Learning with and about nature

The natural world provides children with endless opportunities to explore, experience and learn. Engaging with the beauty and wonder of a natural environment offers a range of benefits and can help to relax, inspire, and boost the physical and mental health of young children. Outcome 2 of the Early Years Learning Framework supports children becoming…

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Holi Celebration

As Hindus around the world mark Holi, the festival of Colours, Love and Spring we celebrated Holi on Thursday, the 9th of March. Holi is a popular Hindu festival that celebrates the arrival of spring, the end of winter and the blossoming of love. Holi celebrations begin the morning after the Holika bonfire. Children and…

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Henny Penny Hatching

We were very excited to have Henny Penny Hatching in our centre. Henny Penny brought along 3 chicks and 12 fertile eggs in an incubator. The aim of this program was to provide a thrilling educational experience for all, bringing the joy of watching eggs hatching, and chicks emerging from their shells. By children observing…

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How to decide if your child is ready for school

There are many factors to consider when deciding if your child is ready for ‘big school’ and the decision can be quite daunting. We’ve created this guide to answer some common questions and better equip parents with the knowledge to make an informed decision when deciding if they should send their child to school. What’s…

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National Child Protection Week 2021

National Child Protection Week is an annual campaign held Australia-wide to raise awareness of child abuse prevention and raise the profile of all issues connected with child protection. This campaign aims to engage and educate all Australians to understand they have a part to play in keeping our children and young people safe from violence,…

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BOOK WEEK 2021

BOOK WEEK Every year since 1945, the Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) have celebrated children and their favourite books with the annual event, Book Week! Throughout Book Week, schools and libraries use their time acknowledging and respecting the importance of children’s book authors, publishers, booksellers, illustrators, and other organisations, as well as celebrating the…

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The RSL’s Appreciation to Robina First’s ANZAC Awareness

Belonging to the Community Miss Jan, Miss Sue, Mr Shane McCarthy, Mr Leonard Guest, Miss Lisa and Mr Michael To help our Pre-Prep children learn more about the experiences of Australian and New Zealander soldiers and the significance of Anzac Day, we read ANZAC Ted to commemorate Anzac Day. This year for show and tell,…

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Mother’s Day 2021

Mother’s Day At Robina First This year for Mother’s Day, Robina First celebrated with a calming and natural afternoon tea with our amazing families. Picture this, bright blue skies, dreamy music playing in the background, the humbling sound of laughter between mother and child and the sweet, sweet feeling of love and gratitude. Together, everyone…

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DINOSAURS at Robina First

Dino Encounters at Robina First The amazing guys from Dino Encounters were here to teach and enthusiastically educate the children on the amazing wonders of DINOSAURS! Hollows and Chang were lucky enough to have a quick visit from Aiden and his dinosaur friend Kylie the Ankylosaurus. Monash experienced the amazing visuals of Hunter the Tyrannosaurus…

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World Ocean Day

World Ocean Day Ocean Day is a day to spread awareness and information to the people on this planet of the severity of the importance of the ocean. In accordance with the United Nations website, here are some interesting facts everyone should be aware of. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ – The ocean produces 50% of the planets oxygen.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀…

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