Our programs

Our aim is to enhance and build capacities to ensure that your children are ready to face what’s in store for them when they start school! We offer a range of fun-learning activities that are designed appropriately to help them grow.

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Early Years Learning Framework

The Early Years Learning Framework is a guide to supporting and nurturing young children’s learning from birth to five years of age, and their transition to school.

Belonging, Being & Becoming – The Early Years Framework is part of the National Quality Framework for early childhood education and care. It was developed by the Australian Government in conjunction with state and territory governments, the sector and academics. Consultation included symposiums, public forums and focus groups, and case-study trials.

The vision is that “all children experience learning that is engaging and builds success for life.” The idea is that services can develop their own strategies to meet the framework’s objectives.

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School Readiness Program

Our school readiness program is designed and structured as per the curriculum to help prepare your child for school. It widely focuses on literacy, numeracy, fine and gross motor skills, and develops all necessary skills they need to be comfortable in a new environment when they grow up. Right from focusing on child’s wellness, academics, and creative expression, to developing a sense of identity, respect for the community and culture and allowing them to explore widely enough- this program helps them holistically.
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Technology

Our experienced early childhood educators utilise the power of technology to make their learning interactive, engaging and intriguing. They use smart boards and online resources to ensure that the children at the centre reap the benefits of the innovative ways of learning. Our focus remains on helping the children acquire the skills that would help them in the future. Technology infuses classrooms with digital learning tools, and allows to have expansive offerings whilst accelerating learning and personalizing it at the same time.
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Family Communication

Partnerships with families permit for educators and parents to work and communicate collaboratively to give your child the best possible outcome for development. Therefore, at Rainbow Hut Early Learning we will communicate daily about your child and understand attitudes and expectations for your child’s development.Read More »
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Quality Improvement Plan

In all early childhood education services around Australia, they will have a Quality Improvement Plan (QIP). A QIP is how centres can self-assess their practices & how they are delivering quality education & care, this self-assessment is conducted in line with the National Quality Standard (NQS). A QIP is required by approved providers under the Education & Care Services National Regulations 2017 (regulation 55).Read More »
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