Di believes children have the right to feel safe, secure and happy in a place that is welcoming, fun and a pleasant environment.
That children should be treated respectfully and embraced as individuals with their own unique learning styles, abilities and personalities. Their early years learning environment should be rich with opportunities for children to investigate, interact, have fun and be stimulated from a very early age as this is the critical time for brain development. Children should be encouraged to be respectful of their environment, polite in their interactions with others and embrace the similarities and differences of those around them. Children’s curiosity, exploration and energy should be encouraged and fostered to help them become enthusiastic involved learners.
Di believes in building trusting relationships with parents and families as they entrust their child into her care. She takes this privilege very seriously and commits to gaining a greater understanding of the parents or guardians aspirations for their child’s learning. Together, we can provide enriched environments and learning opportunities that will have the best outcomes for their child. Di believes having parent or family involvement provides a richer and meaningful learning environment.