We are really proud of the program we provide at St. George's
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Nature starts to disappear from learning as children grow, to feel sand, mud, and water, on a daily basis is unfortunately often unique to early childhood settings so we feel it is very important to always provide those elements here. We have a "picking garden" with herbs that children can add to their "cooking" along with two vegetable gardens that we plant and harvest with the children. We have a digging patch with gumboots, pants and jackets supplied along with a rain water tank that helps to teach water conservation through first hand experience!
Educators create learning environments that encourage children to explore, solve problems, create and construct. (EYLF page 15)