Early Education

Program Cycle

The educational programming cycle involves of planning, implementing, observing, documenting, assessing and reflecting on children’s learning outcomes and this is recorded in Kindybook. The programming cycle involves educators continually observing children as they play and work as a group and individually. Educators create and implement programs that scaffold learning and build on children’s natural curiosity and current and emerging abilities. Examples of emerging abilities educator's aim to achieve include:

  • Social, emotional abilities of confidence, persistence, resilience, independence, self-esteem, regulating emotions, cooperation and developing empathy and respect.
  • Physical development abilities of coordination and control, spatial awareness, muscle tone and strength, and fine and gross motor mastery.
  • Intellectual development abilities of creativity, curiosity, inquiry, decision making, problem solving and perception logic.