Different methods for different stages of growth
Little Genius has developed its own strategy to implement the The Early Years Learning Framework – Belonging – Being – Becoming in our curriculum, built around learning activities in specific content areas such as “Mathematical Thinking”, “Literary Thinking”, “Scientific/Nature Thinking” and the Arts.
Our program reflects the rich diversity of our community, integrating culturally diverse information/perspectives that providing opportunities for children to thrive in an anti-bias curriculum.
We carefully arrange the environment and the teaching materials to promote active learning, problem solving and independence.
We have three Rooms:
Little Genius Academy Child Care uses exceeding teaching practices in our programs. We encourage teacher-child interaction, where teachers and children are active partners in the learning process, based on children’s individual and collective interests from the environment in which they live, equally merged with “intentional teaching“. This balance approach is critical to the effectiveness of our program.
Literacy and Mathematical concepts are the core foundation of the school readiness program, allowing children to build on basic skills to support their transition to school.
Children's flexible daily routine
Parent/ career drop off. Greeting friends and put away personal belongings.
Hand washing/ Breakfast with food songs & rhymes.
Outdoor spontaneous and motor skill planned activities.
Toilet checks, nappy change and hand washing.
Intentional teaching activity/ reflections and follow ups.
Pack away, music and movement (outdoor)
Wash hands, get bibs and settle on the dinner table with friends. Eat food, communication/ song time.
Clean faces/hands. Toilet checks and nappy change.
Nap time/ quite reading in beds.
Hand washing and toilet checks/ nappy changes.
Afternoon tea time/ story time with friends.
Outdoor play/ gross motor activities
Prepare for parents; collect things, children’s choice of activity/ free play.
End of day