One Pre-Kinder Curriculum

Encourage a Child's Brain Development

3 - 5 years

One recognise this is the time for children to move from toddlerhood to childhood and is an important time in their emotional development. Your child will really start to understand that their body, mind and emotions belong to them as they start to know the difference between feeling happy, sad, afraid or angry.

Our Pre Kinder program is designed to empower children, build confidence and foster a sense of belonging in their wider community so they can successfully start kinder with confidence.

Our educators are intelligently reflective and proactive as they encourage children to cooperatively play and explore new challenges. We set the tone, relating, responding and reassuring to build necessary trust and personal confidence for children to become explorers and adventurers.

What to bring:

  • Drink bottle / water bottle
  • Spare clothes
  • Sun hat / winter hat

Please ensure all belongings are clearly labelled with your child’s name.

Brain Development in the Early Years

Brain Development Program

Every shared game promotes rich social learning, and play, especially during the pre-kinder years, encourages your child to take turns, cooperate and share. Our role is to open up opportunities for both unstructured and structured play, seeking to mix the power of their imaginations with the contents of the real world.

One Toddler Curriculum

Toddler time is an exciting time and our enrichment programs offer creative expression of thoughts and feelings, along with physical challenges, relaxation and interaction with the natural environment.

Art and Music

Participation in singing and finger puppets; exploring different art mediums including set up of provocations; listening, swaying and moving to music; enjoying colours and mixing; playing instruments; using dramatic play and group play.


Learning to still the mind focusing on sounds, breathing, squishing and squeezing muscles, smell and touch.


Mastering walking, climbing and jumping; moving around obstacles; pouring own drinks and self-feeding; and kicking or throwing a ball.

Find out more

If you want to find out more please book a tour to see our child care centre, if you’re ready to enrol your child please visit out enrolments page for more details.