Centre Philosophy

Centre Philosophy

  • Provide a warm and welcoming environment that is nurturing, secure and free from bias.
  • Each child is respected as a unique competent and capable individual with his/her own needs experiences, abilities and interests.
  • Each child’s gender equality & social justice is respected.
  • We foster a mutually respectful partnership with all families; collaborating with all families, acknowledging diversity, religious beliefs and cultural identities.
  • We encourage all families & community contribution to the program and within the centre.
  • We provide a holistic program that promotes and extends on all that is advocated within The Early Year Learning Framework for Australia.
  • We enhance children’s understandings of diverse cultures within our society, country and world around us.
  • Educators are positive role models and respect & embrace others knowledge and beliefs.
  • A team approach is fostered where all team members are provided with encouragement, support & respected as individuals, as well as valuable members of the team.
  • The committee will endeavour to support the ongoing development and growth of the centre.
  • Numdaji Kwei (meaning ‘white mate’) acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations as the tradition owners of the land on which it stands. We respectfully recognise Elders both past and present.