At Clyde Street Kindergarten we value early childhood education as the foundation of lifelong learning.
We believe that each child is a unique individual and should be viewed, respected and treated as such. Our guiding principle are the rights and best interests of each child in our care, and providing an environment that develops a sense of individual identity and sense of belonging to their group and the kindergarten and wider community.
As the welfare and wellbeing of each child is paramount, we strive to provide holistic support of the child’s exclusive requirements and interests in a nurturing, familial environment that fosters the child’s development across all developmental domains.
We value the critical importance of children, parents, teachers and educators as partners in a learning community that promotes respect and inclusion and celebrates diversity and a commitment to equity and all children’s right to a quality education.
At Clyde Street Kindergarten we acknowledge the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation as the traditional owners of the land and our learning community recognises and values Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.