Learning Environment

At FELC we are inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach where the environment is considered as the third teacher, which is why we have invested in creative, well-resourced indoor and outdoor setting. Every space both inside and outside reflects a concern for the providing children with an aesthetic and stimulating environment.

The arrangement of space is carefully thought out so that every part of our buildings tell its purpose. We have balance out our environment to meet the individual needs of each child. There are places where our tamariki can work in small groups, large groups or individual. Our indoor environment are generally filled with indoor plants and awash with natural light.

Recycled materials, art objects and treasures contribute to the programme provoking children’s imagination, creativity and wonders.






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