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Kuraby Early Learning Centre Early Education Programs 1

By promoting a child’s interest we find, they learn at their own level.

  • We encourage children to learn at their own pace and with their own interests
  • Children are able to explore, experiment, and take challenges

This all helps to strengthen both individual and group’s social, emotional, intellectual, physical, and creative development.

Our Early Years Learning Framework provides the highest quality care and helps children to develop good habits and attitudes.

We welcome all children regardless of cultural background, religion, or developmental needs.

Programs

Ella Program

ELLA is an exciting digital language learning program for Kindergarten children. Through using play-based apps called Polyglots (a polyglot is someone who is multilingual) on tablet devices, the children will learn the Chinese language and it will open up a world cultural possibility for them.
The children gain so much more than a new language experience, ELLA can boost children’s learning of cultural appreciation, digital, cognitive, and social skills.

Retrieved from https://www.ella.edu.au/

Ella Program Yoga Inspired Life Coach

Every second Monday, the Kindergarten children participate in a 30-min yoga and meditation class. When children partake in yoga, it increases their confidence, develops concentration, and strengthens their bodies in a physical and calming way. Additionally, yoga can improve their children’s impulses in a positive way as it provides children a way to manage their behaviour. It is a great way for children to take the time to stop and reset their inner clocks.

Pop Up Library

The Kindergarten children attend the Pop-up Library located at Svoboda park on alternative Mondays to Yoga. During each of these visits, library staff host interactive First 5 Forever children’s storytime sessions for children and their parents or carers to enjoy.

Children’s Storytime sessions aim to support early literacy development and parents in their role as a child’s first and most important teacher. Each session presents a fun, educational, and interactive way of learning rhymes and songs that you and your child can take home to enjoy together. These sessions also include practical tips on how you can support your child’s language and literacy skills from birth.

Retrieved from https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/things-to-see-and-do/council-venues-and-precincts/libraries/library-locations/pop-up-library

Storypark

The service documents and communicates the EYLF, QKGL, and MTOP through an online program called Storypark. The program allows families to follow and keep up to date with their children’s learning and development from the comfort of their own home through a number of electronic devices. Storypark can record and communicate learning as it happens via photos, daily stories, observations, magical moments, and children’s goals within a secure online environment.

Frameworks

The service documents and communicates the EYLF, QKGL and MTOP through an online program called Storypark. The program allows families to follow and keep up to date with their children’s learning and development from the comfort of their own home through a number of electronic devices. Storypark can record and communicate learning as it happens via, photos, daily stories, observations, magical moments, and children’s goals within a secure online environment.

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