Preschool Program Ages 3-6
Young Phoenix Academy’s Preschool Program is set in a free-flowing classroom environment that provides children aged three to six with dynamic learning experiences that prepare them for school and life.
Our three preschool classrooms feature hands-on learning stations, a home corner, construction tables, a school readiness area, an art and craft space, a designated mealtime area, abundant resources, and two outdoor play areas.
Learning in our preschool classroom focuses on providing children with meaningful learning opportunities that support social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development.
Our key learning areas focus on developing children’s fundamental movement skills, independence and self-help skills, early literacy and numeracy skills, communication, social skills, problem-solving, and emotional wellbeing.
The goal of the Preschool Program is to nurture children’s curiosity, learning confidence, and competence as they prepare for their transition to primary school.
Innovative Ignite Curriculum
Nutritious Catered Meals
StoryPark Family App
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Young Phoenix Academy’s Preschool Program provides children aged 3-6 with three engaging classroom environments, dedicated literacy and numeracy spaces, project tables, art and craft spaces, mealtime areas, children’s bathroom, and two seperate outdoor play areas.
Key Learning Areas for Preschoolers
- Name, self-esteem, and belonging
- Emotions, facial expression, body
- Descriptive words
- Independence and life skills
- Resilience and positive behaviour
- Connections to people, places, and things
- Diversity, culture, languages, and celebrations
- Environment and sustainability
- Dramatic play
- Community groups
- Sharing, taking turns, equality
- Structured games and activities
- Physical development
- Nutrition and healthy habits
- Coordination and direction perception
- Social and emotional wellbeing
- Encouraging bodily awareness
- Munch and Move Program
- Phonics, literacy and language skills
- Mathematics and numeracy skills
- Science and engineering
- Puzzles and problem solving
- Construction and building
- School Readiness
- Early literacy and language skills
- Pencil grip and letter formation
- Signs and symbols
- Conversation and social skills
- Open-ended questions
- Show and Tell and News Time
- Art and craft activities
- Drawing and painting
- Loose parts play
- Dress ups and exploring roles
- Doll care
- Home corner and pretend play
What Learning Looks Like
Positive, respectful, and responsive relationships help children feel secure and confident in their learning environment.
Literacy and Numeracy
We develop early literacy and numeracy skills by weaving key concepts into meaningful and fun play-based learning experiences.
Sensory experiences encourage investigation, exploration, asking questions, and engaging with materials in meaningful ways.
Reinforcing children’s independence, individuality, self-care, and healthy habits as a foundation for learning success.
Our team actively involve children in individual and group learning experiences that are centred on their unique needs and interests.
Everyday learning opportunities that encourage literacy and numeracy skills, social skills, creativity, and problem-solving.
Our Nursery and Toddler Programs
Our Nursery Program provides babies with a nurturing environment where they learn through movement, sensory exploration, and caring relationships with our team. Our daily fees are $110 before the Child Care Subsidy (CCS is applied).
Our Toddler Program encourages curiosity, sensory exploration, independence, creativity, problem-solving, and social skills as a foundation for future learning. Our daily fees are $105 before the Child Care Subsidy (CCS is applied).