Fun & Creativity
Stimulate the creativity in your child by having fun with arts & crafts
Lots of instruments to inspire rhythm, and hand-eye coordination.
Playtime will be super fun with a large variety of toys for all ages.
We are super excited to welcome our new arrivals to the Grassroots early Learning Centre Farmhouse.
Your little ones will be able to make friends with ‘Benji’ our centre puppy, mini goat ‘Rex’, Lamb ‘Mary’, Bantam chicken &, guinea pigs.
The Benefits & Lessons: animals give unconditional love, empathy, confidence and responsibility.
Animals can also help children socialise and increase verbal skills.
A roster is in development so each age group can experience the animals in a calm and safe environment under supervision along with strict hygiene protocols in place to prevent the spread of germs & infection
Language & speech is a big stage of development that we encourage with book time, special speech activities & writing games.
We offer unique activities and strategies to help develop & nurture their numeracy and mathematical skills.
Plenty of shaded areas are allocated to encourage outdoor play to help develop active & healthy play.
What is Steiner inspired Learning?
A Steiner inspired education allows young children to flourish in a holistic learning environment that is aimed towards moral growth, social consciousness and community.
Located in beautiful surroundings the centre seeks to nurture each child & connect them with nature providing a very hands on learning environment with our very own animal farm.
Especially in early learning, we nurture a child’s development by promoting creative, self-directed play, as we believe that the initiative, imagination and flexibility awakened underpin later academic learning and are the basis for innovative thought in adult life.
The values brought forward in early learning education are gratitude, responsibility, collaboration, inclusivity, diversity and initiative. This education allows the growth of critical and creative thinking, social skills, and problem solving.
A Steiner setting is a place of 'doers', and through 'work' young children learn not only social skills but develop good motor and practical skills. They 'think' with their entire physical being, experiencing and grasping the world through experiential and self-motivated activity.
Steiner perspective: ‘There are three primary virtues which we must develop in the child: gratitude, love and responsibility. These three virtues are the foundation on which the whole social life is built’ Rudolf Steiner. Education of the Child, 15/04/1923
What does this mean for your children?
At Grassroots Early Learning Centre, we promote fun hands on learning, your child will experience learning in an exciting environment where they can learn new life skills, play with farm animals and make new friends!
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