Learning at Guardian
Did you know that in the first few years of life, more than 1 million new neural connections form every second? This ‘wiring’ in the early years will be the foundation for later development.¹
Therefore, learning in the early years are critical and at Guardian we believe we have a responsibility to do all we can to optimise a child’s developmental experience during their time with us.
Whether your child is six weeks or six years old, there are a multitude of ways we support your child’s development at our centres. These include:
- Highly trained and passionate educators who ensure our children are safe, respected and cared for
- Nurturing and extending children’s learning through our Reggio Emilia and Boulder Journey School inspired Curriculum
- Preparing your child for the transition to school through intentional learning experiences
- Working in collaboration with families to ensure your child’s interests, culture and developmental stages are incorporated into our programming
- Providing nature-inspired environments and open-ended resources for children to explore
- Focussing on sustainability practices and social responsibility at each centre
- Offering nutritionally balanced, seasonal meals and snacks
- Collaboration with families in person and through our app, StoryPark
Choosing the Right Early Learning Centre for Your Child
Choosing the right early learning centre for your child will be one of the most important decisions you’ll make for your child. You’ll want to consider where your child will be most happy, what kind of centre will best suit your child’s needs, what is the curriculum and what style of care is provided.
We are here to help making the decision process easier for you. The following tips and articles will help you get started on choosing the early learning centre that’s right for you and your child:
- Read our tips on choosing the right early learning centre
- Refer to our “questions to ask your prospective early learning centre” checklist
- Find out more about what makes our educators special
- Explore our centres to find one that is most convenient for you and book a tour via our handy online form
1. Australian Early Development Census. (2017) Brain Development in Children.