It is Early Learning Matters Week next week and Forbes Preschool (FPs) will be launching it with their first Facebook Live seminar for parents on Monday, 3 August at 7pm to share how important quality early learning is.
“High quality education and care supports children to be confident, enthusiastic learners, building a foundation for wellbeing and achievement through their whole lives,” FPs Director Amy Shine said.
“Our preschool has always focused on developing the best outcomes for our children and Early Learning Matters Week 2020 is helping spread the message to the community at a national level.”
Early Learning Matters was started by Service providers, peak bodies and re- search and advocacy groups to better inform political decision makers of the importance of quality early education. This year FPs is expanding that message to include families and communities.
“We have long been working towards the best outcomes for our children, but we need the whole community to understand the positive implications early learning has in supporting families and building our society.”
“All early learning centres in Forbes are working hard every day to develop exciting programs to help our children become strong independent learners,” said Amy.
FPs has recently become an NDIS provider and continues to offer Occupational Therapy, Speech and Synergetic Play Therapy as an integrated part of all programs. “NDIS is about working with children in their own environments and FPs is able to provide extended and specialised learning in a child’s own safe preschool space – programmed specifically for their own very personal needs,” Speech Pathologist Jess Schofield added.
To attend the webinar, find the Forbes Preschool Facebook and record your interest in attending under ‘Events’. Facebook will send a reminder before 7pm to join. Get settled in a comfy, quiet spot so you can tune in for a discussion about the FPs 2020 school transition program.