We offer dynamic student-centred programs with personalised learning activities that facilitate social and emotional development. We aim to engender a sense of wellbeing and build children’s confidence to effectively engage with others as they prepare to transition to primary school education.
Our programs aim to be inclusive and are driven by the interests of our students. Children are active participants and decision makers in their learning experiences. We value communicating and working in partnership with parents so that we, as educators, can link children’s experiences at home with their learning at kindergarten.
At Elsa MacLeod Kindergarten, we seek to foster effective learning skills in each child by offering a range of activities that recognise and celebrate the diversity of learners and learning styles.
We implement integrated teaching and learning approaches within clear daily routines, which incorporate child-directed play and learning, guided play and learning, and adult-led learning.
Learning activities are designed to provide fun and engaging opportunities to extend and develop literacy, numeracy, creativity, communication, conceptual understanding, fine motor skills and physical coordination.
Children engage in a range of play-based activities, such as: