“… these early years are important”.
“… these early years are important. The majority of brain development occurs from conception to age one and continues at a rapid pace through the first few years. Very young babies learn to respond to the world through their relationship with their caregivers.” Brainwave Trust, New Zealand
Watch your child’s confidence grow as they explore and foster their imagination through play and interaction with other children aged 0-6. From building sandcastles to baking biscuits, painting to singing, working with wood to cutting shapes in playdough: every session will captivate your child and excite them.
Be involved with your child’s learning; play with them and alongside them. Encourage children to interact with others while you meet other parents and educators and become part of a fun, vibrant village where community and a sense of belonging is at the heart of everything we do.
The community of parents and the community of children, the learning opportunities for both, the fun, the friendships 💕
I love that I’m part of my son’s ECE learning experience by being there to set up arts, games, read books you don’t have at home and doing a portfolio for them. It’s a great way to meet friends for yourself and the kids, getting involved in the community doing fundraisers for Playcentre.. I could go on…