Take care of children...
... moms deserve a break as well.
For Parents :
Communication is kept up to date via our communication books that record your baby’s day as best as possible, whereby we can follow your requests from day to day. It is particularly important to know your baby’s food and sleep preferences.
Children are carried along by the rhythms of the world in which they live – from the rhythms of breathing to the daily rhythms of sleeping and waking.
Ability to provide care and educational program to children of different age groups
All bedding, sunscreen, nappy, and nappy services provided.
Daily communication diary
Child Portfolios, Observations Records
Each day has its own special activity which usually takes place during free play, for example, water colour painting, beeswax modelling, drawing, domestic chores as well as cooking. The menu is changed regularly so the children can experience a variety of foods.
Children learn by imitation and physical activity so we surround them with fundamental life tasks, simple homely activities worthy of imitation like sweeping, cooking, gardening, building cubbies, painting, modelling and drawing. This practical experience helps children develop confidence and practical skills.
From Our Kitchen :
The centres provides all meals. All food is prepared at the centres. The ingredients are wholesome, fresh and for the most part unprocessed. We cater for children with many special dietary requirements.
Children are given:
A main meal.
For a copy of our complete four-week menu,
Recipes that make up our menu are from Caring for Children Food, Nutrition and Fun Activities, which are published by NSW department of health. This publication is one recommended for use in Day Care Centres by ACT Day Care licensing authorities.
It should be noted also that cooking is part of our centres program and at times children do cooking activities. Simple activities such as cooking cakes, soups or desser