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A QUICK MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR
MISS PENNY BAKER

Hello,
Welcome to the Little Saints Learning Community. Where we are committed to enriching your child’s education and care. Through the value of God, we extend your child’s thinking, allow their creativity to flourish and support their interests and strengths, igniting the spark to be a lifelong learner.

Located on St John’s Lutheran Primary School grounds, Little Saints provides excellent opportunities for your child to embrace a lifelong passion for learning and transition smoothly to new learning environments. Our highly qualified educators and teaching staff are trained to support each child in their essential stage of development. I can't wait to meet you, as I believe Little Saints is the right choice for you.

IMPORTANT DATES YOU MIGHT LIKE
TO KNOW

TUESDAY 30 JANUARY - FRIDAY 12 APRIL

TERM 2, 2024

TERM 1, 2024

TUESDAY 30 APRIL - FRIDAY 5 JULY

TUESDAY 23 JULY - FRIDAY 27 SEPTEMBER

TERM 3, 2024

TERM 4, 2024

TUESDAY 15 OCTOBER - WEDNESDAY 11 DECEMBER

WHAT MAKES LITTLE SAINTS DIFFERENT?

We respect that families are the children's first teachers, and program information will be shared with them. Families are invited to contribute to and participate in the program. Family contribution to the program allows for a deep and holistic curriculum.

Our curriculum is also uniquely strengthened through our positive relationship with St. Johns and the Jindera community. ‘Community partnerships that focus on active communication, consultation, and collaboration contribute to children’s learning and well-being’ (National Quality Standard for Early Childhood Education and Care and School Age Care, 2009, p. 26). Please let us know if your family has connections to local community services (e.g., intergenerational connections or Connection to Country with First Nations perspectives) that we can link with our program.  We understand that many families are looking towards preschool as a time of ‘getting ready for school’. We know that children are ready for school when they build resilience, develop relationships and communication skills and are confident in their self-help skills. Play-based activities support literacy and numeracy, STEM and art. Effective transitions are built on solid relationships with children, families, and schools.