Our pedagogies are Reggio Emilia inspired which encourage children to question, experiment, observe and interact with others while promoting their own self-confidence, developing resilience and fostering freedom of expression. We allow children to become the architects for their own learning , creating activities that are to be relevant, meaningful and enjoyable for each individual, according to their own learning patterns.
|The Practice Principles for Children’s Learning and Development
||Assessment for learning and development
|Partnership with families
||High expectations for every child
|Equity and diversity
||Respectful relationship and responsive engagement
|Integrated teaching and learning approaches
||Partnership with professionals
The core principles in this Code of Ethics are based on the fundamental and prized values of the profession. They act to guide decision making in relation to ethical responsibilities. These core principles require a commitment to respect and maintain the rights and dignity of children, families, colleagues and communities.
The core principles are as follows:
- Each child has unique interests and strengths and the capacity to contribute to their communities.
- Children are citizens from birth with civil, cultural, linguistic, social and economic rights.
- Effective learning and teaching is characterised by professional decisions that draw on specialised knowledge and multiple perspectives.
- Partnerships with families and communities support shared responsibility for children’s learning, development and wellbeing.
- Democratic, fair and inclusive practices promote equity and a strong sense of belonging.
- Respectful, responsive and reciprocal relationships are central to children’s education and care.
- Play and leisure are essential for children’s learning, development and wellbeing.
- Research, inquiry and practice-based evidence inform quality education and care.