On a sunny Spring day, in the first week of Term 4, our youngest SPW students played for hours on the beautiful Nutter Thomas Lawns as Maria Taylor from Nature Play SA facilitated an outdoor
Our ELC children are learning every day to care for their bodies and part of this learning is encouraging children to recognise when they are thirsty, hungry or full.
Torrens, Partridge and Byron Room welcomed special visitors this term to their rooms.
We have been caring for Brown Tree Frogs, local Spotted Frogs, Spinifex Hopping Mice and Hermit Crabs.
The ELC run a very exciting program over the school holiday breaks.
When starting school a strong sense of wellbeing is fundamentally connected to children’s sense of belonging, being and becoming.
From the Head of Early Years – Sarah Noell
At SPW Early Learning Centre we value the importance of sleep for the health and wellbeing of all our students.
The completion of our new nature play space has opened the doors for creativity and exploration in the outdoors.
Outdoor play is important for a child’s health and development. Staying safe in the sun is easy by following some simple tips.
It’s important to teach your child good oral health habits that will stay with them for life.
Our ELC 4 year old children were delighted to have a visit from Trent Hill, an Aboriginal story teller.