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TODDLERS ROOM

2-3 Years

The principles of early childhood pedagogy underpin practice. Our educators also draw on a rich repertoire of pedagogical practices outlines by the EYLF to promote children’s learning by:

  • Holistic Approaches - adopting holistic approaches to the child as a whole

  • Responsiveness - being responsive to children, especially at this stage where children’s physical, personal, social and emotional needs are quickly developing

  • Learning Through Play - planning and implementing learning through play to ensure learning is integrated into the day's activities, interactive and fun

  • Intentional Teaching - deliberate, purposeful and thoughtful teaching

  • Learning Environments - creating physical and social learning environments that have a positive impact on children’s learning, allowing spontaneous learning moments

  • Cultural Competence - valuing the cultural contexts of children and their families as well as teaching how to be respectful and inclusive through communication and play

  • Continuity Of Learning And Transitions - providing for continuity from home routines as well as preparing children to transition to the preschool room

  • Assessment Of Learning - this allows us to plan effectively for children’s current and future learning

To learn more about the Early Years Learning Framework, click the button below:

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Each child is viewed as unique and supported in following their interests and strengths. We inspire children to make thoughtful decisions by encouraging individualism as well as risky-play which in turn promotes cognitive thought processes.​

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Our Toddlers Room is designed to support exploration and investigation. Children are encouraged to show empathy, care and respect for others and their environment as they navigate playing with peers and objects.

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We promote confidence and a sense of achievement through encouraging autonomy decision making, whilst being mindful of each child's wellbeing, including self esteem and emerging self-regulation. This can be seen as children serve their own meals and in being responsible for their own belongings