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Philosophy

  • Family Day Care Cairns Philosophy and Pedagogy

    We are committed to providing every child in our service with a safe inclusive play-based learning community where diversity is embraced and accepted, empowered, challenged and reflected without bias, providing children with opportunities to reach their full potential. 

    Relationships are the foundation of our service.  We continuously seek ways to foster positive partnerships and work with communities.  We respect and welcome family’s culture, values and beliefs.  Valued input from families enrich outcomes and curriculum for all children.  

    Our Educators promote resilience and take pride in their work.  Educators are recognised and valued as a wealth of knowledge and experience within the Early Childhood Profession with their own professional philosophy, perspectives, talents and interests that further enrich curriculum.   

    We believe all children are unique and capable learners.   Our Educators embrace children’s agency and provide a child focussed learning environment where children’s own imagination and creativity are the foundations of lifelong learning and collaborative play.   

    We are committed to continuous quality improvement.

     

  • Goals and Objectives:

     We embrace the National Quality Framework for children drawing on the Belonging, Being and Becoming and My   Time Our Place.   The framework guides our service and foundation and provides a basis for  our continuous cycle of   improvement.   

     We are committed to providing every child in our service with an inclusive learning community, where diversity is   embraced and accepted, empowered, challenged and reflected without bias providing children every opportunity to   reach their full potential. 

     We are committed to sustainable practices and the principles of Reduce, Recycle and Re-use where appropriate.

     We continuously seek ways to build professional knowledge and develop supportive learning communities as a team   and individually. 

      Reviewed August 2019.