To be nationally recognised for our work in supporting children’s social and emotional development.
To be a community of learners where all children feel safe, secure, valued and respected.
We do this through our quality play-based curriculum and our strong, positive, compassionate, collaborative and reciprocal relationships with and between children, families, staff and the wider community.
Our quality play-based curriculum is both born out of these relationships and stands within these relationships.
Relationships form the basis of all learning and wellbeing and are, thus, the foundations of everything we do.
Our relationships make us a community that is welcoming, inclusive, curious, collaborative and strong. Our relationships advocate for and support children’s learning and wellbeing not only within our service community but beyond our walls into our surrounding community and the wider world.
We are our relationships and the children in our care learn and grow through them.
We see childhood as a unique time of life that should be valued in itself in which children can play, learn, wonder and create which lay foundations for learning, health and wellbeing in the future.
We are a community of learners and we constantly seek opportunities to improve ourselves, our service and our community.
We celebrate and welcome diversity in all its forms, striving to support everyone to feel welcome and to make a positive difference in the world.
We build rich and trusted relationships in our community, both within and beyond our walls.
We encourage and welcome active positive contributions to our community and strive to contribute to the community around us.
We maintain a deep respect for the individual and the land and communities in which we live, work and play.
We believe Emotional and physical wellbeing are the ultimate foundations for building quality engagement in learning and life and thus strive to support this with all our children, families and staff.
We respect and value the beauty and awe in the natural world and the acknowledge and celebrate the traditional Wangal land on which we live, work and play.