Connection, routine and wellbeing, the focus for Catholic Early EdCare kindergartens during at home learning.
Getting settled and making friends in the first few weeks of kindergarten.
We understand it’s important to find the kindergarten program that works best for your child and your family. In this article we break down the differences between kindergarten programs to help you find the right experience for your family.
To ensure kindergarten is accessible to all children, and affordable for families, there are a number of subsidies available. In this article, we look at the different subsidies and eligibility, so you can understand what may be available to your family.
Your child’s health and wellbeing is our top priority and we recognise the essential role sleep, rest and relaxation plays in your child’s development.
As children grow they develop confidence and self-esteem from their interactions with others. There are a number of things you can do to help your children grow into confident young people, and in this article we look at some simple strategies you can use to build your child’s self-esteem.
Just as we all have different interests, tastes and preferences, we all have different ways of learning. This is especially true of young children, who will all learn in different ways and at their own pace. It’s important to allow children to learn and grow in the way that suits them best.
In the first five years of your child’s life, you’ll watch them grow faster than at any other time. As much as they are changing and growing physically, in the first five years of their life, your child’s brain will also develop faster than at any other time.
Our early learning program is focused on promoting your child’s sense of self and belonging to the world around them. Nurturing your child’s spirituality in their early years allows them to grow empowered, resilient and confident to take the next steps in their journey.