Scots Early Learning Campbell Street provides a safe, welcoming, and mentally stimulating environment within Campbell Street Primary School grounds.
We offer school readiness long day care services for children aged 3-4, and long day care, out of school hours care, and vacation care for children up to 6 years of age. With a strong focus on preparing them for the primary school transition, we involve your children in hands-on learning experiences tailored to their age and individual needs to allow them to reach their full potential.
We use the Reggio Emilia approach that honours children as strong, competent and capable citizens who are full of wonder and curiosity to learn.
Children have a natural drive that makes them want to understand and know about the world around them and how this world relates to them. Capable of creating their own ways of learning through play, children explore a variety of hands-on-learning experiences at our early learning centre.
We create the spaces that allow children to fulfil this potential through play-based activities that are shaped for each child’s needs and level of development. Children are given time to learn, explore, and then return to a focus of interest as needed.
It is an approach based on listening rather than talking; where doubt and amazement are welcome factors along with inquiry.
Our spacious and engaging outdoor areas provide boundless opportunities for play-based activities that encourage the physical and social development of children. All equipment and natural features are safe, and our recycling area helps to plant the seed of environmental awareness and sustainability.
Our early learning centre features:
Children enjoy learning from a combination of organised play-based activities and programs and are also encouraged to pursue their own interests in our well-equipped spaces. We often engage with community members and organisations to support our topics of learning, such as sustainable practises, with real-world examples.
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We enjoy excursions:
We enjoy visits and guest speakers who educate and entertain us such as:
We focus on empowering children to make healthy choices by offering lessons on nutrition, food safety, and cuisines from other cultures. Children are involved in the growth and preparation of our home-grown produce to encourage sustainable living and are encouraged to put healthy eating habits into practice during break times.
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Scots Early Learning values family and community. We actively promote and encourage partnerships with families as this creates a special sense of belonging that is essential to the learning environment of our children. We regularly engage with community members and groups to broaden their understanding of the world.
Parents and families are invited to participate in:
We regularly engage with many different people, groups and services within our community including:
We can have all forms of communication translated for families who speak languages other than English.
Our educators are experienced in working with children who live with a range of physical and intellectual disability or have experienced challenges and trauma.
For interest in long day care for the remainder of 2019 and for 2020, please complete the Uniting registration form.
We will be back in contact with you within a few days to discuss your care needs.
For more information or if you’d like to arrange a visit, please Get in touch or call us on 03 6234 2018.
Fill out an expression of interest form to find out moreRegister your interest