Wings Early Learning



Soaring to Success

At Wings, we recognise children as active participants in their own learning journey and strongly believe in the power of child-directed and play based learning.

We encourage children to take the lead of their learning through exploring, experimenting, investigating, and creating. By doing so, children are able to make sense of their worlds, and actively engage with their surroundings.

Throughout each child’s journey, our Educator’s role is to provide support and shape activities around each child’s development. We ensure that creativity and a genuine love of exploration and learning is fostered. By entrusting children with the ownership of their own learning they are empowered to become confident, self-driven learners who are excited about discovering the wonders of their world.

Our educational programs are based on the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF), Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guidelines (QKLG) and the National Quality Standard (NQS). These frameworks support our interactions with children and provide the foundation of our educational experiences that enhance each child’s learning and development.

Transition to School

Preparing to Soar

Our Transition to School Program continues to embrace play-based learning. Our educators guide children to engage in extended investigations and delve deeper into topics that captivate their interest. Children continue to drive their own learning, adopting a project-style approach in their experiences.

Each child is provided opportunities to participate in group learning and play situations, to ensure they are confident with peers to be able to navigate different social scenarios. They are encouraged to take a more independent approach to their learning and self care in preparation for school.


Transitioning to school

Beginning the Next Chapter

Central to our approach is nurturing children’s confidence in their journey to school. In partnership with local primary schools, our program integrates organised excursions and collaborative learning activities, promoting meaningful interactions with primary school peers and teachers.

These connections provide children with opportunities develop relationships, form friendships, and gain confidence in a school environment.