Throughout the year we collect work samples, anecdotes and photographs, so you can see how far they’ve come.

We encourage families to contribute to their child’s portfolio, providing a link between the home and centre environment by sharing information about the child and family’s experiences.
Every child is unique and this is shown spectacularly in their portfolio. Every entry is a document of their daily and weekly investigations, recording their contributions to group times and individual endeavours.
The curriculum reflects the five Kindalin learning areas – literacy, the arts, social awareness, maths and scientific thinking. Children's individual portfolios are reviewed on an ongoing basis, to ensure they’re always working towards achieving new learning goals. Bridge the gap!