This is where we get crafty and learn traditional skills.
Designed to suit curious little hands. We love to encourage independence and self-help skills. It’s all about allowing the experience of purposeful and meaningful opportunities.
A quiet, tranquil space where children enjoy the wonderful world of books. Children are encouraged to join our book borrowing program.
The Librarian oversees the program and leads story time each morning to develop a life-long love of reading. Lounge areas are comfortable and cosy places full of puzzles and games and blocks and teddy bears and all manner of things that children enjoy.
The Workshop is a big free space for science experiments, making dinosaur landscapes, constructing from boxes, wood and other materials. Room for the imagination to run free.
Outdoor art studio and digging patch.
The herb garden and picnic areas are quiet, perfect for hunting insects, enjoying a book or planting vegetables.
There’s something for every child, whatever they need.
This protected area is setup so new skills can be tried safely, while enhancing and nurturing a feeling of independence.
One of our primary goals is to ensure a warm, cosy feel that invites an unrivalled sense of homeliness. A space where everyone is welcome.
Another key goal is to maximise every opportunity to learn, using the STEM approach to foster key learning areas of science, maths, arts, literature and creativity.
In our modern, creatively designed landscaped gardens, the richness of colour, form, variety and the fun of impromptu interaction and adventure set new standards in early education.
These spaces, and the resources in them, are specifically designed to represent everyday life.
While it feels safe and familiar, these spaces are actually meticulously planned Learning Zones, setup to facilitate the STEM learning approach by utilising everyday life experiences.