Choosing the right school can be one of the most challenging decisions every parent has to face. Here are three perspectives on what Shinetime Early Learning Centre has to offer your child.
Children learn from birth and their learning and development at each stage of life forms the foundation for the next. During the period from birth to eight years, children experience more rapid brain development and acquire more skills and knowledge than in any other period in their lives. By the time they enter school, children have already developed key communication, learning and thinking skills; learned to build and maintain relationships; and formed a strong sense of their own identity. These skills and knowledge are the foundation for learning at school, and for lifelong learning.
It identifies five Early Years Learning and Development Outcomes for all children:
All activities at The Shinetime Early Learning and Kindergarten are guided by extensive, well-documented policies and procedures that have been formulated and approved by the Committee of Management of the centre. Parents are encouraged to provide feedback to the committee or to the Director on any of the policies outlined below as.
The Centre is committed to continuous improvement, and policies and procedures are regularly updated. The aim of the policies is to ensure that there are well thought out and documented guidelines that ensure that the care and education provided to the children at the centre is of the highest quality.
The Practice Principles are arranged into three categories: Collaborative
1] Family-centred practice
2] Partnerships with professionals
3] High expectations for every child Effective
4] Equity and diversity
5] Respectful relationships and responsive engagement
6] Integrated teaching and learning approaches
7] Assessment for learning and development Reflective
8] Reflective practice.
Some of our Policy’s as below: