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The Exceed Difference

Our state of the art purpose built designs are reflective of children’s developmental needs. Separate play spaces for each age groups supports children’s development at each stage of their learning journey. Our educators provide your child with security, warmth and to facilitate their overall wellbeing and learning journeys.

Our interactive parent APP KinderM8 keeps our busy families in the loop with newsfeed updates, developmental summaries, daily updates for meals and sleep and so much more. Our KinderM8 keeps families in the loop wherever they are.

Our educational program embeds The EYLF framework. Our educators plan their group programs to a term and reflect alongside children weekly to support children’s ideas and interests. The play-based learning program is designed to enhance children’s learning from birth to 5 years of age. The Early Years Learning Framework guides our educational program and helps children achieve the following learning outcomes:

  • Children have a strong sense of identity
  • Children are connected with and contribute to their world
  • Children have a strong sense of wellbeing
  • Children are confident and involved learners
  • Children are effective communicators

Our extra curriculum experiences consisting of sports, dance and the ELLA language program, provide children with an abundance of engaging experiences that support each child to showcase their skills and enhance their overall learning development.

Enquire today on how we can support you and your child through their early learning years.

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Our Values and Practices

Our 5 core values represent the Exceed difference. Our values inform our practices and educators reflect on these practices as a team to ensure that we are always improving our teaching strategies and care giving practices.

Children are the core of our “why?”. Children come first and have the right to be recognised, and their opinions and decisions are respected and valued.

Core Values

We advocate for children’s rights and our relationships with children and their families are the basis of everything that we do.

Our environments are the third teacher. Each of our learning environments spark wonder, encourage curiosity, are engaging and support the needs of all children.

There are invitations for investigation and inquiry in our learning environments that support children’s ideas and their agency.

 

 


Our educational curriculum supports children’s ideas and their investigations. We support the idea that children are resourceful and capable contributors of their own individual learning journey.

Our educational curriculum cycle encompasses reflective practices, which supports our teaching teams to develop further, and curriculum decisions are respectful to the needs of the child.

 


Families are the keystone to our collaborative practices.

Educators support the needs of our families and build strong reciprocal relationships.

Families are encouraged to share and connect with our teams and we support our families holistically.

Children benefit from these valuable connections, and collaboration supports the needs of children, families and our teaching teams.


Our teaching teams are professional, respectful and supportive of each other. We use these core values to support growth, build capacity and harmonious functional environments for our teams. Professional development is supported and our mentoring opportunities support the needs of each individual early childhood educator.

 

 


Practices

Educators wait patiently to give children time to process and respond.

Children have agency of their choices and educators respect children’s rights.

Educators get down to children’s level to communicate and help children organise their feelings.

Children’s voices are showcased in our classrooms through work samples, photos and print.


Educators support children’s risky play by asking open ended questions and helping them to self-assess their risk.

All children feel safe and secure and have a place in their classroom where they belong.

Children are welcomed by name and educators support each child’s wellbeing by caring for their individual needs.

 


Our classroom environments are informed by the children’s interests, ideas and investigations.

Open ended resources inspire our children’s creativity. Loose parts are available for children to create.

Children have agency in their play decisions and educators help to guide children’s ideas and creativity.

Educators reflect with children weekly during reflection time.


Educators communicate with families to gain insight into their children’s needs daily.

Families are encouraged to be involved in the educational program through family sharing, questions and information evenings.

Educators ask questions at orientation and at “Meet the Teacher” opportunities, to inform their program ideas for each child.

 


Educators role model with children and each other to be kind, responsible and respectful.

Educators share ideas during team meetings, through critical reflection collaboration, and systematically through the reflection folders.

Educators celebrate each other’s wins and take a strength-based approach to support one another.

What they say

We take pride in what we do and how we do it. But don't take our word for it, here are real reviews by Exceed families.

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We would like to thank each and every one of the team at exceed for supporting our child. I feel confident knowing that his teachers really do care about his development and wellbeing. The teachers help him to make friends, get his favourite toys ready for drop off, and don’t mind if I check in throughout the day. They are always happy to help us and support our family when in need. Can’t thank them enough for their continued care and support.

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