At Brighton Childcare Centre we believe in providing a sense of belonging through the creation of a safe, warm, caring and inviting environment that fosters secure, respectful and reciprocal relationships between children, families and educators. We believe that it is these secure, trusting relationships that help children to build confidence and feel respected and valued.

Our educators believe in respecting and honouring each family’s values, beliefs, histories, cultures, languages, traditions, child-rearing practices and lifestyle choices. We will take pride in our heritage, by acknowledging our Traditional Land Owners each day in our curriculum, and integrate cultural awareness into art and learning experiences.

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Falicity
FalicityDirector/Management/Leadership
I believe that all children regardless of their culture or beliefs, have the right to feel safe, secure and supported within their environments.

I believe that by providing a welcoming environment, it enables partnerships between educators and families to grow, which builds trust and respect.

I believe that all children have the right to be heard, listened to and be respected.

Diploma in Children services,
Studying Early Childhood Teachers Degree

Adelle
AdelleRoom Leader
I believe that children should feel safe, secure, and supported within their environment, all children should have a sense of belonging and be able to explore and grow at their own pace and levels of development. Children should feel comfortable to form bonds and relationships with educators and their peers. When children enter the service, they should have a sense of being and warmth while in our care.

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I believe that families should feel safe when entering the service, they should not feel judged and be able to feel comfortable when walking into the service, educators should support families in their values, beliefs, and cultural differences. Families should feel comfortable in that they are leaving their child to be cared for in the utmost nurturing and caring way from each educator that they encounter.

I believe that the environment should be welcoming and inviting for children and families on arrival and departure from the service, the environment should showcase the interests of the children to encourage play-based learning and development, this assists children to engage in enquiry-based learning and play.

I believe that the service should involve them selves in community, by forming connections with members of the community and understanding the importance of having knowledge about children, families, and different cultures throughout the service.

I believe that educators should work together as a team and continuously support one another through each day. Management should feel apart of the team with educators and ensure that all educators are supported and heard when an issue arises, as management we need to be open to all ideas and not have any pre-meditated outcomes with any type of meeting. Educators and management should continuously ensure that children are safe, secure and have a sense of belonging within the service and surrounds.

Siara
SiaraEducator
I believe that children should be treated equally and fairly, children should be supported to reach any goal they have set out to achieve and be provided any assistance along with encouragement. Children should feel respected and included in all activities within the service, children should have their voices heard and be supported with all decisions that they are making within their developmental stages.

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I believe families should be treated with respect and included in their learning and development of their children, through face-to-face communication as well as photos. Families should feel welcome and invited into the service.

I believe all environments should be set up to positively promote each child’s interests and developmental learning stages. All environments should be inviting and visually enticing for children and families upon entering to engage children in play-based learning within the environment.

I believe that as a whole service we should welcome all community members with open arms, involve ourselves in the community and events they may be holding, by involving ourselves in the community this encourages children and families to engage in any activities that may be, being held within the community and surrounds.

I believe that staff should feel supported, treated equally and with the utmost respect. All staff have a voice and should be heard, educators should be given positive feedback and also be willing to give this back to other educators where warranted.

Ashley M
Ashley MEducator
I believe that all children are individuals and as an educator I will value and help to develop each child’s strengths, interests, skills, and abilities. Children learn through play and I will provide opportunities for them to explore, discover, create, and imagine.

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I believe that families are a vital aspect of children’s learning, when children observe a respectful and reciprocal relationship, they tend to feel more secure within the care environment.

I believe the environment plays a major role in the success of an early childhood program; it should enhance the children’s interests in all developmental domains. The environment should take into consideration the social and communication skills, physical abilities and learning styles of the children.

I believe that community engagement and participation is important and can have immense impact on children’s well being and learning. Engaging with the community builds on children’s interests and their development in becoming contributors to their world.

I believe that educators should create a positive and inviting learning environment, that we should always stive to better our knowledge to best be able to program and care for the children.

Hollie
HollieRoom Leader
I believe that all children should be recognised and respected for who they are.

I believe that children should learn and gain developmental skills through their play and interests.

I believe that children should feel safe, secure and happy in their environment so they can have the confidence to explore and learn.

Diploma Children Services

Milinda
MilindaRoom Leader
Hello, my name is Milinda and I am currently studying my Diploma in Children’s Services. I have two children of my own that enjoyed experiencing an early childhood education at Brighton Childcare

I believe in children having a fun and safe environment to play in.

I believe children have the right to experience and learn about different environments and cultures.

Certificate 3 in Children Services
Studying Diploma in Children’s Services

Kassie
KassieEducator
I believe that education and care is based on children being able to be an individual, while learning and developing in a nurturing, empathetic, calm, understanding, safe, fun, and healthy environment. Children deserve to have their voices heard and needs met to be able to receive appropriate education while in the service.

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I believe that families recognise the importance of collaboration and forming secure, respectful, trust, communication and the best interests and wellbeing of their child. Educators should continue to share a vision for helping children achieve the best outcomes through a nurturing and stimulating environment.

I believe the children are motivated and eager to learn when they have opportunities to be able to make choices in an environment that is enriching and stimulating or able to create collaborative and hands on play.

I believe that working together to build an established partnership with the community and families encourages the service to embrace the differences and individual personalities that the community and families bring into our learning environments to make them fun and welcoming.

I believe that educators work together to recognise the importance of collaboration and forming respectful, secure and reciprocal relationships, built on trust and communication in the best interests of other educators, children and their families.

Jordyn
JordynEducator
I believe that all children should be treated equally and with utmost respect, children should be given ample opportunity to develop their fine and gross motor development skills by being provided different experiences throughout the day to further develop their knowledge and skills in these areas, children should be heard, and their voices should be recognised within our program planning to accommodate to their needs whilst in a care environment.

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I believe that families should be welcomed upon arrival and to feel that they are leaving their children in a safe and secure environment where they are nurtured and loved, families should be able to have a voice and input into the environment in which they are dropping their child too each day.

I believe that environments should be inviting and welcoming for everybody that steps through the doors, educators should be providing environments that are engaging and encourages children to learn and play through their senses and being able to explore to help stimulate their minds to assist in developmental areas.

I believe that community involvement should be imbedded into our service to ensure that children, families, and educators are using resources that may not always be within the service to involve communities and locals in our service to help gain knowledge and respect for the community and surrounds.

I believe that educators should feel supported and equal with all rights within the service, educators should also be respected and heard, educators should bring in resources to ensure that the environment is inviting and comforting for themselves, children and families, educators should be professional and be able to work together as a team.

Nicole
NicoleEducator
I believe that as an educator I will ensure that each child is happy, safe and secure within their environment

I believe that children and families should and will be made to feel welcome and treated equally with respect no matter age, gender or nationality

I believe that it’s important we build trusting and respectful relationships with children and ensuring that they have the best learning opportunity within their environment

Certificate 3 in Children Services
Studying Diploma in Children Services

Donna
DonnaRoom Leader
I believe all children are individuals and have rights to a secure and nurturing environment that is free from discrimination and judgement, I believe that all children have a voice and will given the opportunity to build respectful and reciprocal relationships with their peers.

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I believe working in collaboration with families we can use open communication through various beings, we can create a supportive learning environment which in turn can help children build and develop meaningful relationships by making families feel supported in their child/ren’s journey.

I believe by providing a positive environment which is safe, enjoyable, and enhancing to the children’s interests this ensures that children are able to use their physical abilities, challenge themselves and learn new skills and knowledge within the environment which also makes them feel safe, secure, and heard.

I believe in forming connections to all members of the centre community, understanding the importance of having knowledge about our children, their families, cultures, and communities within the service.

I believe each staff member brings unique personal qualities to the centre such as empathy, compassion, respect, and warmth. We work together to make families and children feel a sense of belonging to the centre and to bring high quality care and education to the service.

Thanh
ThanhEducator
I believe in each child’s uniqueness and potential and recognise that all children need time and opportunity to enjoy their childhood, therefore honour children’s right to play and strive to empower children, hearing and using their voices, thoughts, and idea throughout the service.

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I believe and acknowledge and respect the uniqueness of all families and their rights to make a decision and have input within the service. Therefore, actively develop positive relationships based on trust and communication, to strive learn about the family’s culture and diversity to best inform the services practise and curriculum.

I believe that children learn through play. As an educator I will provide opportunities for children to explore, discover, create, and imagine. I believe that each child is an individual and as an educator I will value and develop each child’s strengths, interests, skills, abilities, and knowledge to extend their learning.

I believe it is integral for all children to have a strong sense of who they are and where they belong, therefore we actively build relationships and strengthen connections with family, community, and the environment.

I believe that open and honest communication and dialogue among educators and families, I believe in building spirit of collegiality and professionalism through collaborative relationship based on trust, respect and honesty.

Georgia
GeorgiaEducator
All children are unique individuals, and should all be treated equally

Providing a safe environment for children and their families

That child should learn through play and are able to be creative and use their imagination while playing.

All children should feel safe, secure and supported while in care

Certificate 3 in Children’s Services
Studying Diploma in Children services

Kayleen
KayleenEducator
I believe children should be welcomed into a warm, friendly, safe, and secure environment. I believe that when children feel safe, secure and supported they grow in confidence to explore and learn.

I believe it is important to establish respectful and caring relationships with children and families, as families are children’s first and most influential teachers. I respect and honour the histories, cultures, languages, traditions, child-rearing practices and lifestyles choices of families.

Certificate 3 in Children’s services

Natalie
NatalieEducator
I believe all children and families should be treated equally and shown respect for diversity.

I believe that all children should feel safe, happy and secure within their environment and are given the opportunity to experience building meaningful relationships with others.

I believe that each child will learn through their play, interests and meaningful interactions with others.

Certificate 3 in Children’s services

Izabelle
IzabelleEducator
I believe that all children have the right to a safe, secure, and happy environment with educators that care and show them respect. Children should have a free space to learn and grow in as well as using their imaginations and creative skills.

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I believe all families should be welcomed into our service with open arms as well as being respected feeling safe and secure. Families should always be greeted with a smile and a positive attitude.

Ashleigh
AshleighEducator
I believe that children have the best learning opportunities when they are given the chance to learn through play, when they are comfortable in the environment and when educators follow their interests and developmental growth.

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I believe in building strong relationships with families to ensure the best outcomes and care for children are given, having open communication and conversations with families is the best way to create a secure and respectful relationship with families.

I believe that environments should bet set to allow for each child’s individual developmental growth and interests. Children should also be able to feel as if they are in a safe environment by being able to have environments set out as if they are in their own home environment.

I believe in setting a good example for our service within the community, to be welcoming and inviting to everyone within the service and community to ensure relationships and gain trust.

I believe educators should work as a team to ensure the best outcomes for the children and their families. All educators should feel safe and supported within the service. Communication between all educators is paramount to a friendly and happy environment.

Carly
CarlyEducator
I believe that children should feel safe and secure, each child is an individual and as an educator I will value and observe each child’s strengths, skills, interests, abilities, and knowledge to assist in extending on their learning.

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I believe that families should feel welcomed, and educators should build a relationship with families by gaining trust and setting a safe environment for the families.

I believe that children should be encouraged to explore their environment and have and have the chance to engage in play-based learning and to engage in different activities to help with development and growth.

I believe that every member of the community should be made to feel welcome and safe within the environment, educators should involve the children and families in any community-based activities surrounding the service.

I believe that educators should work as a team, be friendly and kind to one another to ensure a happy and safe learning environment for the children and their families

Katie
KatieEducator
I believe that all children are individuals and grow and learn at their own pace, each child is unique and when they bring their different interests to the service this encourages them to build relationships and friendships with educators and their peers.

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I believe that building a strong relationship with families is important when working together to assist in each child’s developmental and growth stages.

I believe that the environment plays a big role in the service, when children and families walk into an environment, they should feel welcomed, invited, and secure. A good environment will enhance children’s ability to play and learn in a play-based environment.

I believe that involving the community is teaching the children in the service about their surroundings and where they live, also showing the children if we all work together that we make an inviting community to be apart of.

I believe that all educators need to be aware of one another, communicate, if everyone works together a s team this creates a friendly and warm environment for all educators to be apart of.

Keeley
KeeleyEducator
I believe all children should be treated equally and given opportunities to extend their growth, development and learning through play-based learning.

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I believe that children should be encouraged to explore the environments and be given the chance to experience different activities to assist in their growth and development but also in their interests and learning stages.

I believe that the community should be involved in every aspect possible to do with the service when and where possible, the community should be encouraged to be involved in fundraisers and community events.

I believe that educators should work as a team to create a fun and welcoming environment for children, families and fellow educators.

Liv
LivEducator
I believe that children are competent and capable learners and thinkers. As educators we need to support, care for, and build reciprocal relationships to help achieve milestones and goals. The children’s voice is powerful and should be heard and listened too.

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I believe that families play an enormous part in the lives of children and the centre community. We should be connecting and communicating with families, parents, and carers to inform them of their child’s progress.

I believe the environment should be inviting, challenging and interactive for children to engage in. The classroom environment should act as the third teacher.

I believe that the outer community should play important roles as children grow and learn. Incursions and excursions to the wider community. I believe in the saying, ‘it takes a village to raise a child’. As it takes members of the centre community and outer community to imprint on children’s lives in positive ways.

I believe as staff we need to be mindful of our approach to children and families, we need to connect with children and families and build relationships.

Aimee
AimeeEducator
I believe that the children in our centre should be prioritised and put first, educators are here to make children feel safe and secure within the environment, by encouraging them to engage in play-based learning, this ensures children are able to show their capabilities as individuals and at their own learning pace.

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I believe families should be involved in their children’s learning to ensure that as they grow and their abilities change, they are able to assist educators with their child’s interests and abilities. Families should feel safe and secure to be able to speak to educators about their children to ensure there is positive feedback being passed between the two parties. Families should be made to feel welcome when entering and departing the service.
I believe that the environment should be looked after by educators and children, this ensures all resources are kept in good order and the environment is kept inviting for families and children. The environment should showcase the children’s interests to ensure that children’s needs are being met and catered for.

I believe that the service should recognise the community within the practise, families from different diverse households and beliefs should be recognised and honoured. Children should be able to move into the community to engage in activities that recognise the community and allows them to broaden their knowledge and abilities within their learning development stages.

I believe educators should feel safe, secure, and supported within their work environment by other educators and management within the service. Educators should work together as a team to ensure that the program is running smoothly, and children are being made to feel safe and supported within their growth and developmental stages.

Keeley
KeeleyEducator
I believe all children should be treated equally and given opportunities to extend their growth, development and learning through play-based learning.

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I believe that children should be encouraged to explore the environments and be given the chance to experience different activities to assist in their growth and development but also in their interests and learning stages.

I believe that the community should be involved in every aspect possible to do with the service when and where possible, the community should be encouraged to be involved in fundraisers and community events.

I believe that educators should work as a team to create a fun and welcoming environment for children, families and fellow educators.

Chloe
ChloeEducator
I believe that children should feel safe, secure, and happy while at the service, all children should be treated equally and fairly regardless of age, culture or learning stages, children should be given ample opportunities to engage in their learning to gain confidence and knowledge around each activity that is set out for them to do.

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I believe that all families should feel welcome upon entering the service, families should feel supported and safe, families should be encouraged to be involved in their children’s learning, achievements, and milestones at the service.

I believe that the environment should be inviting for all children and families, the environment should have aspects of children’s learning and progress within their development and learning stages. The environment should be inviting upon drop off and pick up so as families feel welcome and not rushed during their visit.

I believe that the service should involve the community in any activity possible, the community surrounding us should be welcomed and encouraged to engage in anything that the centre may be doing.

I believe that all educators should be treated equally and fairly, educators should work together as a team and assist one another with families, programming, and children. Educators should ensure that the service is a fun, happy environment for each other, families entering the service and the children.

Ashley. P
Ashley. PEducator
I believe all children should be treated equally and fairly, children should feel a sense of belonging to their environment to ensure they are also feeling safe, secure, and supported. All children have a voice, and this should be heard and valued to ensure they have the best possible learning outcomes during their time at the service.

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I believe it is important to build strong relationships with families to ensure they feel a sense of belonging within the service. Educators should work with families to provide the utmost care and education to the children.

I believe that the environments should be inviting and safe for children and families. The environment should support each child’s physical ability. Children should be able to use their imagination and growth developmental stages.

I believe it is important to involve the community within the service, by providing different cultural aspects from within the community to assist with children’s interests and learning abilities around the program within the service.

I believe all educators have a right to feel a sense of belonging within the service. Educators should be treated equally and fairly by other educators and management. Teamwork is vital in an environment to ensure that educators are supporting one another, families and the children that they are caring for.

Keeley
KeeleyEducator
I believe all children should be treated equally and given opportunities to extend their growth, development and learning through play-based learning.

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I believe that children should be encouraged to explore the environments and be given the chance to experience different activities to assist in their growth and development but also in their interests and learning stages.

I believe that the community should be involved in every aspect possible to do with the service when and where possible, the community should be encouraged to be involved in fundraisers and community events.

I believe that educators should work as a team to create a fun and welcoming environment for children, families and fellow educators.

Brighton Childcare and Early Learning Centre | (03) 6268 0011

31 Jubilee Avenue, Brighton, Tasmania, 7030