At Story House Diamond Creek we are committed to providing quality child care and early education exceeding industry standards. We seek to provide inspiring learning opportunities to promote investigation, creativity, self-confidence and individuality. This is supported by qualified, caring educators who seek to extend learning through our community connections. Read more.
We recognise that children learn through investigative and exploratory play and with this in mind have designed open ended play spaces that give children the opportunity to explore, use imagination, as well as engage in decision making and problem solving.
At Story House Early Learning we believe that the value of play is of utmost importance to children as it is their way of learning about their world. While children play they are able to experiement with new ideas, test theories and their understanding of concepts, express their creative ability, release their emotions and share their feelings. While engaging in play children are developing across all domains and creating the building blocks for their future.
We partner with you to provide a safe, quality, family-centred learning environment where every child is respected and nurtured. We continually develop our skills and explore new ways to enrich your child’s early learning experience.
Indoor and outdoor play based experiences are an integral part of our program. Educators plan a diverse range of experiences to create opportunities for your child in both structured and spontaneous play.
Our programs are inspired by the wisdom and teachings of early childhood theorists and the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF), and aim to develop children’s emotional, social and cognitive intelligence.
The Kindergarten curriculum continues to emphasise play based learning, however offers additional intentional learning times where the focus is on literacy and numeracy, socialisation, self-regulation and independence.
Story House Diamond Creek is located in the heart of Diamond Creek along Main Hurstbridge Road, close to the Diamond Creek Reserve and Challenger Street Reserve.