Our Approach
To Learning

Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.

Reggio Emilia Approach

Each child is unique. This is why Futuro follows the Reggio Emilia approach - a childcare philosophy where the child works with their teacher to set their curriculum, rather than than the teacher setting the curriculum for them. 

We encourage children to learn and discover through activities such as drawing, gardening, singing, cooking and drama, as these are all “languages” children use to grow and develop their individuality. 

By allowing children to learn the way they want to, with teachers they trust, and within an environment that is built to inspire and nurture them, the Reggio Emilia approach helps to instill a lifelong love of learning and prepares them for school life. 


School Readiness

We are mindful that school can be a huge transition for children. Together, we expose children to a routine of social interactions with teachers and their friends, to ensure that when children start school they have all the tools they will need to thrive. 

Our leadership team has developed an innovative syllabus that integrates curriculum requirements with art, music, food, mindfulness and movement to help them achieve the core childcare learning outcomes. This includes developing a strong sense of identity and wellbeing, connecting and contributing to their environment and being confident learners and communicators.