We welcome you and your child to what we trust will be an extension of your home. By working together we will provide an environment that promotes quality care and education for your child. Tiny Voices Early Learning Centre is privately owned and is run by a team of caring and dedicated trained staff. We provide a balanced programme of learning and an extensive range of developmentally appropriate activities and experiences for children aged from 0 months to 6 years. We're a place where small things make a big difference. Tiny Voices. Our learning journey starts here.
We provide a stimulating, interesting and natural environment that allows children to explore and engage in experiences that they plan and carry out.
The staff and management of Tiny Voices Early Learning Centre believe that relationships form the key to quality education. We believe that respectful, interactive relationships, between children and adults form the basis of a positive self-image for the child. When the teachers nurture the child’s interests with warmth and caring, both adults and children grow and learn together.
Adults respect the children as confident competent learners and communicators. They encourage their sense of belonging with increasing knowledge of their community and the world around them.
We provide a stimulating, interesting and natural environment that allows children to explore and engage in experiences that they plan and carry out. Children learn best when they engage in experiences that they are interested in and that the adults, teachers and parents work together to increase understanding, respect and knowledge.
- To value and respect each child as an individual;
- To extend and develop each child’s skills, knowledge and interests through successful experiences which encourage the development of a healthy self-concept and positive self-esteem;
- To encourage social development so each child learns to interact successfully in a variety of situations
- To be sensitive and respectful of varied cultural and religious practices;
- To provide an environment that encourages children to develop their capabilities and interests at their own pace and according to their individual needs;
- To provide a warm, nurturing and safe environment that encourages the development of the whole child;
- To be a support to all families in all aspects of each child’s development;
- To ensure that communication will be a two way process, which recognizes parents as the primary care givers;
- To provide qualified, experienced and caring staff to meet the needs of the individual child; and
- To ready the child for his or her transition to school.