… The Gumbaynggirr people are the traditional owners of the land where we grow, learn and play. We pay our respects to the elders past, existing and future. We recognise and embrace their spiritual connection to the land and are thankful for the care and guardianship they have given for thousands of years.
… Our beautiful, natural outdoor environment and our engaging indoor spaces provide children with the opportunity to develop their love of nature and enables children to learn ‘how’ to learn and grow into confident, respectful and resilient individuals.
… Every child has the right to engage meaningfully in learning opportunities, so we arrange our programs and practice to support the inclusion of each child’s unique abilities and individual interests to reach their full potential.
… In reflective practice and ongoing learning as a team we can continue to extend our knowledge in order to offer rich experiences for our children.
… In the uniqueness of our families and the rich experiences they have to share with us. Through respectful communication with our families we support positive outcomes and a strong sense of security and wellbeing for each child. By building these partnerships, we know we enter a shared vision to support children’s positive social, emotional and educational learning journeys.
… Children will become the sustainability caretakers of our planet. What we teach them today will impact on their care of the world tomorrow. Through meaningful practices we will model how to embrace the essence of sustainability in our daily lives.
…That robust physical activity, managed risk taking and healthy nutrition enables children to develop lifelong patterns to support and promote healthy bodies and minds.
… Children learn and grow when their social and emotional being is strong and supported. We create an environment within which children can develop strong foundations for positive mental health outcomes.