Our Vision

Our vision is to nurture and assist every child to develop their unique abilities and discover their future unlimited potential.

Harmony Early Learning is a value-based early learning environment where your child can develop into a strong, confident, happy and healthy individual – in both mind and body.

We aspire to:

  • Provide an atmosphere which awakens the love of learning
  • Nurture a sense of wonder and inspire the spirit of human imagination
  • Follow a holistic approach encompassing a connection of mind, body and spirit
  • Cultivate a child’s self-awareness of their body, feelings, thoughts and attitudes
  • Support the discovery of each child’s unique personality
  • Foster an understanding and respect for the natural environment
  • Encourage sustainable practices to nurture children’s understanding of their responsibility to care for the environment
  • Engage and uphold the values on which Harmony was founded

Our values

Our values are embedded into everything we do – with every child. In addition to believing these values, we live them out every day at Harmony.

  • We believe all learning is integrated and interconnected and unique for each child
  • We value and respect cultural diversity, individual differences and development
  • We see value in adapting the learning environment to each child’s developmental stage
  • We allow children to take initiative and experience freedom while playing
  • We discover and encourage the living beauty of childhood imagination

These values are integrated into our high-quality educational programs based on the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and emergent curriculum play-based learning.

Our commitments

All our educators are guided by our ‘Statement of Intent’ which outlines our philosophy, ethics and social responsibility. We are committed to:

  • upholding the rights of all children and acknowledges the place of childhood as a unique and critical part of human lifespan development.
  • supporting educators as lifelong learners who will always act collectively and collaboratively in the best interests of children and each other.
  • recognising families as children’s most important social and cultural community, where they learn about who they are and their place in the world.
  • ensuring the broader community share a united obligation as advocates for and on behalf of our youngest citizens, attentive to the international mandate that the voices of children should be heard and acted upon.
  • guaranteeing the principles and practices which frame the early childhood profession in Australia and underpin our work with and alongside children, families and colleagues.

Book a tour at your
local Harmony centre

Talk with our educators about how we can assist your child transition from home to Harmony each morning. Contact your local Harmony centre to book a tour.