Our newly renovated outdoor space provides a range of stimulating activities and physical interest for children of all ages.
Key features of our outdoor space include…
A safe and secure section for 0-3 year old children to explore at their own pace
Climbing equipment and modular beams for children to create their own adventures
Opportunity to explore nature and natural resources including sandpit
A garden corner for children to gain an interest in and respect for the environment
Over 100m2 of space to run around in
Our Ourdoor Space
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Our three rooms create a positive, safe and stimulating environment for children with access to a range of age-appropriate art and craft resources. Within their room the children will find opportunities to engage in cooperative play, pretend play and imaginative play to promote social, emotional and cognitive development as they move through different zones to access different activities. Our warm and engaging team love seeing children engage in open ended play, interactions with other children and make-believe. We also provide a range of books for children to explore.
We maintain a high standard of hygiene for each room and communicate with you every day, regarding your child's routine and activities. All our rooms have recently been renovated and upgraded with new resources for your child to explore, play and learn in.
The early years are a crucial period of development for children laying the foundation for social, emotional, physical and intellectual wellbeing. The activities of this group are built around their natural tendency for active exploration and curiosity. We provide safe places where they can explore in their own way.
Our focus with these children is in preparing children for the transition to primary school. We want children to be excited about moving forward to Kindergarten.
We recognise that many families need a reliable, flexible service they can trust and which suits their work and family situation. We encourage learning through a mix of planned and spontaneous activities based on the needs of children in their primary school years.