More Than Childcare - A Place to Learn
The Grow Curriculum is our unique educational framework and the basis for essential early years learning and development. It is guided by the Australia Early Years Learning Framework and the Australian National Curriculum. Our Grow Curriculum is designed by our in-house Education and Health specialists and tailored for Nursery, Toddler and Preschool/Kindergarten children. A focus on left brain logic and right brain creativity is at the heart of our approach to early learning and we go beyond education to encompass the social development, health & wellbeing of every child in our care.
We believe children learn best through play, so learning is woven into every experience, through both structured and unstructured learning. With our play-based approach to learning, every day includes consistent learning opportunities – and is fun at the same time.
Left Brain Logic
Literacy and language, exploration and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and sustainability are taught by our dedicated Educators in small groups using active strategies such as demonstrating, open questioning, shared thinking and problem solving.
Right Brain Creativity
Music, dramatic play and art is practiced daily through play-based learning and uninterrupted play. Our campuses have an abundance of stimulating resources to encourage your child’s creativity.
Trust and mutual respect are fundamental to every child’s social development. We believe that fostering respectful and reciprocal relationships with our families will develop capable and confident learners.
Set for the transition to school
Our dedicated curriculum focuses on school-readiness outcomes such as a love of learning, emotional wellbeing, health, social and communication skills so that every child has the opportunity to thrive in their transition to a school environment.
Progressing from preschool/kindergarten to school is a huge milestone, not only for a child but for their parents too. Our in-house specialist Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Head of Health run regular School Readiness information workshops for parents, so families can support and encourage their child’s school readiness beyond the classroom and in a home environment.