Play activities allow children to naturally develop and have the opportunity to guide their own learning. Activity outcomes and individual observations on your child are documented in The Collective to assist in extending their skills and abilities.
Children have the opportunity for both indoor and outdoor play as part of each group’s routine. The outdoor area is an essential part of the learning environment for children. All age groups utilise our specifically designed playgrounds to test their co-ordination, balance, skills and strength.
Little Scholars School of Early Learning offers an extensive Transition to School program for children aged three to six years based on the National Early Years Learning Framework. The Framework has a strong emphasis on play-based learning as play is the best vehicle for young children’s learning providing the most appropriate stimulus for brain development. The Framework also recognises the importance of communication and language (including early literacy and numeracy, social and emotional development).
We believe the value of play is of utmost importance for children as it’s their way of learning about their world. While children are playing they are able to express their creative ability, release emotions, and can share their feelings.
We aim to guide your child in becoming an effective learner by creating an environment that is challenging and stimulating.