Routines are an important part of any child’s life because it provides the sense of security and stability in their day-to-day. Although we run different activities and experiences each day, the overall structure remains the same.
Centre Opens and free play is offered while families arrive
Group time and transition to morning tea. Age appropriate books, songs and activities are offered for the 2-3 and 3-5 age groups
Craft is offered daily to promote creativity, self-expression, and imagination. Our craft activities also help to further develop their fine motor skills
Preschool Group – The 3-5-year-olds focus on school readiness. This helps to support a smooth transition to school
Group time and transition to lunch. Children are able to tell their news for the day
Lunch is at the indoor tables and occasionally we have an outdoor picnic
Quiet reading on beds. Children are offered a range of age-appropriate books from our library and we delegate a library monitor per day
Quiet movie on beds
Children who no longer sleep are able to have quiet activities on the beds and then head outdoors
Transition to afternoon program
Afternoon tea is offered outside on the mat
Afternoon group time where we focus on language and literacy
What to bring
One small bedsheet and a blanket in a bag. The bag stays at the centre until the end of week.
A piece a fruit
That iscut up into a fruit salad for the children for morning tea
Be sure to send labeled spare clothes to kindergarten each day and leave them in your child’s bag.
We ask you pack your child a healthy lunch. Please don’t pack lollies, chocolate, chips,junk food. ALSO NO NUTS OR PEANUT BUTTER
A minimum of 4 nappies each day, clearly marked with your child’s name on the fold.
Packed in a clearly labeled box or plastic bag, separate tothe lunch box
As we use our hats most days, please provide one that can be left at kindy.
One that can be left at kindy for your child. The staff will wash the bottles at the endof the day and refill withcold water on your child’s next day