Willow Tree Kindergartenis a 28 place long day care service in Rosemeadow. We cater for children aged 2 - 5 years. We also have before and after school services available for children attending Rosemeadow public school.
Our hours of operation are 7am - 6pm Monday to Friday, 50 weeks per year ( closing 2 weeks at Christmas). All meals, beverages, hats & sunscreen are provided. We also cater for children with a disability and who have additional needs. Contact us for 2019 enrolment information.
Pied Piper Kindergarten - Blair Athol & Pied Piper Kindergarten - Raby
Get in Quick Pied Piper are almost full” Open from 6.30am – 6.30pm all meals included. Fabulous facilities and staff come and visit our lovely centres at Raby and Blair Athol.
Are you looking for quality child care in a safe and friendly environment, with large open beautiful outdoor play areas? Child Care that offers age appropriate programs including school readiness, by qualified, experienced, mature staff?
Pied Piper Kindergarten’s are family owned since 1995. Pied Piper Kindergarten offers Long Day Care for 0-5 years olds, and Before & After School Care and Vacation Care for primary school aged children.
Centre opening hours are 6.30am – 6.30pm.
Pied Piper Kindergarten is taking enrolments for 2019
Don’t miss out enrol today www.piedpiperkindergarten.com.au
or call us at Raby 9824 9680 at Blair Athol 4620 9777.
Jennys Kindergarten & Early Learning Gregory Hills
We are now taking ENROLMENTS for 2019. Positions are filling up fast, call now so you don’t miss out and be disappointed. Book a tour today and dont miss out on securing your children a spot!! We have highly qualified Educators who put education first and foremost! www.jennyskindy.com.au
Nana's Weighted Blankets
Ask yourself, how long since you got to sleep peacefully through the night?
What is a good night's rest worth, for you and your child?
Our blankets are nontoxic, hypoallergenic and fully machine washable.
We are so convinced our blankets will help you sleep naturally, that we offer a 100% money back Guarantee.
- Weighted Blankets
- Weighted Toys
- Weighted Vests
- Zippy Sheets
- Sensory tools and much more!
Contact us to see our full range www.nanasweightedblankets.com.au
First Aid For You We would love to let the centres to know we have launched First Aid For You TV - were KIDS teach KIDS the importance of first aid. Our first episode is on Basic CPR and we hope this will be a great way for our 'First Aid Super Heroes' to remember the skills they have been taught please WATCH and SHARE at - https://youtu.be/Opfuyz0aHWA
Visit our website to book your incursion for our First Aid For 'PreSchool' Kids Workshop For only $10/ child they will learn the important skills that could save a life.
Australian Music Schools Fantastic music classes for 2 year olds to adults!
Enrolling now for term 1 www.australianmusicschools.com.au
Sensory Tools Australia The Traffic Jam In My Brain. Live Workshop 2019 REGISTER HERE
A Sensory Processing Approach to Challenges Associated with Autism, ADHD, Learning and Behavioural Differences.
Presented by international speaker and songwriter Genevieve Jereb O.T., "The Traffic Jam In My Brain” is a fun, informative and interactive seminar designed for parents, therapists and other professionals. You will gain understanding of the basics of sensory processing and learn "ready-to-use" strategies to support learning, attention, social and emotional relationships and behaviour in children.
This workshop gives you a set of dynamic, practical tools incorporating:
• Play & Movement
Who Should Attend? Parents, Educators, Care Givers, Pre-School Teachers, Child Care Workers, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Physical Therapists, Physicians, Paediatricians and other Professionals who work with children
Group Discounts Apply 5 or more participants 10% . 10 or more Participants 20% off Please email
Early Bird Rate $219 (Up to one month before your conference) Full Rate $245
Learning Links works in collaboration with schools, early childhood settings and parents to support children with learning disabilities and difficulties. Our vision is to provide children and young people who have difficulties learning with the skills, services and family support that enable them to reach their full potential. Our specialist professionals work with children to address concerns with speech, language and communication, fine and gross motor development, literacy and numeracy, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, social skills and behaviour, developmental delay, ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia and dysgraphia, high functioning autism and sensory processing disorders. We understand that every child is unique with different strengths and difficulties and that each family has their own set of challenges and goals. We tailor the best possible program for each child and offer families access to a caring and committed team of highly qualified experts across therapy, educational support and psychology. NDIS registered provider. Call us to find out how we can help support your child on 8525 8222 or visit www.learninglinks.org.au
1. Slip on sun protective clothing
Choose clothing that:
- covers as much skin as possible eg. shirts with long sleeves and high necks/collars
- is made from close weave materials such as cotton, polyester/cotton and linen
- if used for swimming, is made from materials such as lycra, which stays sun protective when wet
2. Slop on SPF 30+ sunscreen
Make sure your sunscreen is broad spectrum and water-resistant. Don’t use sunscreen to increase the amount of time you spend in the sun and always use with other forms of protection too. Apply sunscreen liberally to clean, dry skin at least 20 minutes before you go outside and reapply every two hours.
3. Slap on a hat
A broad-brimmed, legionnaire or bucket style hat provides good protection for the face, nose, neck and ears, which are common sites for skin cancers. Caps and visors do not provide enough protection. Choose a hat made with closely woven fabric – if you can see through it, UV radiation will get through. Hats may not protect you from reflected UV radiation, so also wear sunglasses and sunscreen.
4. Seek shade
Staying in the shade is an effective way to reduce sun exposure. Use trees or built shade structures, or bring your own! Whatever you use for shade, make sure it casts a dark shadow and use other protection (such as clothing, hats, sunglasses and sunscreen) to avoid reflected UV radiation from nearby surfaces.
5. Slide on some sunglasses
Sunglasses and a broad-brimmed hat worn together can reduce UV radiation exposure to the eyes by up to 98 per cent. Sunglasses should be worn outside during daylight hours. Choose close-fitting wrap-around sunglasses that meet the Australian Standard AS 1067. Sunglasses are as important for children as they are for adults.
Be UV aware
Be extra cautious in the middle of the day when UV levels are most intense.
The UV Index tells you the time period in which you need to be SunSmart. It is on the weather page of most daily newspapers and on the Bureau of Meteorology website: www.bom.gov.au/weather/uv
Check skin regularly and see a doctor if you notice any unusual skin changes. If you have a lesion that doesn’t heal, or a mole that has suddenly appeared, changed in size, thickness, shape, colour or has started to bleed, see your doctor immediately. Treatment is more likely to be successful if skin cancer is discovered early.
For further information, go to www.cancercouncil.com.au.