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All Fun and Games at Deadly Choices’ Burragah Visit

Our Deadly Kindy Burragah had a visit today from our friends over at IUIH Deadly Kindies and Deadly Choices!

They brought some footys and also some soccer balls and our Burragah jarjums had a lot of fun learning some deadly new skills from Deadly Choices ambassadors Petero Civoniceva, Brenton, Bowen and Tyrone Roberts.

The Deadly Choices DC Fit team prepared some simple footy drills for the jarjums based around kicking, throwing, and catching. Staying active is an important part of keeping our little ones fit and healthy. Which is why we love it when the DC Fit team drop by!

The team from Deadly Kindies loved to see how we incorporate culture into everything that we do at kindy and even dropped off some fun new Deadly Kindy shirts to keep our jarjums looking stylish.

Like us, the Deadly Kindies team believe that kindy is an important part of your little ones’ education and will also give them the best start in life. In kindy your child will take part in play-based learning to develop lifelong skills such as:

  • Expressing their ideas and feelings through language, art, dance and play
  • Making friends and getting along with others
  • Independence and confidence
  • Self-discipline
  • Problem solving
  • Literacy and numeracy.

Check out all the photos from the day below!

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