We believe that:
Children should be valued as individuals and they are made in the image of God.
Children need to feel safe and supported all the time.
PLAYING and TALKING are the ways in which young children learn about themselves and the world around them.
Learning should be beneficial and enjoyable.
Children learn through hands-on experiences.
Ever child learns differently, thus the teacher should try to use difference techniques in teaching.
Children develop their Social, Emotional, Physical and Cognitive skills at differing rates.
A child's spiritual development is of highest priority.
Children need to develop a sense of responsibility.
Children who are encouraged to think Biblically are more likely to act wisely.
Children learn from everything that happens to them and do not naturally separate their learning into subjects.
Parents are the first and best educators of children and have a vital part to play in the establishment of their child's learning environment.
To foster the development of a healthy self-image this will assist the child to regard themselves as children of God, good friends of classmates, good learners and eager participants.
To ensure that each child in our care feels safe, secure and loved.
To develop an enthusiasm for learning based of their own personal satisfaction and involvement.
To provide opportunities to enable children to build fundamental skills and acquire new information and knowledge.
To provide opportunities to enable children to be expressive and creative through the use of language, physical activity, play materials, art and music.
To ensure that parents and teachers work together in the interests of the individual child.
To prepare them for their next grade and all of the learning development to come.