Inspire is a unique after school program that provides:
Homework and tuition
At Inspire, kids don’t just do their homework – they also participate in Inspire’s unique Learn and Grow tuition program. Once their homework is complete, kids have the option of quiet reading, educational games and puzzles, open ended questions or working through Inspire’s vast array of worksheets. Our worksheets have been designed by teachers in line with the NSW curriculum and provide valuable revision and extension work. Each child is issued an Inspire book and their work is recorded so parents and tutors can monitor progress and identify areas where support is needed.
Unlike classroom learning, Learn and Grow allows kids to work at their own pace and this gives them time to master the lesson before moving on. This approach develops confidence and a solid foundation for future learning. We know that many kids find homework a struggle and learning a chore. Our goal is to build confidence in kids and ignite a passion for learning that will stay with them for life.
We encourage parents to let us know if their child is struggling with any topic at school – with a little support from our tutors we can help kids overcome issues that may be worrying them.
A martial arts lesson
We understand that when you are at work you can’t be running the kids to extra-curricular activities…and that’s why we include it at Inspire. Each day at Inspire the kids participate in a 35 minute martial arts lesson.
Martial arts is a key part of our program because:-
- It improves coordination and balance.
- It develops confidence, discipline and respect.
- And it is LOTS OF FUN!
Our program is:-
It is great exercise and includes lessons on anti-bullying and stranger danger.
Fun, inspirational time
Our Educational Framework
Inspire offers a unique program and a rich experience for children. Our activities and programming is guided by the framework developed by the Australian Government – My Time, Our Place.
My Time, Our Place fosters the following outcomes for children:
- Strong sense of wellbeing
- Strong sense of identity
- Effective communicators
- Confident and involved learners
- Connected with and contribute to their world
My Time, Our Place acknowledges the importance of play and leisure in children’s learning and development and that their learning is not limited to any particular time or place. Developing life skills and a sense of enjoyment are emphasised. The Framework recognises the importance of social and emotional development and communication in learning through play and leisure, and it forms the foundation for ensuring that children in all school age care settings engage in quality experiences for rich learning, personal development and citizenship opportunities