Holy Rosary Catholic School a space to discover and nurture

EVERY week families in the Claremont community gather at Holy Rosary Catholic School for mornings of fun and education.

The Village, held twice weekly, is an early-years purpose-built learning environment for children aged up to four-years-old.

The sessions involve play-based learning, exploration, storytelling, art and craft, music and movement.

Early childhood educator Libby Piesse said the program modelled a partnership with children, educators and parents.

“The Village is a place of adventure, growth and learning,” she said.

“The aim of the program is to support the children’s natural curiosity, eagerness to play and explore and their love of communication with others in a nurturing environment.”

The Play and Learn session is held on Wednesday in the Early Years Centre.

The Music and Movement session is held on Friday in the school hall.

The sessions run from 9am to 10.30am.

For more information, phone 6275 5200 or email holyrosary.catholic.tas.edu.au.

Caption: Local families enjoying Holy Rosary Catholic School’s ‘The Village’.

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