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ABOUT REGGIOEMILIA

Australia’s most innovative and award-winning early learning centre

We are a private learning centre that uses the powerful ‘Reggio Emilia Approach’ text-style education system for children between the ages of 6 months to 6 years. Our philosophy is inspired by the educational practices and beliefs of Loris Malaguzzi and Reggio Emilia, and our curriculum follows methodologies laid out by the Early Years Learning Framework.

OUR AIM FOR YOUR CHILD

We believe children are born with an amazing potential and a wide range of abilities. By engaging them in a co-constructed curriculum that makes learning enjoyable, we ensure that all the right building blocks are in place to help your child reach his/her full potential.

We want our children reaching for the stars! For this to happen, a positive and engaging learning environment is crucial.

 

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Our Enhancement Programs

Projects

Educators identify children’s interests and develop projects, then explore them in detail within our child care centre.

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The fundamental basis of our Program is the unique Reggio Emilia curriculum. This provides the framework in which all of our learning activities are structured.

Regular Incursions

Along with our monthly Centre events, Reggio Emilia offers a range of incursions that promote the interest, growth and development of your child.

Our Centres

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Our Reggio Emilia Approach

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Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre
Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre
** Reggio Bourke St**

Today we got to spoil our lovely mum as we celebrated Mother’s Day with an afternoon tea! There was nail painting, flower making and lots of art and craft as children enjoyed a yummy afternoon tea with their mums!

We would love to wish all our lovely Mother’s at Bourke St centre a very Happy Mother’s day and acknowledge all the hard work they put in to raise the great children we care for here at Reggio each day.



2.1.7 Child participates in reciprocal relationships with others

1.2.5 Child celebrates their achievement and the achievement of others

#happymothersday❤️ #mothersday #mothersdayafternoontea #weloveyoumum
Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre
Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre
** Reggio Dee Why**

Galumph went the little green frog one day!

Today the Raindrop children engaged in a planned craft activity to make green frogs using paint, paper plates and google eyes. This was an extension from the previous day’s activities when the children sang ‘Three Little Speckled Frogs’ and read the classic story book ‘The Princess And The Frog’. Providing children with a variety of activities, such as nursery rhymes, literature and craft stimulates children’s senses and allows for them to revisit previous learning.

#Teamdeewhy #ReggioEmiliaELC #Learninginstyle
Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre
Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre
**Reggio Emilia Gladstone St**

This week for our Reggio Arts program, the children learn about the warm shades of autumn! The children were given an outline of a tree and used their fingers as a painting tool to dip in the paint and make some leaves.
They all loved having paint on their fingers and hands!
3.1.10 Child is aware of their capabilities and independence
4.3.6 Child transfers knowledge from one setting to another
5.1.6 Child shows that they are actively listening to and understanding what is being said to them

#reggio5program #reggioarts #fingerpainting
Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre
Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre
**Reggio Emilia Dee Why**

Today the Sunshine Children had Morning tea with our Daisy children.
As the children have just transitioned into the Sunshine room, the children started learning about progressive eating. The children sat with their educators, and picked up the tongs holding it down the bottom using their right hand. Through this, the child is further developing their fine motor skills and palmer grip. The children did a great job at progressively feeding themselves and were very engaged throughout the whole experience. Through this experience, the Sunshine children are further developing their fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination and learning more about progressive eating. The children showed great resilience and are developing their emerging autonomy and inter dependence which are all key fundamental learning factors.
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EYLF: 1.1, 1.2, 3.2, 4.1, 4.2
Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre
Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre
**Reggio Emilia Dee Why**

Reflection is an important element in self growth and development. Here at Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre we encourage children, educators and families to take moment of solitude and reflect on ones success. Matilda did exactly this today, she took the time to look through our Sustainable Stanley photo album and reflect on her own contribution and time spent with Stanley.

#reflection #teamdeewhy #reggiiemeliaelc
Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre
Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre
**Reggio Emilia George St**

Friday Connections has begun at our CBD centre. We kick started our 1st one with Games Night. A lot of families involved in this program and spent time with our educators playing different games with their children. There was so much excitement and laughter as they engaged playing musical chair, blow pom poms, striking and board games, balloon toss, balloon race, beading and many more. This program aims to strengthen the quality of practice and relationships between educators, children and families.

Learning Outcomes:
2.1 Children develop a sense of belonging to groups and communities and an understanding of the reciprocal rights and responsibilities necessary for active community participation.
2.1.5 Children have the skills to participate and contribute to group play and projects.
NQS Area 6: Collaborative partnerships with families and communities.
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