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What does empowerment mean to Wonderschool?

What does empowerment mean to Wonderschool?

Contributed by Sarah Wilcox, Operations Manager for Wonderschool Empowerment: What does this look like in practice, and how do we empower children and our team of Educators? It’s an excellent question, and one that we reflect on deeply. For us at Wonderschool, it is...

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Respectful approach to food

Respectful approach to food

Meal times are a great way for children to become independent learners as they develop new self-help skills, such as hand washing, serving their own food, using tongs and pouring water into their own glasses to drink out of, as well as washing their own hands and...

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Meet our Educator, Jen, from Wonderschool Conder

Meet our Educator, Jen, from Wonderschool Conder

How good would it be to go to work knowing that you’re welcomed and loved every single day by lots and lots of people? Well, when you’re working with a group of toddlers who adore you, that’s definitely the case. As is our Educator, Jen, an Early Childhood Teacher in...

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The Great Outdoors

The Great Outdoors

Wonderschool’s outdoor play spaces are very popular. The children always answer a big ‘YES’ at the mention of outdoor time, moving to their lockers, finding their hats and putting on sunscreen to promote self-help. We are very fortunate to have such amazing...

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Respecting each child adapts in their own time

Respecting each child adapts in their own time

“We do not only respect babies, we demonstrate our respect every time we interact with them. Respecting a child means treating even the youngest infant as a unique human being, not as an object”. - Magda Gerber Respect is something we value very highly at...

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