In early childhood we value frequent and regular opportunities to explore and learn in our outdoor environments and natural play spaces. We recognise that young children learn best through physical and sensory experiences – active play.
Our bushland provides a play space to give children contact with the natural world and unique opportunities to engage with nature, the weather and the seasons. The children learn to understand and respect nature and the interdependence of humans, animals, plants and lifecycles.
The outdoor environment offers children opportunities for freedom and movement through physical activity and promotes a sense of well being. Outdoor environments are a platform for creative play and the development of the imagination and problem solving skills.
Pre-Primary Program Information – Term One 2019
16th February 2019
It was great to see and chat with many of you at the family picnic last night! We hope that everyone had a great time! Please read through our programme information booklet and note down important dates in your calendar. Thank you!
A little Year 2 boy earnestly told me (with a beaming smile) this morning, how his dad had to work tonight so his Mum ‘snooked’ some cards into his bag as a big surprise …. very romantic and it wasn’t lost on their son! Absolutely wonderful! Hopefully dad had something lovely up his sleeve for Mum too? 🙂
Ok, “sneaked” is the correct standard past tense and past participle form of “sneak” and the word he was probably looking for! But hey, in another few years who knows, ‘snook’ might just be a new word!
Happy Valentine’s day everyone … may the love of those dear to you, and of a God who knows you through and through, nurture and sustain you, today and all the days of your life!
Just a short message to thank you all most sincerely for your donations of food today …. your generosity was greatly appreciated by the Tarandetti family.
Small gestures of kindness such as this, help a grieving family to know that they are being thought of in a very special way by people who really care.
Please keep Jack, his dad John, and all the family in your prayers during the difficult months ahead.
Once things settle a little we will share how you might like to support the family with a practical one -off meal or go on a more regular roster.
Thanks again and all the very best for the term ahead.