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    89 Lady Nelson Way Keilor Downs 3038
  • Center Goals

    • Offer children a homelike environment which promotes softness and warmth, variety and challenge in a safe physical setting.
    • Encourage children to develop a positive attitude towards learning, responsibility, self-discipline and positive self-esteem.
    • Ensure staffs treat children equally despite their gender, religions and culture.
    • Design a program which reflects the centre’s philosophy and goals in a balanced and developmentally appropriate way that includes childrens and families input.
    • Design activities which will allow children to develop their capabilities and interests at their own pace and according to their individual needs.
    • Facilitate personal and social development by group experiences with peers, friendly interactions with adults and activities which promote their sense of independence and wellbeing.
    • Facilitate physical development by providing activities which foster fine and gross motor skills.
    • Facilitate creative development and aesthetic awareness by giving children the opportunity to appreciate the creative products of others and express their feelings through art, drama, music and movement experiences.
    • Facilitate intellectual development
    • by providing activities and experiences which allow children to experiment, think, reason and question the world around them and develop their problem solving skills.

    • Facilitate language development by valuing communication and conversation about daily events, experiences and people of interest to the children and modelling appropriate language forms, and by using home languages of the children.
    • To provide child-staff ratios which promote increased interaction and co-operation amongst staff and children and facilitate continuity of care.
    • Ensure staff has regular training opportunities to improve skills in working with children and families and be aware of the latest developments in programs and practices.
    • Acknowledge that parents have the most important and enduring relationship with their children and provide a range of services which support and enrich this relationship.
    • Provide information about Centre management to parents and value any input they choose to provide.
    • Prepare meals which meet children’s daily nutritional requirements and are culturally diverse and are religiously appropriate.
    • Adhere to hygiene principles which reduce the spread of infectious diseases and encourage children to follow these principles.
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