Welcome to the Kurilpa Toddler room!
In the Toddler room, we believe each child is unique and special and it is important that they feel valued, cared-for and have a sense of security from those around them. By taking observations and interacting with the children, we act as a guide or facilitator to enhance their learning and development through play.
The Toddler community is where self help and self confident skills shine! We highly value our Toddler children’s abilities and believe in fostering their sense of achievement through supporting all challenges they may face. Through observation and conversation we are able to provide a unique program where the environment is valued and used as the third teacher. We firmly believe in cultivating a strong connection with nature, spending as much time as possible in our amazing back yard and local community. Through developing each child’s sense of self, we are able to support their continuing journey on the road to understanding who they are, what they can accomplish and who they might become. We believe in creating a learning community that encompasses all opportunities and input from Kurilpa, home and the wider environment.
We look forward to working alongside you and your family during your time with us in the Toddler Room.
|Age:||2 – 3 years|
|Bring:||– A clearly labelled water bottle (this is to be taken home each night to clean and refill). The drink box usually lives on a shelf in the room toward the verandah door.
– A clearly labelled hat (Kurilpa hats are available for purchase through the office). These are also to go home once a week for washing. All hats are to be hung on the pegs out on our verandah.
– A bag containing your child’s sheets (a comforter blanket in winter) for use while at Kurilpa. These are to be taken home once a week for washing. There is a basket near the kitchenette doors to keep them.
– A bag containing your child’s spare clothes (four pairs), nappies (at least six a day), underwear for toilet training (6-8 pairs). All items must be placed within your child’s locker, their bag stowed in the labelled cupboard underneath the lockers in the bathroom.
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