as competent and capable individuals who are active participants in their own learning. Using this information, our educators aim to provide a program that is flexible and responsive to individual needs, while capturing the ideas and interests of the groups.

In the younger rooms, this is achieved by working to individual routines and preferences. Their routines for feeding and sleep are discussed with their families and catered to during their day. The younger children are also provided with many opportunities to self-select the resources that interest them and are exposed to many experiences to extend on their individual development.

In our older rooms, the children are engaged in class routines and transitions that will prepare them for school. The children are frequently engaged in active learning, based on the current interests of the child or group.

Parents and families are encouraged to be a part of the programming and planning in the classroom and any additional information about your child and their particular interests or abilities are gladly received.

In our Kindergarten Approved Program the children are provide with opportunities to engage in purposeful, play-based experiences that nurture learning across the intellectual, physical, social and emotional dimensions. Our kindergarten program is based on the accredited Kindergarten Learning Guideline developed by the Queensland Studies Authority which aligns with the National Early Years Learning Framework.