Early childhood education and care provide young children the first experience of life in a group away from their families. This experience plays a crucial role in developing the skills and attitudes children need to succeed in school and throughout life.
At Naturekids, our goal is for parents to feel good about their childcare choice, knowing that their children are safe, engaged, and enjoying their learning experience.
We believe that the key factors in a high-quality center essential to the well-being of children include:
We understand that familiarity, predictability, and routine can ease young children through the transition stage. Parents can opt for our home-to-school transition program before staying for the full length of the program.
At Naturekids, it is important for us to ensure that every child feels welcomed, respected, and valued. By learning to appreciate diversity and foster inclusiveness, our children grow up to be confident, respectful, and compassionate individuals.
Our team is trained to listen, reflect on, and validate a child’s emotions to show that their feelings are important to us, which is essential to develop a trusting relationship. This involves being genuine in interactions, actively listening, and responding to the needs of the child.
At Naturekids, parents are given access to PROCARE child care applicatiom to get photos and updates of children’s daily activities, and alleviate the anxiety of leaving their children in our care.
We believe that when parents are allowed open communication with our management and staff, it creates a bond and sense of trust between our team and parents. When we practice open communication with parents, it gives them insight into their children’s strengths and weaknesses and allows an opportunity to convey any problems or concerns that may arise that the parents might not see.
At Naturekids, we value teamwork and develop collaborative and cooperative efforts to provide children with a safe and nurturing environment. Our team creates achievable goals under hands-on leadership who ensures there are transparent and actionable teaching, learning, and care practices in place.
Healthy communication ensures that all voices are valued and that there is room for meaningful discussion. Our work culture acknowledges each other’s values, beliefs, feelings, and opinions, engages in collaborative problem-solving, practice active listening, and seek knowledge from one another when working together.
At Naturekids, we believe that successful teams thrive off a positive culture and should embed it across all aspects of the team’s practices. We practice regular team-building exercises to promote unity and collaboration and encourage thinking outside of the box and new ways of working where requires