We uphold an image of the child as being a capable, curious, competent and creative learner who is eager to seek new knowledge through exploring their interests both independently and collaboratively.
The importance of the first five yearsThroughout the first five years, children develop more rapidly than any other stage in their lives. Significant developmental milestones occur during this time as children progress from sitting to standing, cooing to conversations and from being largely dependent to independent.
Engaging with peers and educators in an early childhood education environment designed and resourced specifically for young children provides an optimal setting to develop skills, dispositions and a love for learning.
Our teamWe establish indoor and outdoor learning environments rich in meaningful social interactions, where children have a safe place to build lasting friendships with their peers and trusting relationships with educators, contributing to their overall sense of wellbeing. We value the connections between children, families and communities as a key contributor to early childhood education and care, recognising learning as a collaborative process.
Embracing the wider community allows children to learn about the rich diversity and multiculturalism that encompasses our area and the significance of the First Peoples of Australia in our past, present and future.
Our educators are trained to deliver purposeful teaching and learning experiences through the most effective approaches to practice in early childhood education, emerging from research-based evidence. We prioritise the ongoing professional learning of educators to ensure their own skills, knowledge and teaching methods are continually evolving, resulting in the highest quality early education and care for all.
The Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF)The national curriculum framework for early childhood, The Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF), establishes a view that characterizes children’s lives through belonging, being and becoming.
The Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) places children’s learning at the heart and encompasses three interconnected elements of principles, practices and outcomes to guide pedagogy and curriculum decision making. The five learning outcomes acknowledge variations in learning styles, development and context as well as the complex, integrated nature of learning as children progress towards the outcomes in their own meaningful ways.
- Children have a strong sense of identity
- Children are connected with and contribute to their world
- Children have a strong sense of wellbeing
- Children are confident and involved learners
- Children are effective communicators
With the guidance, support and care of our experienced team, our approach to early childhood education and care will provide children with an holistic experience abundant in diverse opportunities for meaningful play and learning.
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"My children have been going to Little Angels since a very young age and they love it! All the educators and staff are fantastic and truly love their job."
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