Rosemeadow Early Learning Centre is a family owned and operated centre that provides high quality early learning education for children from 6 weeks to 6 years of age. At Rosemeadow ELC we also provide before and after school care along with Vacation care for children up to 12 years of age. Our centre is open from 7am until 6pm Monday to Friday.
Our centre thrives on a dedicated team of early childhood educators who understand the importance of extending on children’s home-life experiences. Our spacious rooms with an abundance of resources create amazing learning environments for all children in our care.
For your convenience Rosemeadow ELC also provides nappies along with nutritious meals including breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and late snacks. Contact us for more information.
ENROL NOW to secure your position for 2019 and beyond . We have limited places at all locations, so book a tour today!
Contact your local Jenny’s Centre today to avoid disappointed.
Jennys Kindergarten & Early Learning Gregory Hills 024623 1913
Jenny's Kindergarten - Mount Annan 02 4647 2422
Jenny's Kindergarten - Narellan Vale 02 4647 2622
Pied Piper Kindergarten - Blair Athol & Pied Piper Kindergarten - Raby
Pied Piper Kindergarten is a family owned childcare service which has provided high quality childcare for children in Long Day Care, Before and After School Care and Vacation Care since 1995. Our vision to create a safe, clean and welcoming place where all parents should be proud to send their children. The two centres in Blair Athol and Raby open from 6:30 to 6:30, 50 weeks a year, catering for children ages 0-12. Each of our rooms is specially designed to ensure your child receives the best opportunities for learning and development.
Our Pied Piper team is made up of dedicated, enthusiastic and highly qualified educators who are committed to ensure your child is nurtured. This allows us to work together to create a rewarding early education and care experience for your children and your family. The utilisation of the Early Years Learning Framework enhances your child’s learning and education through their ideas, interests, strengths and abilities whilst they play.
We believe in building a community that values children, respects their rights and prepares them for the transition to school and readiness for life. Children meet important milestones and have loads of fun along the way at Pied Piper Kindergarten.
We would love the opportunity to show you around our centres, so feel free to pop in and say hello, or Enrol Now by contacting our friendly staff!
73-77 Thunderbolt Dr, Raby Phone: 9824 9680
37 Mt Erin Rd, Blair Athol Phone: 4620 9777
Macarthur Early Learning
Why Choose Macarthur Kids? Finding a new childcare centre for your child can be a daunting task. At Macarthur Kids our aim is to provide a secure and happy environment where children can develop their intellectual, social, emotional, physical and aesthetic skills to become competent and confident individuals.
We believe the best way to work with you and your child is by building a partnership of care, and making you feel welcomed, recognised, acknowledged and respected by all our staff.
Arrange a Tour today, there are limited places available.
What’s included in your fees:
- Nutritious balanced meals – Breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and late afternoon snacks.
- Care supplies such as nappies, wipes and sunscreen.
- Secure Entry to service, always greeted upon entry
- Access to our secure, electronic sign in and sign out system – Kiosk.
- Access to Childcarers App – your childs online learning portfolio.
The Centre Director Bernice, will be more than happy to show you around and answer all your questions
Learning Linksis excited to announce that we will be opening at SOMA Wellness in Gledswood Hills this June!
The new Learning Centre will offer our range of services to support children with learning difficulties and disabilities, including:
- Early intervention
- Educational support for literacy, numeracy, dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD and high functioning autism
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Psychological intervention
We also work closely with parents, teachers and education professionals.
Learning Links has over 45 years’ experience helping kids learn. Our mission is to provide children who have learning difficulties with the skills, services and family support to empower them to reach their full potential.
For more information on how we can support your child or to book an appointment call (02) 8525 8222 or visit www.learninglinks.org.au
B4 Big School
The school readiness program is currently running on Wednesdays- Thursdays and Fridays from 9:15 to 11:15am for children aged between 3.5 and 6years.
At B4 Big School- (Classes are managed by Ms Nadia Shmeissem- The Early Childhood Specialist Teacher- also teaching at the Primary Schools and at a Tertiary level- Education) The School Readiness Sessions include; Early Literacy and Numeracy interactive based activities. Embedded within our school readiness program is the Creative Arts, where several activities take place to support the social/emotional and creativity of the individual child. During the School Readiness sessions we use various resources to train and assist through the scaffolding process to ensure a smooth transition to kindergarten. Our tutoring classes run very similar to the kindergarten classroom environment as they consist of small group settings with 1-2 teachers and several other educators on site depending on the number of children/students attending.
The Primary School Tutoring classes are held on Monday’s from 5:00pm to 6:30pm and Saturday mornings. We specialise in the early years- Kindy to Year 4 ages between 4.5 to 10.5years- we focus on several Strands of Mathematics and Reading, writing and spelling.
Please contact us for an orientation visit and get the whole picture about what our program has to offer your child- to ensure your child is well prepared for kindergarten. As you may know, children not only require support in the preparation for Kindy- academically but we need to also support their overall well being, by allowing them to feel a sense of comfort - to stay strong and know they can do anything if they try! Again....as we all know children need a little more than academic achievements to survive the big world. Here at B4 Big School, we offer this!!
Please don't hesitate to checkout our Google reviews to gain feedback from other parents who have already tried our services.
Please visit www.b4bigschool.com.au for further information about B4 Big School - The School Readiness Specialists or contact Nadia on 0401 683 026.
We are located in Campbelltown only 6 mins walk from the Station.
Frontrunner Learning Centres
" I can't do this... I am just too dumb!"
If your child is struggling at school in Maths, Reading, Writing or Homework we can help you.
Life-changing Tutoring Solutions. We focus on your child's motivation, confidence, anxiety, freeing them from the fear of failure, encouraging them to do their best and never give up and helping them to find the love of learning.
Book your free educational assessment with us. Over 21 years helping children get in front stay in front. www.frontrunnerlearningcentres.com.au
or 1300 851 065
Introducing Body Safety & Protective Behaviours – Top Tips for Parents
With around 1 in 5 children being sexually abused before their 18th birthday, it is extremely important that every parent/carer sits down with their child to discuss protective behaviours with their young children. However, most parents feel ill-equipped to do so and are still in the dark about the reality of childhood sexual abuse. Michelle Derrig, child protection advocate and author of protective behaviours picture book ‘Only For Me’ shares her top tips below:
Understand the statistics
Before introducing the topic, it is essential that you understand the reality of childhood sexual abuse. According to the Australian Criminology’s website almost 90% of victims will actually be abused by someone they know and in approximately half of these cases the child will be abused by a family member. The other key point to understand, is that not all childhood sexual abuse is perpetrated by adults, with Bravehearts now quoting that ‘somewhere between 30 to 60% of childhood abuse is perpetrated by another child or young person’. This means that abuse often occurs outside the typical environment you imagine –it could be while children are playing with their peers, on a playdate, at a park, or even whilst at school or their childcare centre.
Provide specific information
To shift the power away from perpetrators, it is important that you don’t just speak in general terms. Instead provide children with specific examples of inappropriate behaviours. For instance:
- Teach children that it is wrong for anyone to take a photograph of their private parts or show them any images of private parts on any sort of device.
- Teach children that it doesn’t matter if someone tells them that it’s a game, rewards them, or gives them treats or gifts – it is still not ok.
- Highlight that these rules apply no matter the person’s age, gender, status in the community, or their relationship to the child i.e. friend, family or stranger.
- Empower them with the knowledge that they can say ‘no’ at any point that someone’s touch doesn’t feel right - including kissing, stroking, cuddling, snuggling or tickling.
- Help children to understand the physical cues which may indicate that they’re feeling uncomfortable. i.e. sweaty palms, butterflies in their tummy, feeling sick.
- Identify that abusive behaviour is never a secret, even if someone threatens them, or if they think they are to blame;
- Remind children that no matter what, abusive behaviour is never their fault and that they won’t be in trouble.
Practice responding to unsafe situations
Initially, get the children to practice saying ‘no’ in a loud voice; for those aged 3+, also get them to practice a sentence like ‘don’t do that – I don’t like it’. If dealing with older school aged children, you should also provide them with an alternate method to extricate themselves from a situation e.g. saying that they need to go to the toilet, or they think they can hear mum calling.
Develop their network of trust
Help children identify five trusted adults that they could go to, if they were ever worried, or if someone did the wrong thing. Reinforce that nothing is ever so awful that they can’t tell someone about it; and that if they did tell someone and the adult didn’t help them, then they must keep on telling until someone does.
For further information about having protective behaviour conversations with young children, or to learn about Michelle’s Parent Workshops, you can visit www.onlyforme.com.au