Little World for Discoverers

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ROOMS & ROUTINES

6:00am – Outdoor/Indoor play (depending on weather)

9:00am – Morning Tea

9:30 – Spontaneous and planned experiences

11:15 – Group Time

11:30 – Lunch Time

12:00 – Rest Time

2:30pm – Afternoon Tea

3:00pm – Outdoor/Indoor play

Toddlers

6:00am – Outdoor/Indoor Play (depending on weather)

9:30am – Morning Tea followed by Group Time

10:00am – Activity time and intentional teaching activities

11:15am – Pack away time, Getting ready for rest time

11:30am – Lunch Time

12:00pm -2:00pm – Rest Time

2:15pm – Getting ready for outdoor play. Applying sunscreen and packing beds away

2:30pm – Afternoon Tea

2:45pm – Outdoor Play Time

Pre Kindergarten

6:00am – Outdoor/Indoor Play (depending on weather)

9:00am – Morning Tea time

9:30am – 11:30am – Literacy and numeracy activities, Group experiences, Science, Literacy program, Cultural activities

11:30 – Lunch Time

12:00pm – 2:00pm – Relaxation Time

2:00 – 3:00pm – Afternoon Play time followed by Afternoon Tea

3:00 – Outdoor Play time

Monday’s and Wednesday’s – Swimming lessons take place from 10:45 – 12:00

Tuesday’s – Dance classes take place at 10am

Thursday’s – Soccer lessons take place at 11am

Kindergarten

6:00am – 8:00am – Welcome to the service, School age appropriate games and activities set up for the children to participate in.

8:15 – Bus to school

3:00 – Picked up from school

3:30 – Afternoon tea provided, School age appropriate games and activities set up in the schoolies room for the children to participate in.

School Aged Children

Miss Vicki

Centre Owner

Miss Chanel

Centre Owner

Miss Stacey

Kindergarten Lead Educator

Miss Aleesha

Pre Kindy Lead Educator

Miss Teagan

Toddlers Assistant Educator

Miss Meridith

Educator

Miss Carol

Toddlers Lead Educator

MEET THE TEAM

MEET THE DIRECTOR

Hi my name is Nat and I am the Centre Director at Little World for Discoverers.   I have been working in the child care industry for the past 18 years.  During my time working with children, I have worked with all age groups, backgrounds and abilities. I have worked in many different environments which have taught me different ways that we can support and assist children to grow, nourish and learn individually.

Children have been my tutor in how I interact and scaffold my own learning goals .  I have worked in many different roles such as Lead Educator, Educational Leader, cook and float which has helped me to become an active team member, as a team we can provide high quality care and support for the amazing children and their families in our centre.

I have two children of my own and I am very passionate about children having a sense of belonging within their community, where they feel safe, supported and encouraged.  I believe each child is an individual, having their very own special talents and personalities that we can learn from.

Hi my name is Nat and I am the Centre Director at Little World for Discoverers. I have been working in the child care industry for the past 18 years. During my time working with children, I have worked with all age groups, backgrounds and abilities. I have worked in many different environments which have taught me different ways that we can support and assist children to grow, nourish and learn individually.

Children have been my tutor in how I interact and scaffold my own learning goals . I have worked in many different roles such as Lead Educator, Educational Leader, cook and float which has helped me to become an active team member, as a team we can provide high quality care and support for the amazing children and their families in our centre.

I have two children of my own and I am very passionate about children having a sense of belonging within their community, where they feel safe, supported and encouraged. I believe each child is an individual, having their very own special talents and personalities that we can learn from.

OUR PHILOSOPHY

We believe that children are capable and active learners and that play based learning experiences that challenges, reflect ideas, interests, curiosity and family life events are the foundations of learning. Children’s learning experiences are scaffolded through intentional teaching and spontaneous experiences in a holistic approach learning environment. We believe in the importance of learning
environments organised as a third teacher that supports children’s curiosity and encourages a sense
of agency and self-help skills. We believe that every child should have the opportunity to reach their full potential and have access to high quality care, and that every child’s aspect of being, becoming and belonging is recognised within the curriculum. Our curriculum is guided by approved curriculum frameworks, which encourages children to explore, investigate and foster children’s imagination, creativity and promotes a healthy life style. We value the importance of building a trusting and positive relationship with families that acknowledges individuality and each families diverse cultural beliefs and backgrounds. We encourage our families input and involvement in their child’s learning and development as a valuable influence in their children’s life and wellbeing, and to be actively involved in Centre events. We support families transition and life changes by sharing information from relevant community and inclusion support groups and links. We at Little World we establish connections with the wider community through community events, open communication with local school, excursions and incursion to enrich children’s learning and development. We source and invite local community groups to share learning opportunities and links to enrich our cultural competency within our Centre. We embed the importance of promoting sustainability awareness and practices within our daily routines and curriculum. Establish a well-resourced, sustainable and natural learning environment that promotes children’s curiosity, exploration, investigation and most of all love for the natural world. We are committed to providing high quality care which reflects the National Quality Standards by continued critical reflections and professional development, that mentor and support educators to work effectively, harmoniously and collaboratively within the team. We seek community support and involvement in gathering information and extending knowledge to support children’s learning and developmental needs.