joey’s – Ages 2-3
Developing your child’s natural curiosity
The Joey and Possum Rooms are catered for children aged 6 weeks to 2 years. This room averages four infants and five toddlers a day.
Our small group allows educators to be responsive to the individual and varying needs of each child.
Our Educators are highly focused on introducing children to viable self-help skills and nurturing the emotional development of each child within this group.
Our service offers a nutritiously appropriate menu with opportunities for children to try new, wholesome foods. We offer breakfast, morning tea, afternoon tea and a late snack. Infants also have lunch provided for them and are supported as they learn to navigate new textures and flavours.
Our service offers a child-led program centred around each child’s ideas, interests, culture, strengths, knowledge and abilities.
Our Educator’s apply intentional teaching strategies to scaffold every child’s learning and development through holistic approaches and shared observation.
Children are encouraged to progress developmentally though hands on approaches to learning, whilst every child is included to participate in the Educational Program.
Parents are able to view their child’s progress in the program through our online app which is updated daily.
What are the Centres operating hours?
Are meals provided?
Our service offers a nutritiously appropriate menu with opportunities for children to try new, wholesome foods.
We offer breakfast, morning tea, afternoon tea and a late snack. Infants also have lunch provided for them and are supported as they learn to navigate new textures and flavours.
What do I need to bring?
A labelled bag including your child’s lunch; cot-sized bed sheets; water bottle; pillow; spare clothes and a hat.
Is it affordable?
Our daily fees are set competitively relative to other childcare centres in the area.
The Centre is registered to provide Child Care Subsidy (CCS) assistance to families. CCS is means tested and is available to eligible families..
Emma has a diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care as well as a Certificate in AUSLAN and Additional Needs Care. She has worked with children for almost 10 years and is passionate about supporting the individual needs of every child.
Emma believes in providing an inclusive environment by fostering supportive and nurturing relationships with both children and their families.
Emma is a big believer in viewing children as competent and capable learners, and she likes to support every child’s autonomy and ability to make decisions for themselves, even at an infancy age. She offers a nurturing approach to supporting development and cultivating peer interactions.
My name is Sonya. As an educator for the five years, I have helped foster Children’s development and milestones. This has given me the opportunity to embrace many positive relationships with all children and families. I understand that the design of the environment supports the wellbeing of all children, allowing them the freedom to access indoors and outdoors throughout the day.
I apply my knowledge of each child’s interests and individual needs to plan learning experiences, interactions and set up the physical environment to ensure all the children, including those with additional needs, to have equal and genuine opportunities to learn from interactions in play and all learning experiences. I believe all children have rights, which extends them to be heard and the right to participate in decisions that affect them.
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If the Hills Little Learners sounds like the right place for you, we would love to have you. To enrol, simply pop on down to the Centre for a tour and request an enrolment form to start the process.
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