We encourage your child to develop the self-confidence and responsibility needed to grow and achieve, through the “Belonging, Being, Becoming” philosophy.
Belong – children belong first to a family, a neighborhood and a wider community. In early child development, and throughout life, relationships are very important to a sense of belonging. “You belong in your house with your family.”
Being – childhood is a time to be. Being recognizes the here and now of a child’s life. It is acknowledging the present and continually building and maintaining relationships with others. Seeing the beauty and joy in now and meeting the challenges of everyday life. “If you want to be a mermaid, you can imagine.”
Becoming – identities, understandings, skills, capabilities and relationships change during childhood. They are shaped by many different events and circumstances. “Becoming” reflects the changes that occur in the early years as young children grow and learn. “When you keep planting plants you become a gardener.”
Our ‘open door’ policy allows parents to visit and speak with teachers before or after school hours regarding their child’s development.