The child, the family and the service do not exist in isolation, as they are all parts of a larger community. We recognise and view family and community involvement as being very important to us. The relationship between the family and Centre educators is crucial to the child’s wellbeing as the child benefits most when we work together and communicate about the child’s outcomes for learning. We encourage parents to be involved in what their children do during their time at the Centre and this involvement allows relationships to develop and partnerships to form.
The Centre is active in our local and wider community and engages in numerous ongoing partnerships. Children enjoy our planned excursions as well as many inhouse experiences with community and family visitors.
One of our lovely educators was commended for her dedication hard work at Blossom during the pandemic by Prime Minister of Australia and Federal MP for Cook Mr. Scott Morrison.
During bushfire events in Australia, our children had the opportunity to speak to the real heroes who helped our country.
At Blossom we embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives through our learning environments. We understand the importance of community in creating meaningful connections to people and place and creating a welcoming and inclusive environment where we celebrate culture, education, historical acceptance, race relations and reconciliation.
Blossom Preschool is a proud finalist in the Local Business Awards 2021 from the thousands of nominations received from the local community.