Our values and beliefs: Faith, Hope & Love
And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love. (I Corinthians 13:13)
- families and community form an integral part of our childhood curriculum.
- all children have the right to learn regardless of culture, socio-economic status or disability.
- in striving to inspire a natural love of learning.
- what children are doing, saying, thinking and feeling about their daily work is important.
- children bring to the indoor and outdoor learning settings a wealth of prior knowledge that can be shared, reflected and built upon.
- children who are healthy in mind, body and spirit are secure in their sense of belonging.
- our organised programs have a vision for learners.
- children can reach their full potential through a nurturing and caring approach to learning.
- experiences are developed to meet children’s needs and interests.
- children learn according to their own individual style and at their own rate.
- play is often the most valuable context for children’s learning.
- the involvement of parents, family and community members benefit learning outcomes.
- relationships are key in developing children’s learning.