TG's philosophy of Playing is Learning for Life nurtures children to become well-rounded young citizens who form meaningful connections with their world through belonging, being and becoming.
TG's has been implementing indigenous programs as part of our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) to boost our sustainability values and help children go even further in eco and social intelligence.
The children look at how they are able to make a difference in the environmental, social and economical aspects of their locations.
TG's Urangan has been incorporating Butchulla culture into our curriculum. This consists of fortnightly Beach and Bush Kindy Excursions where the children get to explore and listen to stories from the Butchulla culture on their walks. Butchulla's three lores also align beautifully with TG's sustainability values (social, economic and environmental).
TG´s children also take part in NAIDOC Week. This is when celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate and honour the culture, history and achievements of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The children learn about how these people lived in the past, their art, culture and even food and music.
The children get really excited about fun activities such as nature weaving, bush tucker, aboriginal art, paintings and music. Through sensory experiences, the children explore and learn more about aboriginal culture through smell, touch, sight and sound. It makes the learning come alive for them.
Learning about indigenous culture is part of identity building for the children. They realise how they are all connected to their culture, their past, their community, and to their environment. When the children see how people took care of each other and their environment in the past, they naturally learn how to go forward to make a better future for their planet and their communities.
At TG’s, children learn to leave their own gentle footprints in the history of the planet. They act responsibly to improve its health, so generations on can have a better future.
TG´s is committed to reconciliation by building relationships, respect and opportunities throughout TG's and with our community.
We are excited about TG's Urangan's upcoming playdate in 2022! We welcome our community to experience TG´s Playing is Learning for Life programme in our beautiful gardens and playspaces.
Come experience for yourself TG's loving culture of Playing is Learning for Life!
Sign up here for a playdate at TG´s Urangan!
TG's Child Care
+61 (07) 4184 2282 | firstname.lastname@example.org
61 Miller St, Urangan, QLD 4655
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About TG's Child Care
As one of Australia's leading early learning Kindergarten and Long Day Care providers,
TG's Child Care is dedicated to its philosophy of “Quality Lifelong Learning, where
Playing is Learning for Life.” Children attending TG's Child Care are encouraged to
experience a love and joy of learning throughout their time there and are equipped
with skills and tools to continue their personal growth long after they’ve left. In
addition to the Urangan campus, TG's Child Care has five others in New South
Wales: in Armidale, three in Wauchope, and in Uralla.
We are at 61 Miller St, Urangan, Hervey Bay, QLD.
Telephone: (07) 4184 2282
TG's Child Care Urangan is licensed for 75 places for children 6 weeks to 6 years. We are open 52 weeks a year except for public holidays from 6.30 am to 6.30 pm.