At Numurkah Pre-School, they strive to provide each child with a quality education in a safe, caring and stimulating environment, which fosters confidence and independence, and encourages active learning through play-based activities.
The early childhood period of children’s lives has a profound impact on their learning and development for the long term. From birth to eight years, children’s developing brains undergo a rapid change. This is when children have the greatest opportunities to develop neutral pathways for learning.
The Victorian Early Years Learning Framework and the United Nations Convention Rights of the Child, guides the practice and program Numurkah Pre-School deliver for the children attending. These frameworks acknowledge that all children have the right to life and development, the right to be heard, the right to non-discrimination and the right for the best interests of the child to be upheld whilst they are developing through their identity, community and sense of belonging.
Numurkah Pre-School provides a funded 4-year-old program that runs 30 hours a fortnight and if there is a demand for after kinder care this will also be offered to support working families.
For more information, call 5862 1569 or visit www.numurkah.kindergarten.vic.gov.au