We acknowledge the Wardandi people, traditional owners of this Noongar country- past, present and emerging. As a community we accept the privilege to share their knowledge, values and traditions tofoster with our future generations, connecting children and families to boodja (land).
At our community-based long day care centre we are committed to providing high quality care and we value the opportunity to work in partnership with families to support the uniqueness of each individual child. We are committed to continuous improvement to ensure the best possible outcomes for all children.
Our educators believe in a holistic and nurturing approach to teaching, with an emphasis on the connectedness of learning through play including inquiry-based learning. This creates opportunities for intentional teaching to promote problem solving skills, decision making and independence.
Our Educators promote a strong sense of wellbeing for our children by providing a safe and healthy environment where they are supported and nurtured through warm, trusting relationships.
We honour the values of Belonging, Being and Becoming, providing opportunities for children to construct their own identities, building resilience and understanding of the world. Our inclusive practices celebrate the culture of diversity within our centre and community.
We promote a strength-based approach to improve our learning culture and value the importance of identifying everyone’s strengths to continually develop each person’s potential, resulting in anengaged workforce who respect and enhance professional growth.
As a centre we encourage community contributions to solidify everyone’s reciprocal learning andrecognise the need to inspire the children’s curiousity for discovery through collaborative experiencesempowering them to become active citizens for a sustainable future.