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The Reggio Emilia approach explained

Our potential stretches as far as our imaginations – but only if we are given the confidence to take it there.

Potential, combined with our unique abilities that we develop from an early age, form the very makeup of who we are and who we will become. The Reggio Emilia approach pays close attention to the relationships that children share with their environment, such as family, peers and teachers.

Your child will help set the curriculum

It’s only natural that children who are regarded in a warm and positive light will always succeed at a higher level than those who are judged in a limited or negative way.

The Reggio Emilia approach is to co-construct the curriculum with the children and their families to stimulate a free and open-sourced style of learning.

The approach encourages both children and teachers to brainstorm and discuss topics of interest. Children are encouraged to develop skills in problem solving, hypothesising, critical reflection and collaboration. They will be asked to document their ideas, knowledge and understanding in a variety of ways.

It’s all about family

The relationships between a child and their family is of paramount importance in determining a their enthusiasm towards learning. This is why we work hand-in-hand with all family members, to foster a strong community spirit. Ultimately, we want our centre to feel like a home outside of home.

Educators that care

Our team consists of only passionate and driven individuals who strive towards developing the bright minds of tomorrow. We’ll work hand-in-hand with you to develop suitable goals for your child. All staff undergo monthly training programs, as well as Mentoring & Professional Development courses so that their skills are always to the highest possible standard.

The ‘third educator’

We refer to the environments surrounding the children as the ‘third educator’, as it plays a major role. Fun environments stimulate children’s minds and capture their imaginations, engaging them in learning, creating and socialising. We emphasise on attractive colours, lights, designs, and make use of natural and man-made resources and organise the environment for children to be independent.

Daily communication

Parents will receive daily calls about their child’s care and transition during the first three weeks of care

Educators complete a weekly communication book for each child outlining the week’s highlights and projects. Feel free to write a comment back so educators can include your input into your child’s program.

A daily journal is recorded for each room and these are emailed to parents in the afternoon so you can keep up to date about the events and projects in the room. We also host a monthly newsletter.