Across 21 Centres throughout Blacktown and surrounding suburbs, long day care caters for children aged 6 weeks to 6 years with up to 11 hours of care per day.
We provide the primary nurturing care babies and toddlers need. Talking, playing, singing, reading, listening, moving, feeding, watching and touching are just a few of the many ways we nurture communication, physical development, social and emotional development skills to help provide the best start to learning.
Our Ready for School and Ready for Life programs, help prepare children with communication and language, physical development, personal and social and emotional skills they need to be confident, self-assured and independent children.
The program’s curriculum provides every child with an individualised program to suit their unique interests, stage of development and social skills. We believe that this program is a joint effort between the Centre and parents and or caregiver and we promote an environment that allows for interaction and communication.
Our Centres employ Early Childhood Teachers, Childcare Aides, Assistants and Cooks who are qualified and subject to ongoing training throughout their employment at Kids Early Learning.
Our Centres provide all meals, including breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, and evening snack. Children with allergies and special diets are also catered for with information provided by the parent and or caregiver.
Ready for School and Life Programs
We want our community’s children to have the best start to life and our Ready for School and Ready for Life programs help prepare your child to leave our care with the confidence and skills to meet the challenges of school and life.
The programs are underpinned by the Australian Government’s National Quality Framework (NQF) and offer a clear and easy to understand program that focuses on the things that matter most:
- Communication and language;
- Physical development;
- Personal, social and emotional development.
These areas are particularly important in developing a child’s curiosity and enthusiasm for learning and for building their ability to form relationships and develop basic life skills.