Our adventure-filled playgrounds include a sandpit, slides and waterplay area to engage all the senses. Children are provided time and space for uninterrupted play as they explore the outdoors to test their limits and develop strength, balance, and self-confidence. Being outside supports children’s overall health and wellbeing.
We are passionate about healthy, fresh food. Children learn about our embedded sustainable practices shown throughout the centre. We grow edible plants which includes our home-grown passion fruit.
Our indoor environments invite exploration with quality resources and engaging learning experiences. Children wonder, create, and experiment their ideas as they play with a range of materials in purposeful play spaces. Our experienced educators plan play-based learning experiences around children’s interests and learning goals. Literacy and numeracy concepts are embedded in play-based learning, as children engage as architects, storytellers, scientists, artists, and designers.
Our centre kitchen is where it all happens. Nutritious meals and snacks prepared daily by our in-house cook, catering for all dietary requirements, so parents don’t have to worry about packing lunches. Shared mealtimes between children and educators strengthen relationships, with opportunities to share stories and experiences, and model healthy eating practices.
Your child will have access to a revolving schedule of specialised programs including sports, dance, and music to build a solid foundation in learning and skill development.
Children and educators enjoy venturing into our local Floreat community with excursions to nearby locations including the park, cafes and tennis court, library and coffee shops. We also welcome special guests and community members to the centre including the local vet, Bunnings and emergency services based on the children's interests.
Our Family Support Team are happy to chat through your child care needs. Call them today on 1800 517 086 to book a tour at our centre, meet our team of educators, and learn more about why these first five years are so important for your child’s development.