Designed Early Learning Programs

A child’s early years are critical to development and growth. “Belonging, Being, and Becoming” are the building blocks for happiness and success later in life. That’s why everything we teach your child fosters lifetime learning benefits. And this is the core value of our NQF adopted early learning programs.

Our Child Learning Programs Promote The Early Development Of:

  • Language and literacy skills

  • Personal and interpersonal skills

  • Physical skills

  • Creativity and the expressive arts

  • Problem solving, thinking and mathematical abilities

Our Educators implement early education programs designed to match individual child’s needs. Learning is observed, documented and reflected upon, to guide further learning experiences and enhance children’s learning and development.

Five Learning Outcomes

Using The Early Education and Care framework, St Clare have successfully built early education programs that understand early child care aged children.

Our educators understand that this is a time of building the basics for all core abilities and skills. Our dedicated educators teach your child specially designed learning activities that will stay with them for life. Your child’s learning is encouraged, guided, observed, and documented for later reflection to push the development of thinking and the mind.

St Clare Learning Outcomes:

  1. Children have a strong sense of identity
  2. Children are connected with and contribute to their world
  3. Children have a strong sens of well-being
  4. Children are confident and involved learners
  5. Children are effective communicators
The Brook Early Education and Care - Male Preschooler Climbing

St Clare Adopt the Principles Of Early Childhood Pedagogy for Educator Practice:

  1. Adopting holistic approaches
  2. Being responsive to children
  3. Planning and implementing learning through play
  4. Intentional teaching
  5. Valuing the cultural and social contexts of children and their families
  6. Providing for continuity in experiences and enabling children to have successful transition
  7. Assessing and monitoring children’s learning to inform provision and to support children in achieving learning outcomes.

So St Clare Kids:

  • Become successful learners
  • Confident and creative individuals
  • Active citizens