Individualised learning approach
We know that each child has their own way of learning, with different learning styles. We adapt the Early Years Learning Framework by teaching each child according to their individual skills, while encouraging them to develop other skills.
So if your child is naturally a visual learner, the educator adjusts the program accordingly, and at the same time helps them develop other skills by introducing other approaches to learning. In this way, our educators give each child the attention they need.
Learning through interest
Your child is unique and has their own interests and passions. We encourage your child to take charge of their own learning by exploring these passions. We support and encourage your child by presenting them with a wide range of learning experiences, with constant support from attuned teachers.
The children become partners in teaching by seeking out ideas, opinions, thoughts and questions.
It’s a child-based approach, which means the foundation of our program is each child’s knowledge, ideas, culture, abilities and interests.
In this way, we provide an authentic and meaningful learning environment which challenges, supports and nurtures your child’s development.
Learning through family and culture
We value children and family input and encourage family involvement.
We embrace our children’s cultural and linguistic diversity. We believe that cultural values are a huge part of our day to day lives, so we incorporate those values into everyday learning.
Learning through real-life
We immerse your child in real-world learning. With cooking, gardening, building and real-world problem solving, kids are equipped to be capable, confident members of society.
We offer incursions and excursions to help the children learn about the community and society, such as visits to the fire station or police station, or a dentist visit.
Learning through school
Through our structured school readiness program, we visit Unity Grammar [link to website] every school holidays. This helps your child become used to a real school environment to help with the transition to school.