Harmony

About Harmony

Our vision is to nurture the development that allows every child to grow into whoever they were born to be and discover their unlimited potential.

6 Reasons We Love and Use Storypark for Parent Communication

Here at Harmony, we believe that each child is unique and deserves every opportunity to reach their fullest potential. We also believe that parents should have every opportunity to be involved in their child’s development and that this is absolutely essential to providing the best possible early childhood care and education. Storypark creates a space [...]

February 28th, 2017|Articles|

Review These 5 Key Considerations Before A Child Care Change

The Childcare Dilemma It can be overwhelming to try to figure out what to do for child care. There are many different options and each one has benefits and drawbacks. What works well for one child may not be the right fit for another. In addition, many changes happen for both children and parents in [...]

February 21st, 2017|Articles|

Why Holistic Learning is Especially Effective

When children are growing, it’s important to care for their whole self: their mind, body and spirit. Each aspect of life and learning is connected, whether it’s encouraging confidence, teaching numbers or helping them stay healthy. When we incorporate a holistic perspective into early learning, we are supporting the entire being of each child. We [...]

February 14th, 2017|Articles|

7 Healthy Activities for Children Instead of Watching TV

While television in itself is not unhealthy for children, too much TV can cause excessive sedentary behaviour and a lack of diversified learning opportunities. Just like with sweets or salty snacks, TV time needs be limited—and balanced with other activities. For a rich, wholesome childhood, children should continually gain a wide variety of experiences. To [...]

February 7th, 2017|Articles|

10 Powerful Reasons Nutrition is Essential to Your Child’s Development

During a child’s constant growth period—physically, cognitively and behaviourally—nutrition plays a starring role. Nutrition includes everything your child drinks and eats. Their little bodies utilise the nutrients to fuel their everyday movements, learning moments and activities. Children need a wholesome balance of proteins, vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates. 1. Nutrition helps your child stay healthy In [...]

January 24th, 2017|Articles|

9 Reasons Quality, Passionate Educators Make a Difference

The moment by moment interactions with your child make them feel loved and cared for — and help develop who they become. If your child attends a daycare or child care centre, the interactions they have with the staff play a huge role in their overall development and wellbeing. Child care educators work hard at [...]

January 10th, 2017|Articles|

7 Essentials of a Healthy Early Learning Environment

Imagine an environment where your child can prosper and grow - where they can be themselves and learn important new things every day. A place where they feel safe and supported. A place that nurtures them and cares for their individuality. A place that sets them up for the biggest, brightest future possible. What would [...]

January 3rd, 2017|Articles|

Benefits: How to Calculate Your Child Care Rebate

Your confidence in the care and education your child receives is invaluable. Knowing your child attends a centre with an exceptional learning environment gives you peace of mind that your child is receiving the best possible foundation for their future. And while affordability varies from family to family, it doesn't have to prevent your child [...]

December 29th, 2016|Articles|

Want to Further Your Child’s Learning? Play These 7 Learning Games

Want to enhance your child’s learning while making it fun for everyone? Bring the gift of learning right to your home with learning games that feel like fun rather than school. Playing games and positively interacting with your child will help their development, social abilities and overall wellbeing. As a parent, you play a big [...]

December 20th, 2016|Articles|