Nature Play initiatives are increasingly recognised as beneficial to the development of young children, physically, mentally and emotionally.
Helping children produce positive thoughts and feelings, and adapt when confronted with adversity and stressful situations.
Helping children transition to primary school.
Enabling unfettered creativity by providing children with the raw materials to create any world they can imagine.
Creating lifelong healthy eating habits, recognising the connection between childrens physiological and cognitive wellbeing. Healthy body, healthy minds!
Gaining a better understanding of local, regional and global cultures within which we co-exist.
Bringing joy to children whilst developing physical coordination, rhythm and language through creative expression.
Inclusive practices that builds the capacity and capability of educators to offer participation in child care to all children.
Celebrating and understanding First Nations knowledge, cultures and stories.
An environment for social interaction and allow children participate in and enjoy new activities.
Fostering meaningful engagement and collaboration between our early education services and the communities in which we serve.
Promoting confidence and resilience through adventurous activity.
Developing language, sensory perception and imaginative thinking through creative activities.