‘Quality Project’ summary from Child Australia

Pachamama recently commissioned Child Australia to complete a ‘Quality Project’ on our Pachamama Activity Centre attended by school-aged children and infants. A Professional Practice Consultant with Child Australia, Connie Borg, visited Pachamama in March 2023. Over a four hour period, she focussed her attention on observing interactions with children and transitions, engaging with educators and […]

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Jurassic Park at Pachamama

When building our Pachamama Activity Centre, one of the most surprising aspects was discovering there was an abundance of groundwater. The area was shady with large trees and overgrown, thick with weeds falling away to the southeast corner of the property.  When the property was purchased, it was a section that was overlooked … left

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School visits build confidence for formal schooling

We embrace nature at its best in our daily routines, interactions and learning at Pachamama.  We also put love and pride into our connections. We focus on relationships between children,  educators,  families, environments and our community.  Each relationship is as important as the next. In our kindy room, we develop strong relationships with our community

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