La Petite Early Learning Centre provides child-centred developmental programs.

Our curriculum is based on The Early Years Learning Framework which includes observing children on a regular basis through various mediums such as learning stories, scrapbooks, portfolios, photographic records, celebration of achievement charts and family input sheets. Our Educators continually evaluate the children's needs and interests by planning learning experiences that extend and scaffold the children's learning and development. Each child will be pace guided to develop at an individual level according to his or her unique abilities. La Petite Early Learning Centre's Curriculum is based on the following:-

  • Early Years Learning Framework
  • Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guideline
  • Being, Belonging and Becoming
  • Fine Motor (small muscle development e.g. manipulation)
  • Gross Motor (large muscle development e.g. running, jumping)
  • Social (learning to work cohesively with others)
  • Emotional (self-esteem, self worth)
  • Cognitive (thinking, problem solving)
  • Language (speaking, communicating)

Extra Curricular Activities Free of Charge:

  • Early Childhood Music and Japanese Program.
  • Early Childhood Physical Education Program.
  • Early Years Reading is Fun Program.

The Kindergarten Program is based on the Queensland Kintergarten Learning Guideline. Routines and programs are displayed in each room. They are available for you to peruse and we invite your contribution. Please speak to your child's Teacher/Educator who can give you more information. We will also conduct two parent/teacher interviews throughout the year to update you on your child's development and progress.

Kindergarten Program Statement of Fees Click Here

Implementation of Programs/Routines:


Indoor and outdoor learning experiences are an integral part of our program and daily routine. Play is central to children's development by providing opportunities for both structured and spontaneous activities. Play is a child's unique way to learn about their world. It is also a means of expressing knowledge from previous experience.

We aim to provide opportunities for all children to play freely regardless of any stereotype roles they may choose. Videos will only be shown as part of the planned curriculum. Routines give children a sense of the passage of time as they move through the day. Routines encourage independence and an understanding of personal hygiene.