We value our relationships with our Families
Facebook has proven to be our best form of communication, we only accept current families to the page. On our Facebook page we include any correspondence to families, our calendar of events, and about your child’s day including photos and what meals they have eaten during the day. Within your child’s room the Educators will also have communication books for you to leave messages along your child’s portfolios documenting your child’s learning journey.
Our daily fees are:
Weekly daily fees are:
Whilst your child is in care with us, we provide meals including; morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. We also supply a hat, nappies and sunscreen.
We use Debit Success. Fees are deducted from your nominated bank account each Friday and you are required to be 1 week in advance. You are required to pay for Public Holidays and Absences.
Each day you should bring a back pack for your child with the following:
Please ensure that all items are labelled with your child’s name.
You can claim for your subsidy through Centrelink. Your family’s level of Child Care Subsidy is determined using the following factors:
The Childcare Subsidy will be paid directly to your service provider and will be passed onto you as your fee reduction. To qualify for the Childcare Subsidy:
Our service engages with KU Inclusion support. We have regular visits and receive ideas and strategies to use to assist children. We are also able to receive funding to provide support workers to assist children to participate in the care environment.
Our Centres operating hours are Monday to Friday 6:15am – 6:15pm. We are open 52 weeks of the year only closing for Public Holidays.
On enrolment we encourage our families to come for stay and plays. This gives you the opportunity to get to know the educators who will be taking care of your children. Educators will use this time to be able to talk about children’s routines, likes, dislikes and interests. Our educators enjoy having you in their rooms to get to know you and your family.
Each Educator uses the Early Years Learning Framework as a foundation for their teaching. In our Kindergarten program the Teacher used the Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guidelines.
We welcome parent involvement within our service and maintain an open door policy. Educators appreciate parents providing feedback into their planning as this ensures that we are able to meet the same goals for your children. It is nice to be able to share photos and stories about your holidays as we can incorporate this into our experiences along with your children being able to tell their friends about their time away.
Throughout the year we also hold several events that we encourage parents, grandparents and any other special person to come along to and spend time engaging with your children during these celebrations.
Within our service we also engage with KU Inclusion support to allow us to provide for children with additional needs.
After completing our Rating And Assessment in 2018 we were rated with Meeting the National Quality Standards.