Learning to express feelings, exchange thoughts, and connect with others through communication, including: gestures, sounds, language, visual and performing arts, talking, listening, storytelling, reading and writing.
The Ignite Curriculum
No two children learn at the same pace or in the same way. The Ignite Curriculum embraces these differences and takes a “whole child” approach to develop each student’s cognitive, social, emotional, physical and creative abilities.
The Ignite Curriculum is based on the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF), and is designed to provide children with a sense of Belonging, to recognise and celebrate their Being, and support their Becoming.
The Ignite Curriculum does this by adopting a play-based educational approach that is underpinned by intentional teaching and a strong child-focus.
Educational experiences are designed to support meaning, engagement, and deeper learning by incorporating a diverse range of natural and found resources and materials that create opportunities for open-ended play.
Teachers actively guide each student towards understanding by embracing and building on their interests and strengths.
Learning environments are stimulating, inviting, and purposefully designed to capture children’s interests, imagination, and cater to each individual’s needs.
By taking a holistic approach to education, Young Phoenix Academy prepares children to Ignite and achieve anything they set their minds to.
Every child has a set of wings. They simply need to learn to fly.
Encouraging mathematical thinking by developing an understanding of patterns, sorting, measuring, calculating, counting and problem solving through experience with mathematical concepts.
Exploring, discovering, and nurturing curiosity through experiments, chemical reactions, and life observation that make scientific skills fun and meaningful.
Embedding sustainability into daily practices to foster children’s capacity to value and respect the broader environment and appreciate the interdependence between people, plants, animals and the land.
Experimenting, creating, sharing and imagining through drawing, painting, drama, dance, movement, music and storytelling to express ideas and make meaning.
Exploring the scope of human diversity and ways of being, such as gender, ethnicity, religion, ability, and age to build an atmosphere of cultural respect and acknowledgement of diversity.
Encouraging children to actively contribute to their own social and emotional learning by providing opportunities for independence, collaboration, exploration of emotions, and the development of social skills, kindness, and manners.
Exploring loose parts, recycling, and engineering concepts through construction projects to develop fine motor skills and an understanding of how things work.
Helping children to develop a foundation for wellbeing through healthy eating, physical activity, personal hygiene, self-help, and the development of fundamental fine, gross motor, and movement skills.
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We would love to hear from you to learn more about your family’s specific early education and child care needs. We look forward to becoming your child care provider!