Located in the Inner West of Sydney, children at Guardian Early Learning – Marrickville have access to a large indoor environment, bilingual educators and a wide range of early learning resources to encourage a variety of literacy and numeracy experiences.
At Guardian, we believe learning begins from birth and this learning can happen in an infinite number of ways.
We recently sat down with the Centre Manager of Guardian Marrickville, Nicole Sammut, to discuss learning at the centre, each child’s unique experiences and the unique opportunities that arise from imagination.
Developing skills in numeracy is more than simply rote learning numbers. It’s about exploring mathematical concepts in ways that inspire and excite children. At Guardian Early Learning Centre – Caringbah, the children have been undertaking a measurement experience where they’ve been investigating height and scale. Read more
Developing literacy and numeracy in the early years is so much more than simply rote learning the ABCs and 123s. Guardian’s contemporary view on literacy, numeracy means we create learning experiences for children that build on their unique interests and ways of learning, which helps to form a lifelong love of learning.
The team at Jacaranda Early Learning Centre – Underwood truly embrace this way of learning. Julie Goodall, Educational Leader at the centre says, “Educators at Jacaranda support children in their developing numeracy and literacy skills by creating meaningful provocations that ignite children’s curiosity in a meaningful way.” Read more