The Play, Learn & Grow Philosophy

The Play Learn and Grow Early Education Centre Philosophy statement encompasses the principles of The Early Years Learning Framework – for Australia.


knowing where and with whom you belong-is integral to human existence we all belong first to a family, a cultural group, a neighborhood and a wider community.


recognizes the significance of the here and now in our lives. It is about the present and knowing ourselves, building and maintaining relationships with others, engaging in life’s joys and complexities, meeting challenges in everyday life.


reflects the process of rapid and significant change that occurs in the early years as young children learn and grow and continues as adults as we experience new challenges. It emphasizes learning to participate fully and actively in society.

Play Learn and Grow Early Education Centre passionately embraces the principles of the Early Years Learning Framework, we believe by building secure attachments with their educators, it provides children with a secure base for exploration and learning and promotes a strong sense of well-being.

We recognize that families are children’s first and most influential teachers. By building trusting relationships with families and creating a positive, happy, safe, warm, nurturing, supportive, inviting, inclusive, engaging environment where all children and families are respected we can build on the strengths of each other’s knowledge to explore learning potentials in each child.

We are committed to equity and believe in all children’s capacities to succeed, we will continue to engage in professional knowledge to develop new skills. And by working in partnerships with children, families, communities, other services and agencies we will ensure we have effective ways for all children to have opportunities to achieve learning outcomes.

We recognize that diversity contributes to the richness of our society and community, we respect the diversity of families and communities and the aspirations they have for their children. Our curriculum will embrace all children’s rights to have their culture, identities, abilities and strengths acknowledged and valued, we will provide opportunities to learn about and similarities and differences and about interdependence and how we can learn to live together.

We recognize reflective practice is a form of ongoing learning, we will constantly reflect on our environments, current practices, review ideas, engage in discussions and gather information that support and enrich children learning.

We are committed to adopting practices that work towards providing an environment that is cleaner and healthier for all our stakeholders whilst supporting sustainability