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The parent’s primary influence in their children’s lives is respected and supported by the centre.  It is important that parents are given opportunities to share information about their child, and make decisions about their child’s experiences at the centre in partnership with educators and to be kept informed about their child’s participation and development within the centre. The centre aims

All children have the right to experience quality care in an environment which provides for their health and safety. The centre has a duty of care which extends to ensuring that appropriate sun protection policies and practices are implemented to adequately protect children, educators/staff and visitors from ultraviolet radiation from the sun. The Cancer Council advises that one out of

We believe children learn through play and should be  given the opportunity to experience many self-selected play activities. Children learn at their own rate and pass through a series of stages as they develop. This starts with their care-giver – they must be happy and secure in order to play and learn. Recognising this, we offer a rich ‘hands on’ environment,

Good nutrition is necessary for active growth and development that takes place in early childhood. Good eating habits and a well-balanced diet support children’s health and wellbeing, and minimise the risk of illness.  Good eating habits developed in the early years are likely to have a lifelong influence. The Centre understands it has a duty of care to ensure that