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Our Curriculum

We know that from birth babies’ brains are ready to begin making connections for future learning. This doesn’t mean adults should cram children with knowledge in preparation for schooling, or to push down a more formal curriculum to hurry children through their childhood—rather, we need to encourage active and involved exploration, discovery, and interactions with others.


Our Curriculum, the Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guideline, promotes that the children experience learning that is engaging and builds success for life. It is based on five learning and development areas:

1. Children have a strong sense of identity
2. Children are connected with and contribute to their world
3. Children have a strong sense of wellbeing
4. Children are confident and involved learners
5. Children are effective communicators

This play-based curriculum allows for learning in a variety of ways including real-life situations, investigations, focused learning situations and problem solving.

Visitors and student teachers


We actively encourage community members to share their occupations and experiences with the children. Student teachers, theatre groups, fire wardens, police officers, doctors, paramedics, animal handlers and many other groups and individuals may be invited to visit throughout the year.  

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