PROGRAMS

Placing children at the centre of learning to support their holistic development

Our aim is to provide warm and inviting environments which welcome and nurture children and embrace families as partners in a community of learners.

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6 MONTHS − 5 YEARS || 1 − 5 DAYS

Long Day Program

Children will engage in inspirational indoor and outdoor environments supported by passionate and creative educators. They will play and learn in our large outdoor space, look after Nature’s Atelier’s animals and kitchen gardens. A magical childhood full of wonder and joy.

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4 YEAR OLD KINDY || 3x 6HR DAYS

Bush Kindy

A kindy with a difference! Every day will be spent exploring the natural environments of the property, interacting with Nature Atelier’s animals and creating in the centre studios. The children in this program will explore, discover and learn in the outdoors as they are educated by nature.

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5 YEARS − 12 YEARS || MON & THUR

Bush Discovery & Play

Building community together will be a focus for our sessions for children aged 5-12 whose families may have chosen to educate them outside the normal schooling system.

This program will give them the opportunity to work together to explore the bush, develop bushcraft, care for our animals and gardens,work in our workshop to create and develop projects, cook together, laugh together and create friendships and memories.

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5 YEARS − 12 YEARS || 1 − 5 DAYS

Vacation Program

Our holiday programmes will give children the chance to participate in long term projects, whether it is to build a hut, weave, camp, get to know the local environment, climb trees, work with wood and clay. Your child will spend unhurried days full of friendship and wonder to be remembered forever.

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5 YEARS − 12 YEARS || 1 − 5 DAYS

Before and After School

Your child will relax and unwind in the natural environments of Nature’s Atelier. After a day at school they will reconnect with nature and the world around them, forming relationships with each other, the environment and the animal inhabitants of the school.

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