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At Tall Tree we focus on a child-led explorative program, allowing each child to learn with creativity and form true connection.

Tall Tree Outside School Care operates from Rosalie Primary School. Places are available and enrolments are now open for students attending Rosalie Primary School, as well as other schools in the local community.​ Our Before and After School programs are designed to not only enrich the learning and lives of our Tall Tree children but to support you, their family, in providing loving care and creating a harmonious work week.

Inspired by Reggio Emilia, our philosophy allows the natural skills and interests of each child to come to the fore and design the direction of our learning experiences. Our children love to spend time exploring the outdoors and learning about the natural world around them.

Whether you need Before School or After School care, we provide nutritious meals, learning support and a safe place for your children, so you can focus on getting yourself to work and having a productive day. Our Before and After School programs work to the My Time, Our Place framework for the School Aged Education and Care industry.​

Whether you need care in the school holidays or just want your child to be fully entertained, our Vacation Care programs are packed full of exploration, excursions, incursions and more. Everything is designed with lifelong friendships and lasting memories in mind. We provide breakfast, morning tea, a hot lunch, afternoon tea and a late snack, giving you a break from preparing lunches.

Outside School Care

Rosalie Primary School

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0422 013 899
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Rosalie Primary School
101 Onslow Road
Shenton Park, WA 6008
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Monday - Friday
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Reggio Emilia Philosophy

The Reggio Emilia Philosophy is an innovative and inspiring approach to early childhood education, which values the child as strong, capable and resilient; rich with wonder and knowledge. The Philosophy rides on the coattails of the innate curiosity of children and aims to assist them with understanding their world and who they are in it.

The Child - The Reggio Emilia philosophy values the child as central to their own learning, not simply an empty vessel waiting to be filled with knowledge. Children are able to pursue their own interests and revisit and build upon ideas at their own pace. You may have heard of something called the ‘100 languages of children’. This concept recognises that children have multiple ways of thinking, playing, exploring, speaking and doing. The Reggio Emilia approach encourages children to use every tool they have to express themselves.

The Environment - A Reggio-inspired environment, often referred to as ‘the third teacher’, is one that is open and free-flowing. It enables uninterrupted exploration, play and learning. Outdoor spaces are valued just as highly as formal classrooms, and the design of the space should allow children to move freely between the two. In addition, it is important that children have free access to stimulating resources, as they cannot be the owner of their learning journey without this.

The Teacher - Teachers are encouraged to observe children rather than to direct them. It is important that children are allowed to experiment in their own way, make mistakes and find new solutions. The role of the teacher is to gently move students towards areas of interest to them, and this can only be done through careful observation carried out over time.

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Nurul
Our Centre Manager at Tall Tree Outside School Care - Manning

Hi, I’m Nurul, your OSHC Manager at Tall Tree OSHC Rosalie.

With over 5 years experience in the Early Childhood Sector, I bring with me a wealth of experience and a genuine passion for early childhood education. I possess a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and I’m currently completing a Certificate IV in Educational Support in a school-based setting. I began my career as a primary school tutor and nanny before transitioning into the Outside School Hours Care setting.

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A tree does not grow in isolation

You start life as a tiny seed, something so small and yet so powerful, something so important to so many. From there, your roots, the foundation from which all will grow, take hold.

The environment in which you grow, must be nourishing, supportive, and provide you with all that you need to flourish from seed, to seedling. A time in which nurturing, and support are imperative, as you understand the environment in which you are planted and begin to make sense of it for yourself.​From seedling, to sapling, you begin to settle. To grow stronger, taller, more resilient. A sense of independence and a rapid acquisition of new branches and leaves. But in order to make this monumental leap, you need consistent and reliable input from your environment. Each and every sapling, needs nutrients and protection, in order to thrive and grow from sapling to tree. The aim is forever not to merely survive, but to thrive. To grow tall.