Fuji International Kindergarten

Exceeding • ACECQA Rating

Australian government agency rating.

122 Children Places

Maximum children licenced for the centre.


English, Mandarin, Italian, Greek, 4 more

FUJI KINDERGARTEN PHILOSOPHY Fuji International Kindergarten recognises and values the contribution the children and their families make to the centre. We believe that the children will develop a sense of belonging by acknowledging their interdependence with others e.g. their family, cultural group, neighbourhood and wider community. We focus on the significance of the here and now in children's lives. We encourage them by planning a program not only to help them prepare for the future but also to help them appreciate who they are now and who they will become. The service's program is based on 'The Early Years Learning Framework'. Broad goals have been formulated in conjunction with EYLF to guide the educator's program. The program takes into account the children's capabilities, current knowledge, ideas, culture, interests and experiences. Educators work with children to affect worthwhile and significant outcomes from child/centered and familial initiatives. The children's development is assessed as part of an ongoing cycle of planning, documenting and evaluating. Critical reflection and evaluation of each child and the group is implemented to help further improve the effectiveness of the program and teaching strategies. The children are the beneficiaries of an anti-bias curriculum which endorses access, equity and maintenance of a child's first language. The support of additional needs, cultural values, religion and respect for the diversity of families is at the heart of Fuji's beliefs and practices. Programs involve the children in activities that will help develop an understanding and awareness of our Australian Heritage. A community awareness which will enable the child to participate actively in society and therefore become a positive member of the community. Fuji International Kindergarten believes in and encourages an open door policy, where parents, educators, families and the community are invited to peruse and participate in the daily programs of the service.

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Long Day Care

Opens at 07:30 AM - 06:30 PM





Last updated 1 Mar 2020

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