Daily Routines

What an average day at our centres looks like ...

Our morning starts at 7:30 am. Fruit is cut for morning tea and children choose activities that they will be responsible for throughout the day from the “I did it!” Wall. For example feeding the chickens, the fish or turtle, shaking hands, watering the garden, feeding the worms, the compost bin, the weather chart, setting the tables for lunch, activities to set up for outdoor play, setting up the indoor environment and others

At 9:30 am we have a group time inside when we sing songs, listen to news and then transition to wash hands before having Morning Tea outside. When children have finished their morning tea they individually and independently choose an activity that they are currently interested in. Activities are attractive and they can be done individually, in small groups with or without an adult. Playing games, reading stories, singing songs and playing music are all part of the morning with as much interrupted time for children to explore, discover and engage in a range of interesting activities. This cycle continues until lunchtime at 12:30pm

Lunch is provided and children who require a nap after lunch do so while others have a meditation time and educators intentionally extend ideas that have arisen from family interests.

At 3pm we have afternoon tea and children often choose to play outdoors under the trees. We rotate outdoor materials so that children have a variety of equipment to play with each day.

At 4pm we use the under awning section to offer quieter games and activities as we start winding down for the afternoon. All outdoor materials are packed away by 5pm as we all transition inside to play quieter games and play until close.

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Each year families are invited to Meet and Greets: Harmony Day in March, the shortest day of the year in June is Movie Night, we celebrate the International Day of Peace in September and a final graduation and concert in December.

Each term we host events to discuss aspects of our program. Mothers, fathers and grandparents are acknowledged with an open invitation for observing and interacting with their child on specific days throughout the year.