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The Lakes College Before and After School Care is please to announce our June-July 2022 Vacation Care program.
Our centre entrance at Hows Road has been completely blocked as a result of civil works. Here's some helpful instructions to make sure you find us.
Enoggera Child Care and Kindergarten Artwork Exhibition
Our family day care educators and children have been busy making Christmas decorations for our tree at the "Christmas on Mary" festival.
We have had a wonderful 2 weeks of parties at play session.
Learning how to use scissors plays an important role in developing fine motor skills. An important milestone we aim to develop in the kindergarten space before our children transition to primary school.
Educators respond to the children’s mood and temperaments throughout the day rather than using the clock, allowing the routine to flow in an unhurried and calm manner.
We recognise drawing as an important medium through which children find creative ways to communicate, express ideas and develop their fine motor skills.
Children learn through the movement and sensation of their bodies in three-dimensional space and are always looking for new ways to challenge themselves.
Nature and outdoor play in a kindergarten setting
We setup our environments to encourage children to build and design to their own imagination.
Tiny Town Child Care Centre and Kindergarten extends opening times to 51 weeks of the year.
Language and literacy are a part of daily life, being meaningfully embedded into the environment and curriculum.
Our small child care and kindergarten allows siblings of different ages to play together, thereby maintaining familial connections, and offering additional learning benefits.
Art is an important part of early childhood development as it is a fun way to express ideas, the confidence and enjoyment that stems from purposeful visual art activities.
At Jahjumbeen Kindergarten and Child Care Centre we thought about ways to facilitate the process of staying connected for our children, and one of the ideas we came up with was letters.
The Gap Kindergarten and Child Care Centre has a team of dedicated childcare professionals who provide opportunities to children and families to learn more about Australia’s rich culture.
To mark reconciliation week, to promote unity and mutual respect, and to provide an opportunity for the children to learn about our shared histories and cultures, Jahjumbeen Kindergarten and Child Care Centre engaged in a group art project around this year’s theme ‘In this together’.
Paula Leigh Family Day Care was announced as the Regional Winner for Brisbane South in the 2019 Excellence in Family Day Care Awards.
A rewarding way you can build on the language and verbal skills your child is developing at Tiny Town, and enrich your own family experience is through sharing meals together.
Building cubbies, make-believe, dressing up - while it might just look like fun and games, play is actually crucial for your child’s development.
National Family Day Care Week is the perfect opportunity to check in with our Family Day Care educators and see the wonderful work they are doing caring for children in their homes.
Tiny Town is participating in a UQ study investigating parents’ perceptions about parenting and programs available for them.
Today we were presented with new flags by our local federal and state MP's who spoke with children, staff and visiting family about the the meaning and significance of our flags.
The Gap Child Care Centre have been collaborating with an artist in residence, Uncle Rion Savage. A proud Torres Strait and Aboriginal man, who has taught the children many songs, dances, arts and crafts.
Work started this week on our new playground at Tiny Town. Our new playground will feature a water course, mud pit and yarning circle, as well as new climbing challenges for our children.
Uniting Education Family Day Care has received multiple nods in this year's Excellence in Family Day Care Awards - including a nomination for 'Service of the Year' and a national finalist position in the 'Educators' category for Tracey Brock, Uniting Education Family Day Care Educator.
Recently we’ve introduced services to the Sunshine Coast, making child care options even easier for mums and dads who cannot access mainstream childcare services due to their circumstances.
In 2014, Toowong Child Care Centre started a program for deaf and hearing impaired children in partnership with The Yeerongpilly Early Childhood Development Program (YECDP).
Congratulations to Anna Chaddock, who recently celebrated 25 years as a Family Day Care Educator with Uniting Education Queensland.