Bostock House (ELC-Year 4) in Geelong is a small campus that nurtures positive relationships and a strong sense of community.
Bostock House is built around the Three Rs:
- relationships and
Positive relationships between teachers and children, children and children, teachers and parents, and among staff, form the basis of our Bostock House culture.
Bostock House is very much a child-sized school - and small class sizes enable staff and students to form close relationships and for every child to receive specialised care.
The culture of a school is the primary characteristic that supports student development and academic learning. At Bostock House we endeavour to create a community in which each individual feels happy, safe, valued and a sense of belonging.
Our Early Learning Centre (ELC) offers a full day programme, underpinned by the teaching of the world-renowned Reggio Emilia philosophy. We believe that children learn best through first-hand experience.
In our ELC, we value the worth of our children learning through play. Play is the child's way of learning - exploration, challenge, enjoyment, experimentation, enquiry, negotiation, observation and fun is therefore the basis of the learning environment.