Our dedicated childhood professionals recognise pedagogy, which actively engages children in play as one of the main ways they learn and develop. They use a holistic approach when planning for the whole child’s development. Our team pays attention to the children’s physical, personal, social, emotional and spiritual wellbeing, as well as the cognitive aspects of their learning.
Our childhood professionals are seen as valuable resources for our centres, where their personalities and beliefs contribute to making a successful learning environment. They have a range of early childhood teaching qualifications and experience.
We strongly believe in promoting ongoing learning and reflective practices for all of our childhood professionals. Through an ongoing cycle of reviewing current practice, we are able to establish new ideas and always continue to improve. We also encourage our staff to constantly update their skills and knowledge by attending relevant external and internal training and courses.
We ensure that background checks are carried out on all childcare professionals before they are employed, and all employees are required to follow the centre’s ethical code of conduct.
We believe that continuity of care is important to ensure the children establish trust and form a warm, secure relationship with their teachers. We arrange to have the same staff with the same children, where possible, to promote stability and comfort for our children.