School of Early Learning
Learning through play
Our kindergarten program is specifically designed for our children who are preparing for school and those children who are already attending kindergarten programs within a school setting. Our on-site Early Childhood Teacher alongside with our amazing educators, create exciting and educational programs to further their development and learning to prepare your child for school. We create a warm-welcoming learning environment that supports and promotes learning. We create different learning centres that are based around children's interests that will promote play and inquiry through intentional and unintentional teaching.
We explore visual arts and crafts, music and dance, science, maths, phonics and early writing through a range of activities and play. We aim to prepare your child for future schooling and work alongside schools that children already attend to keep consistency between us and your child's school program. Through communication with families, constant observation and assessment of our own teachings we are able to provide a programme to children that will best further their skills and development as they continue to grow and learn.
Our Early Childhood Teacher works alongside teachers from our sister services to create and implement activities and experiences for our programs. Our teachers work together creating these exciting programmes along with creating innovative ways of observing our children to ensure the best possible education and care is being provided to your child.
With our progressive and holistic early childhood education philosophy, we understand that each child has unique needs and interests. We provide the environment and tools your child needs to thrive to the best of their abilities. When we expose children to different environments and various learning experiences, we allow them to explore their self-awareness and gain a sense of the world around them. Once they leave Ellenbrook School of Early Learning, they’re fully prepared for the next stage of their young lives.