Friends and family were on hand to celebrate with preschoolers from all five St Nicholas Early Education centres as they celebrated their graduation from preschool - the first major milestone in their learning journey.
Each child is driven by a natural desire to explore, experience and discover all the wonders of the world around them. This inbuilt drive is intrinsic to the growth and development of young children and plays an important role in early education.
Sean Scanlon, the CEO of the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle, has announced that the Diocese is in the process of buying the centre at Raymond Terrace which comprises a pre-school and an early education facility.
St Nicholas Early Education’s open day - held last Friday - was a staggering success.
Building a sense of community in each child is an important part of early education. At St Nick’s, we work to develop community engagement by embarking on excursions out into the surrounding neighborhood, inviting local community members to visit our centres and supporting local initiatives such as the recent drought appeal.
Each St Nick’s centre is woven into the local community and each centre plays an important role in building bright futures and creating positive outcomes for the children we teach and care for each day.