Being, Belonging, Becoming

At Angels Early Learning Centres, our vision is to provide an early learning environment for children in which they can thrive, develop secure relationships, deep connections with their world, and a lifelong love of learning. We are committed to living and learning alongside children, supporting each child’s unique journey, empowering their voice and encouraging meaningful exploration and curiosity. Our goal is to enrich their early learning experience and support them to develop a strong sense of identity, sense of wellbeing and belonging
We are a community that acknowledges the traditional owners of this land we are situated on, The Darug People and pay respects to elders, past, present and emerging.

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Collaborative Partnerships With Families And The Community

Angels Childcare acknowledges the ‘Darug people’ traditional owners of the land that Angel Childcare centres sit’s on, we value and respect the local Indigenous culture, past, present and future.

We believe the community enables children to develop a readiness for the transition to school, more importantly we view it as a readiness for life. We believe that our community is the children, their families, the educators and all the people within our larger community. Angels Childcare Educators have a shared responsibility for the development of each child and their families, collaborating with the community and professional organisations.

Our Educational Philosophy

Happy Children and Happy Parents

Our educational philosophy is based around play being essentially ‘work’ for a child and that this is the best way that they learn about the world around them. As early childhood professionals we believe in providing a rich holistic play based program that adapts and allows children opportunities and experiences to develop their sense of belonging, being and becoming.
“Experiencing belonging – knowing where and with whom you belong – is integral to human existence.”

‘Being recognises the signify chance of the here and now in children’s lives. It is about the present and them knowing themselves, building and maintaining relationships with others, engaging with life’s joys and complexities, and meeting challenges in everyday life.”

“Becoming reflects this process of rapid and significant change that occurs in the early years as young children learn and grow. It emphasises learning to participate fully and actively in society” (Early Years Learning Framework, 2009)

Each day we provide children experiences that allow them to develop the skills to play, explore, imagine, experiment, enquire research, investigate and make their own decisions. We believe that children need opportunities to practice and consolidate their skills. These experiences enable children to develop lifelong skills of inter-relating, resilience, empowerment, social competence and independence. We believe these happen through collaboration and communication between children, Educators and families.