Welcome to Flying Star Daycare

Fun-damentals for Bright Minds


Flying Star Daycare Programs


Daily Routine

We believe, children learn best by having fun, discovering, exploring, taking risks and playing together in a social learning environment.

It takes a whole village to raise a child. Teachers and caregivers are committed to extending children’s early learning and laying the foundations for successful future learning. We support children to think, reason and make decisions as they actively participate alongside them in their play.  Our extensive outdoor areas offer wide open spaces and equipment designed to encourage and challenge all aspects of your child’s learning. A wide range of equipment and resources for all curriculum areas is available to encourage and challenge all aspects of your child’s learning and development.


Learning Outcomes for your Child

We have 8 essential key skills and learning areas: Communication Skills, Social and Cooperative Skills, Numeracy and Literacy skills, Physical Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Information Skills, Work and Study Skills, Self Management and Competitive Skills.

Our centre’s curriculum is based on the New Zealand Early Childhood Curriculum – called Te Whaariki.Te Whaariki is the beginning of a comprehensive education framework in NZ and is founded on the following aspirations for children:

“to grow up as competent and confident learners and communicators, healthy in mind, body, and spirit, secure in their sense of belonging and in the knowledge that they make a valued contribution to society”.

We have 4 principles:


Empowering your child to develop confidently by themselves, to understand their ability and be proud of it.


Learning about things in a “whole picture” view, and allowing your child to see the interlinking connections between different things, how the item can fit into the whole world, and its relationships in the world.


Learning about the support network of family and surrounding community and environment and how it all blends to work together so your child can make connections and understand the world they live in and relationships they form.


Learning about relationships, through responsive and reciprocal actions, behaviour and words. This applies to people, places and things, and their feelings and actions between your child and them.


Our Goal

To Achieve our goal we have divide into 5 strands and 18 goals



The health and well being of your child is protected and their emotional well being is nurtured.

Your child will experience an environment where:

  • His/Her health is promoted
  • His/Her emotional well-being is nurtured;
  • He/She is kept safe from harm.


Your child and family will feel a sense of belonging.

Your child will experience an environment where:

  • Connecting links with the family and the wider world are affirmed and extended;
  • He/she knows that they have a place;
  • He/she feels comfortable with the routines, customs, and regular events;
  • He/she knows the limits and boundaries of acceptable behaviour.



Opportunities for learning are equitable, and your child’s contribution is valued.

Your child will experience an environment where:

  • He/She has equitable opportunities for learning, irrespective of gender, ability, age, ethnicity, or background;
  • He/She is affirmed as individuals;
  • He/She is encouraged to learn with and alongside others.


The languages and symbols of your child’s own and other cultures are promoted and protected.

Your child will experience an environment where:

  • He/She will develop non-verbal communication skills for a range of purposes;
  • He/She will develop verbal communication skills for a range of purposes;
  • He/She will experience the stories and symbols of their own and other cultures;
  • He/She will discover and develop different ways to be creative and expressive.




Your child will learn through active exploration of the environment.

You child will experience an environment where:

  • His/Her play is valued as meaningful learning and the importance of spontaneous play is recognised;
  • He/She gains confidence in and control of their bodies;
  • He/She learns strategies for active exploration, thinking, and reasoning;
  • He/She develops working theories for making sense of the natural, social, physical, and material worlds.








Program & Classes

  • 3 to 18 month
  • Penguin
  • Class
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  • Our Penguin room for under-two year olds is a safe haven for our youngest children who require responsive and trusting relationships with warm and nurturing teachers.  
  • In the Penguin room, our teachers are dedicated to creating a calm, safe and predictable environment where our youngest children can thrive and develop a sense of their own identity which is necessary for developing confidence and trust in the relationships they experience.
  • At Flying Star Daycare, we believe that our youngest children deserve a space that caters to the needs of each unique character, therefore we provide individualised programmes with a primary caregiver that can adjust to the rhythm of each child.  
  • At the end of each session, each child goes home with a daily record of the care they have received that day.  This routine highlights how our teachers in the Penguin room are absolutely devoted to forming a partnership with parents and family of each child, in order to create an environment where reciprocal and open communication is integral to the needs of their little ones.  We understand the importance of creating this kind of environment in order to ensure consistency and continuity of care between each child’s family and the teaching team.
  • 2 to 3 Year Old
  • Play Group
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    In the Play Group room, our toddlers get to spend their time thriving on opportunities and are encouraged to explore and make sense of the world around them.  Toddlers need a learning environment that caters to the needs of their energetic and on-the-move characteristics, therefore our teachers are committed to ensuring that the learning environment encourages active exploration and opportunities to develop their own unique working theories (i.e. making sense of happenings, objects and ideas). 

  • We are dedicated to supporting children in seeking social interaction and developing resilience – for eg, helping children to cope with change and challenges, and also supporting the transitional phases between each learning environment.

  • The Play Group room offers children a secure environment and programme that both provide challenges and predictable learning opportunities.  Our teachers are responsive and attuned to the spontaneity and pace of toddlers, and understand that they learn with their whole body, therefore, they are dedicated in providing learning opportunities that allow toddlers to try to do things for themselves.
  • The outdoor play area is shared with the children of the Play Group room, giving the younger children the chance to socialise and share learning experiences with the older children.
    At this age, toddlers may still need time to rest, so we offer a nap routine after the lunch routine to ensure our Play Group children can recharge the batteries!
  • 4 to 5 year old
  • Kindergarten
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    We offer children an environment that provides a richbank of fun and exciting experiences and resources which encourage the development of working theories and awareness of themselves as capable and competent learners.  Flying Star Daycare understand that children use their imaginations to explore, discover and make sense of the world around them.

  • The learning environment encourages opportunities for challenges, ventures and sustained projects based on the child’s interests, strengths and funds of knowledge.

    Our teachers are passionate about ensuring the learning environment encourages sustained conversations and complex thinking, leading to endless possibilities of meaning-making and discovery.

  • We believe that supporting a child in their resilience building is helping to support school readiness.
  • 4 years old and above
  • Primary
  • Note: Kindergarten and Primary Student are all in separate classes
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    Our School Age programme is rich in learning moments that evoke self-help skills and promote independence and autonomy.  Teachers are committed to supporting our oldest children through the final journey of their education before embarking on the momentous milestone of starting Junior High school, therefore we ensure a literacy and numeracy rich environment is integrated throughout the everyday routines and learning opportunities in both the indoor and outdoor areas. 

  • Our teachers understand the importance of physical coordination and development, and therefore ensure that there many ways that children can be active and nurture their physical development.  
  • Teachers are also very committed to supporting children in their journey of social competence, ensuring that they provide opportunities for children to establish and nurture friendships with their peers.

  •  These social interactions comes the ever important development of resilience, a learning disposition that children can build on to ensure that they learn to deal with disappointment, change, challenges and transitions.

Kelas & Jadwal




Contact Us

Telp: (021) 750 5492. Alamat: Jl. Manunggal Jaya No.30, Lebak Bulus, Jakarta Selatan