Learning and care

As a parent or carer of a young child, you are the main influence on your child’s development. Early childhood learning and care services exist to help you with this important role.

Learning and care services offered by Children’s Centres operate under the National Quality Framework (NQF). The NQF aims to raise the quality of services across Australia through its National Quality Standard. The standard includes the Early Years Learning Framework, a curriculum framework to guide staff in developing quality learning and care programs for children.


At our centre we offer the following services:

Occasional Care

Children aged three months to 4 years.

Preschool

For eligible 4 year olds.

School Transition

During your child’s last term in preschool, you will be informed about orientation visits to the school he/she will be attending. We will support your child with this transition.

Occasional Care

Children aged three months to 4 years.

 


 

All Children’s Centres offer a range of services:

Occasional Care is short term child care for babies, toddlers and children under 4 years. Care is available for up to one session per week, depending on availability.

 

 

Preschool provides 15 hours of universal access to preschool for children 4 years of age. Aboriginal children and children under the guardianship of the Minister are able to attend sessional preschool from 3 years of age. Preschool programs are play-based educational programs designed and delivered by qualified teachers using the national curriculum framework.

 

 

Playgroup provides an interactive and fun opportunity for children and parents to play and learn together. Playgroups are usually supported by an early childhood professional to provide support, information and advice regarding children’s health, learning and development.

 

 

Related information

Information about all Children’s Centres.


Last updated: September 12, 2018 at 13:00 pm

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