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Mooroolbark is committed to providing a high quality educational program tailored to the natural development of your child. We use a collaborative approach when it comes to their needs, focusing on building better relationships with all our families, educators, local communities and most importantly - the children.
Mooroolbark feels that by providing extraordinary education and care for early learners in a fun, respectful and safe environment, will lead children to develop at their full potential and gain greater confidence in their ability.
We offer a stimulating curriculum with the aim of building confident and active learners. Using a holistic approach to education, we combine school readiness programs with learning experiences to foster the social and emotional development of young children.
Our integrated indoor/outdoor curriculum is child-directed and seeks to engage children in meaningful learning experiences. Our experience has found this to be the most effective method by getting them excited about learning and confident to take on their formal educational journey.
Where we learn, share, laugh and grow
At Mooroolbark Child Care Centre, we believe that children are confident, competent and resourceful learners. We appreciate and foster the individuality of all children and acknowledge the differences of individual and cultural diversity of each child and to provide stimulating activities associated with these.
Through our play-based curriculum diverse opportunities are provided to engage children in meaningful play. Utilising both spontaneous and planned opportunities it builds upon children’s learning to develop their knowledge and skills enabling them to grow to their full potential.
Our families rely on us to provide a caring and happy environment where their children can experience the wonders of nature and discover the joys of learning through play.
The Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework advances all children's learning and development from birth to eight years. It does this by supporting all early childhood professionals to work together and with families to achieve common outcomes for all children.