Each daycare centre in the Perth area focuses on creating the best possible environment for children to grow and learn in. However, what exactly is it that makes a positive childcare environment for children in Perth or anywhere else? The hallmarks of the best kind of space for your children are the attractiveness of the room and the level of engagement from the teachers.
A Proper Space
The first thing that a child notices when he or she walks into the day care centre for the first time is how attractive the room is to them. This doesn’t necessarily mean how aesthetically pleasing the space is, it just means how it appears to them. Is it inviting? Does it look safe? Is there enough to catch their attention?
All of the above elements play a part in how the environment will appear to the child. If the room appears safe and is colourful and inviting, then he or she will enjoy the time spent there much more. Vibrant colours and decorations and removal of all unsafe objects are key to achieving this.
In addition to the appearance of the surroundings, another factor in making sure that a child care centre stands out from others in Perth is the teachers— they should be engaging and good with the children. Take note that children pick up cues from their environment based on how it interacts with them.
If their teachers are fun and engaging, they will also have fun; if they are distant and commanding, they might shy away. Positive interactions between children and their teachers are key to making sure that the children stay open and willing to learn, which increases the effectiveness of anything taught.
A Positive Environment
In any day care setting in Perth and all over the world, the creation of a positive learning environment is vital because children learn best in a place they enjoy being in. This kind of environment is based on how the child views both the space and the people that interact with them.
We strive to create this ideal setting and a lot more. For further details, call our Bertram centre at +61 (08) 9419 1844, our Carlisle centre at +61 (08) 9472 4702, and our St James centre at +61 (08) 9358 4673.