Children learn many important things before they start school.
They learn from you at home, from friends and family, in local playgroups, at Child and Parent Centres, child/family daycare, if they attend, and
at Kindergarten. They bring all of this learning with them when they start Pre-primary. Children learn best when they are supported by their families. The more you are involved in your child’s learning and the more you talk with the teacher, the better you can both support your child. A strong partnership with the school and regular contact with the teacher make sure your child gets the best start to full-time school.
In Pre-primary, your child continues to build on the important skills they have developed with you at home. These skills may include your child being able to talk about things that interest them; draw pictures; pretend write; recognise colours, numbers, sizes and shapes; and share with others.