Three Government funded Kindergarten programs run by Bachelor Qualified, registered Teachers. Our Kindergarten Program includes: raw art lesson, interactive white board, Bachelor trained teachers and Mandarin lessons.
Educational Programs developed and implemented by qualified Early Childhood Educators.
Nutritious hot and cold meals – made fresh on site by a qualified chef.
All the essentials
The essentials including: Nappies (0 to 3 years).
Extra Curricular Activities
Tee’s Twinkle Toes Fitness
Tennis & Tee’s Twinkle Toes Fitness
Happy Feet & Billies Buddies
Ginger Sports – Soccer
Calendar of Events
1st New Year’s Day – centre closed
24th – Official change of new rooms for all children.
26th – Australia Day/Mourning Day – Centre closed.
31st – Parent information night – held at the centre a night to meet your child’s teachers and learn about the centre.
1stChinese New Year
3rd – Hearing awareness week
17th – National close the gap day – for all Australians to come together and commit to achieving health and equity for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
21st Harmony Day – everyone to wear orange. United Nations Day for elimination of Racial discrimination/day to celebrate Australia’s multicultural society.
Henny Penny Program – Date TBA
2ndGo blue for Autism – dress in blue – Awareness Day in recognition of people with Autism and those who love and support them.
15th Good Friday – centre closed
18th Easter Monday – Centre Closed.
25th Anzac Day – Centre closed – a day to commemorate those who fought and died to protect our country.
2nd Labour Day – Centre Closed
8th Mother’s Day – function TBA
13th Anniversary of the national Apology – Day in 2008 Kevin Rudd made a formal apology.
26th to 30th – Food allergy week – Raise awareness of the impact allergies have in our community.
27th to 3rd June – National reconciliation week – A time to reflect on achievements so far and things which must be done to achieve reconciliation. It’s a week to share histories, cultures and achievements and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.
5th World environment day – United nations day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action to protect the environment.
3rd to 10th – NAIDOC week – increased awareness in the wider community of the status and treatment of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Australians.
29th – School tree day – call to action to get our hands dirty and given back to the environment.
9th – International Day of Worlds Indigenous people. To promote and protect the rights of the worlds indigenous people.
10thEKKA show day Centre closed
4th National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day
20th to 26th Children’s book week – dress up all week around theme “dreaming with eyes open”
1st Indigenous literacy day – a day to promote and improve the lives and opportunities of Indigenous Australian living in remote areas.
4th Father’s Day function TBA
7th Early Educators Day – a day to thank and support all educators for their hard work and dedication to educating young Australians.
8th National R U OK day – Awareness of mental health.
5th to 11th Child protection week – Awareness of child abuse prevention.
20th to 25th Recycling week – a week to recycle more and promote life long sustainable skills.
28th – Day for Daniel event TBA – everyone to wear red.
6th Cerebral palsy day – to celebrate and affirm the lives of 17 million people living with curable palsy.
30th Grandparents Day – to show and share the bond between children and grandparents.
24thDiwali celebrations – Festival of lights, celebrated by Hindus, Jains and Sikhs. Last for 5 days during the Hindu lunisolar month Kartika.
11th Remembrance Day – Remembrance Day is a Memorial Day to honour armed forces members who have died in the line of duty.