Believe Early Education explains our play-based learning approach towards our little big believers.

All learning is play and all play is learning.

Our educators at Believe Early Education support and extend each child’s learning through our involvement in their play. By engaging in shared thinking and conversations we are supporting children’s development and expanding their learning.

It is our belief that children learn best when they are in caring relationships and where they are inspired and interested in the activities and environments around them.

Following the National Quality Framework

At Believe Early Education we use the Early Years Learning Framework as the guideline for our programs. This document is nationally approved under the National Quality Framework, and at the core is learning through play.

“The Framework conveys the highest expectations for all children’s learning from birth to five

years and through the transitions to school. It communicates these expectations through the following five Learning Outcomes:

  1. Children have a strong sense of identity.
  2. Children are connected with and contribute to their world.
  3. Children have a strong sense of well-being.
  4. Children are confident and involved learners.
  5. Children are effective communicators.”

Careful Programming

Our educators at Believe Early Education design programs, create environments and plan activities based on children’s interests and developmental stages. By observing children, we learn what they know and what they are interested in. Through our interactions and observations, we identify areas where we can further support their development. For example, when a child is observed interacting with a butterfly, educators engage in meaningful discussions about this which may lead to exploration of life cycles, nature, flight, colours, symmetry, using mirrors, the possibilities are endless!

If you’d like your child to become a little big believer, start your journey today!