Since a child’s earliest experiences occur in the home, and parental interest and involvement in these experiences is significant to a child’s development, a co-operative effort by parents and child care educators is essential in providing continuity from the home to the centre. Acknowledgment of children’s individual needs and shared decision making in regard to these needs is an important part of our day to day communication with families.
Ways of being involved:
Participating in daily events such as art & craft, reading stories, singing songs or sharing a skill with a group of children.
Attending the centre’s social events and information evenings
Contributing ideas and suggestions for our programs
Contributing to the centre’s Quality Improvement Plan
A monthly Newsletter and regular emails keep parents up to date with news and events. Download our latest Newsletter here.
Information about current events/programs in the community as well as specific centre information is displayed on notice boards throughout the Centre.