Jean Piaget

Our Early Years Cognitive Development Curriculum is based on Jean Piaget’s theory.

Our Curriculum Practices

Early Years Learning Framework

All early childhood services across Australia are obligated to follow the National Early Years Learning Framework, a curriculum framework that outlines the key learning outcomes for children prior to school. The framework outlines the key practices that support the best outcomes for young children. 

1.  Holistic Approaches

2.  Responsiveness to children

3.  Learning through Play

4.  Intentional Teaching

5. Learning Environments

6.  Cultural Competence

7.  Continuity Of Learning and Transitions

8.  Assessment for Learning

At Raceview Childcare & Kindergarten we meet each individual child’s needs.  Engage and interact with children and families within our premises.  We create meaningful learning within our environment.

Play allows children to use their creativity while developing their imagination, dexterity, and physical, cognitive, and emotional strength. Play is important to healthy brain development. It is through play that children at a very early age engage and interact in the world around them.


Queensland Kindergarten Curriculum

Here at Raceview Kindergarten & Child Care we offering the Kindergarten children the Queensland Kindergarten Curriculum.