Dreamland aims to be a multicultural, child based, family day care service. Most of our Families and educators are of Central African origin and many were born in Sudan. We want the service to be about retaining their Original culture while learning and adapting to their new Australian home.
Along the way we want to provide children who enroll in our service with the tools to become strong confident learners and to be happy healthy individuals. These children should be able to communicate effectively and be confident learners. We provide a learning environment where children learn and develop by exploring their world through stimulating and challenging play. We plan for children’s learning around their interests and their own specific needs, guided by the National Quality Standards, the Early Years Learning Framework and the School Aged Care learning Framework-My Time, Our Place. This provides opportunities for children to reach their potential, in all areas of their development: physical health and well being, social, emotional, language and cognitive, and spiritual. We work with families to support them in their parenting role and share information with them that is of benefit to their child’s development and well being.
We are committed to professional teamwork, and ongoing professional development to extend our skills and abilities. All staff value and respect one another and the contributions they make to create a cohesive team. We recognize our responsibility in ensuring and maintaining current workplace policies and procedures.
We are committed to our continued professional development and being actively involved in the quality improvement process. We are also offering wide range of child care related courses to develop Educators skills and knowledge.