Learn More About Incredible Kids Daycare
The Incredible Kids Staff are diligent and hard-working. We have 2 to 3 care givers in each class allowing us to attend to each and every child’s needs. I also prioritise the training and development of my staff as I believe that in order to get the best out of my staff, I need to ensure that they are properly trained and equipped to full-fill their daily tasks and responsibilities in excellence. Incredible Kids Daycare is always looking for new ways to make learning and development fun. We set ourselves apart because our vision for all the children that we have the privilege of teaching and caring for, is that we “Slow down, listen and learn, to see the world through our children’s eyes”.
Slow down, listen and learn, to see the world through our children’s eyes.
What is our approach to education and early childhood development? How do we make the most out of these precious years?
At Incredible Kids, we believe that it is important to make learning fun. One will be amazed at how much children learn and remember well, out of learning that is fun and interactive. Children in the foundation stages of learning are filled with curiosity and are hungry for knowledge… life is so very exciting! Children are stimulated by colour, sounds, movement and play.
Our focus, aside from teaching the ABC’s and 123’s is to develop the WHOLE child, nurturing each child, in his/her own uniqueness, to be self-assured, confident, resilient and happy. The emotional growth and well-being is as, if not more, important that their intellectual growth.
Each child is unique and is born with natural talents, likes and dislikes, and as such their development and growth is stimulated and activated differently, it is our aim to create an environment that is conducive to enabling our children to respond to a teaching platform that facilitates, challenges and develops their growth, helping them to victoriously achieve their milestones and equipping them to embrace the challenges of new learning and the journey to new milestones.
As part of their developmental phase of learning, it is also important for children to learn to interact socially, share, play together, help one another and deal with conflict… step by each and every small step, this is learning!