Blog

Browse News From Our Kindergarten

5 Potty Training Myths

So, you’ve finally figured out how to get your child to sleep through the night, and teething is somewhat over.  Now you get to take a deep breath and crack open that bottle of red… wait, is that poop on the floor? And just like that, the next phase of development begins… potty training. (Lon

The need to get our kids back outside

We pride ourselves on being one of the few services who still offer a natural outdoor play space. Although it often comes with looking untidy especially when all the leaves are dropping and the children have enjoyed sand play so much so that the pits merge with the other spaces, a natural play space

What is play-based learning?

play based learning
Children of all ages learn naturally through play. It’s how they explore, make sense of the world, express their curiosity, and have fun. Play-based learning is the foundation of our approach to early learning, but because it just looks like play and fun a lot of parents might not realise the exte

Social-Emotional Learning

Social-Emotional Learning
We tend sometimes to speak in buzzwords in early education: emergent learning, play-based curriculum, SEL, SPD… I encourage you to check out this podcast interview with popular education blogger Vicki Davis about the nuance of language, our shared understanding of these terms, and how a current tr