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Our new transition to School Program
Jun16

Our new transition to School Program

Our management Team at  St Mary Multicultural Early Learning Centres have developed a new and extensive Transition to school program. The development process involved feedback from our local primary schools, early childhood educators, families as well as our local community to ensure we provide the best for our preschoolers. Our aim is to prepare our children for the next big step in their lives, which is Kindergarten. We endeavor to make this transition as smooth and as successful as possible, ensuring each child reaches their full potential at their own pace. Our highly qualified educators will engage our preschoolers in a range of learning experiences which will challenge their thinking, memory as well as language skills in fun and interactive ways. Our program also includes teaching the children 2 foreign languages though out the year, teaching how to play a range of musical instruments as well as implementing a fun & challenging Physical program once a week by an external service. Please refer to the grid below for more information. Please note, each service will alter the program slightly to suit their children’s needs, family & community feedback as well as their local area dynamics.   Download our Transition to School Program...

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Connecting with our local communities
Jan25

Connecting with our local communities

At St Mary Multicultural ELC, we are passionate about our community as well as educating the children about it’s importance, how to connect and stay connected with our communities. Our educators ensure to acknowledge the Indigenous people of our land [The Darug People] and we pay our respects to their Elders, past and present, and the Elders from other communities who may be here today.  We ensure to do so by inviting our local elders in the community to come in and educate the children about the Aboriginal and Tors Trait Islander cultures, we participate in the “Welcome to the Country” program, we provide the children with opportunities to learn about and get involved in Aboriginal art/craft, story telling, making music and musical instruments as well as exposing them to the Aboriginal & TSI cultures through our daily experiences. Some of the ways we stay connected with our community; Visits to our local primary schools and inviting the primary schools into our services for family information nights. Visits to the local library, musems & parks. Visits to our local nursing homes. Visits to the neighbours around the services. Inviting our local community services (Police/ Fire Brigade/ Ambulance officers) to our centres. inviting our local librarians & council rangers to come in to our...

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Like our Facebook Page
Jan01

Like our Facebook Page

To keep an on going and continuous update relationship with our families as well as community members,  we invite everyone to like our Facebook page, St Mary Multicultural Child Care Centre. One the page, each branch takes a turn each week to make daily posts about the different updates occurring at the service. Families and our local community members can see what the children are involved in and what learning experiences are happening at the centres on daily bases. For privacy reasons, we keep the children’s faces and identities anonymous.  ...

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