Our Programs

A home away from home

Program overview

By admin - 13 February 2018
Our curriculum and practices respects the three premises of the framework which are:

Belonging – to my family, friends and the community; this concept shapes who children are and who they can become

Being – a time to be, to seek and make meaning of the world

Becoming – Children’s identities, knowledge, understandings, capacities, skills and relationships change as children learn and grow and allow children to fully participate in society

All our educators are qualified with a certificate III or a diploma in early childhood education and care. They are also trained in first Aid, Asthma and Anaphylaxis management.

Extra –Curricular activities

To enrich and enhance our program, we also offer weekly music and sport sessions by outside teachers.

Our Other Programs

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FAQs

Answers to some frequently asked Questions


  • What do I need to bring?

    Change of clothes; Cot sheet and blanket; Dummy and child’s comforter; Required formula; 2 fruits; A family photo

  • What does the centre provide?

    Innovative and stimulating programs; Nutritious meals; Nappies; All extra-curricular activities; Sunscreen; Sunhats

  • What are your opening hours?

    We are open 48 weeks a year as well as 1 or 2 week holiday program

    Monday – Thursday: 7.30am – 6pm

    Friday: 7.30am – 4/4.30pm

    We are open on all Public Holidays and closed on Jewish Holidays

  • Are staff qualified?

    To ensure the highest standards of care, we pay the utmost attention to employing qualified and experienced staff.

    Our staff are dedicated early childhood professionals, holding current WWC and certification in early childhood, first aid, anaphylaxis, safeguarding children, food safety and relevant qualification certificates.