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Our childcare centre is licensed to accept 39 children a day. To ensure your precious little one has a spot with us, add your details to our waiting list. Rated as Exceeding National Quality Standard,we’re incredibly proud to be recognised as a childcare centre that provides a higher than average standard of quality care. We’ve provided more information on what this means so you can trust you’ve made the right choice enrolling your child at Killarney Vale Preschool.
We have also provided curriculum documents so you know what your child is learning during their time with us.
Our Program and Curriculum
Research indicates that children who participate in quality preschool programs are more likely to arrive at school equipped with the social, cognitive and emotional skills they need to engage in learning. These benefits continue well beyond primary school. Higher levels of educational success, employment and social skills have all been linked to quality preschool education –Department of Education
At Killarney Vale Preschool, educators’ practices and the relationships they form with children and families have a signiﬁcant effect on children’s involvement and success in learning. Children thrive when families and educators work together in partnership to support young children’s learning.
Our goals for your child are based on the Early Years Learning Framework and collaboration with families and include:
- Mutual respect and empathy
- Concern and responsibility for self and others
- A sense of self worth
- Social awareness
- Importance of sustainability
- Habits of initiative and persistence
- Creative intelligence and imagination
- Self-confidence as an independent learner
- A love of learning
For more information on the Early Years Learning Framework please go to our links below
The educational program is:
- Based on the Early Years Learning Framework-Being Belonging and Becoming (EYLF)
- Include children’s interests, strengths and build on previous knowledge
- Based on current research and theories on how children learn
- Is play based learning where children are actively engaged in their learning
- Children will be provided with experiences and learning opportunities in a variety of areas including but not limited to:
- Physical development and coordination
- Social development (e.g. forming and maintaining relationships, cooperation)
- Emotional development ( e.g. self-regulation, self-esteem, resilience, expressing anger appropriately, talking about feelings)
- Language and literacy
- All experiences and learning opportunities are also aimed at fostering the natural curiosity of children which is essential for learning.