Kids' Early Learning Quakers Hill North Preschool

Centre Features

Kids' Early Learning Quakers Hill North Preschool offers quality care and early education for children between the age of 3-6 years.


  • Exceeding National Quality Standards rating
  • Outdoor learning provides a large space to explore and learn with a range of natural and manmade elements
  • Multiple bus stops outside of preschool
  • Located next to Barnier Public School and down the road from Mary Immaculate Primary School
  • Play-based educational programs, 'Ready for Life' and 'Ready for School' are taught at the service, which have been endorsed by professionals in the early childhood sector. They also reflect the Early Years Learning Framework and My Time, Our Place Framework, and complement the National Quality Standards
  • A part of the Munch & Move program
  • Programs activities and learning experiences are individualised to suit each child's interests, stage of development and social skills, with collaborative involvement and feedback between families and educators
  • In partnership with Dalmarri to enhance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Learnings
  • Storypark communication app platform is offered to families with tailored one-on-one feedback and photos about your child
  • Strong community links, with excursions and incursions offered, such as centre visits by education officers from local Animal Holding Facility
  • Owned and operated by Blacktown City Council

Meet the Director

 GailHi I'm Gail he centre director for Kids' Early Learning Quakers Hill North Preschool It has been my absolute pleasure to have worked for Quakers Hill North Preschool for the past 10 years. I worked in the child care field for 14 years as I have a deep desire to work with children and their families to make and to make a difference to the lives of others. 

In 2015, I completed my Master of Educational Leadership at Macquarie University, this provided an avenue to teach Higher Educational TAFE at Nirimba (their early childhood degree course). My own professional philosophy for early childhood education and care could be summed up in a collection of a few words; relationships, community, family, collaboration, partnership, health and happiness.


Our purpose at Kids' Early Learning is to provide our community’s children with the best learning and social experience for school and life.

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. 

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