The program in the Babies room is based on the philosophy of respect children as unique individuals, who have diverse ways to learn and develop. The Early Learning Framework structure and direct the settings for quality teaching and learning based on the play.
The main goals and Learning outcomes for the children build and foster:
- A strong sense of their identity
- Connections with their world
- A strong sense of wellbeing
- Confidence and involvement in their learning
- Effective communication skills (verbal and non-verbal)
CHILDREN HAVE A STRONG SENSE OF IDENTITY AND THEY ARE CONNECTED TO THE WORLD
Our first priority is building secure environment for the children. We build positive relationships with the children to help the children to be active participants in the community.
We support the children to develop strong sense of confidence, self esteem and we also support the children to interact with care in the activities and develop empathy and respect others.
CHILDREN HAVE A STRONG SENSE OF WELLBEING
Next step is in our room to support the children become independent, provide the children opportunities to develop their confidence and manage the daily routine.
One of our major goals is linked to the progress in developing basic gross motor skills for the babies. We provide different physical activities to help the children to develop their gross motor skills such as crawling, jumping, rolling and catching balls and dancing amongst others.
CHILDREN ARE CONFIDENT AND INVOLVED LEARNERS
We encourage and support the children’s curiosity, interests by setting up a safe and spacious exploring environment. Sensory play activities are introduced as well as natural environments indoors and outdoors.
CHILDREN ARE EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATORS
In the babies room we exploring sounds and movement patterns, singing songs, chants and rhymes. Literacy skills are introduced reading stories, naming objects and colorful pictures using different kind of resources.