Our Philosophy

Colour My World Children’s Centre Service Philosophy  

At Colour my World Children’s Centre all children are seen as competent and capable individuals who have a right to access high quality within their early childhood experience.



Philosophy Mission Statement

    • All children have rights that we must always acknowledge and respect.
    • All children have a right to a high quality of care.
    • All children have a right to be treated fair and equitably.
    • Children deserve opportunities to become involved in centre life alongside their families.
    • Children deserve a well balanced diet complimenting growth and developmental needs.
    • Children deserve a curriculum that is capturing their initial interests and development.
    • Children deserve environments that are rich, resourceful, educational, stimulating, trusting, and safe and involve ample opportunities for decision making and choice.
    • Children have the right to be heard.
    • Children deserve opportunities to investigate, explore and discover the world around them.
    • Children deserve to have opportunities to help create learning environments.
    • Children learn through play.
    • Children have the right to appreciate their cultural and religious beliefs.
    • Children should be open to a non rushed routine; children deserve time to finish tasks at a suitable pace and have opportunities to re-visit tasks.
    • Children deserve moments to be curious and ask questions.
    • Children deserve opportunities for music, language and appreciation of the visual arts.
    • Children deserve opportunities to engage and be known to the local community.
    • Children deserve moments to socialise and engage in authentic conversation in their learning environments.
    • Children deserve to have qualified staff at our centre to ensure a high quality curriculum and environment.
    • We believe that building a good authentic relationship with families is vital.
    • We believe in the importance of networking and sound communication.
    • We believe families are of high importance within our Curriculum Framework.
    • We want to build trust with families.
    • We strive to support families individualised needs.
    • We believe families should be heard.
    • We believe families also deserve a place and space within our service that gives them a sense of belonging.
    • We welcome all families of all cultures and religions.
    • We believe families know there child the best.
    • We believe all families deserve to be treated fairly and equitably.
    • We believe families deserve to feel there child is safe whilst at care.
    • We believe families deserve the right to access their child’s individual portfolios on request.
    • We believe families deserve our time, care and support.
    • We believe that professional development for staff is critical to keep in with current practices of Earlychildhood, motivation, team unity and quality of care given for all.
    • We believe all staff is to acknowledge the centre philosophy as well as continue to nurture some of their personalised values of the field in accordance to the regulations.
    • We believe all staff is to be reliable, punctual, trustworthy, respectful and passionate towards the field of early childhood.
    • We believe that educators should be heard.
    • We value the individualised attributes our staff has to give to our team at our service.
    • We believe as childcare professionals we aim to advocate for children and the profession of early childhood.
    • We believe the relationships we have with children are to be purely authentic.
    • We believe it’s important to explore all opportunities for learning and growth within the classroom.
    • We believe children should have opportunities to be exposed as many colours, textures, smell and tastes to inhibit all areas of learning.
    • We believe environments act as a third teacher.
    • We believe that our community is an asset to our centre and the education of young children in our care.
    • We believe the community is an active tool/resource for children to investigate and explore environments and the world around them.
    • We believe the community to also be seen as a teacher to all.
    • We believe the community should be known to the centre and the centre to be known to the community.
    • We believe that we can educate the community about the importance of early childhood and the capabilities and competencies children have in society.