Our long day care encourages children to explore and care for the environment, develop everyday sustainable practices, learn new skills and connect with each other in our spacious, stimulating centre.
Our long day care encourages children from infants to primary school age to explore and care for the environment, develop everyday sustainable practices, learn new skills and connect with each other in our spacious, stimulating centre.
At our long day care, children learn about the world around them and how to care for it by discovering the importance of environmentally-friendly practices in everyday life. Our play areas and toys are made from sustainable and recyclable materials. Families are encouraged to donate plants and play items to give children a sense of comfort in recognising something from home.
Our Scots Early Learning Melville Street promotes strong relationships with the environment through features including:
We create incredible experiences for children to learn about themselves, other people and the community around them. With local excursions and workshops covering a range of stimulating topics and activities, children have countless opportunities to open their minds to new and exciting people, places, and ideas.
Our sustainability initiatives include:
We offer exciting excursions to natural and community locations including:
We invite inspiring individuals and experts to the centre to educate children about:
We also participate in our local council’s Art of the City program.
We take a wholesome approach to lunchtime. Our food is prepared on site from homegrown ingredients so that all children can enjoy a healthy, balanced diet full of variety and flavour.
To ensure healthy bodies and minds:
Teaching the importance of family and community is at the centre of everything we do at Scots Early Learning Melville Street. We actively support partnerships with families to help the children develop a sense of belonging and connectivity which aids in their social and emotional development.
Parents and families can get involved when:
We regularly engage with various people, groups and services in our community including:
We are a diverse long day care service that celebrates the vibrant cultures of our community. Families at our early learning centre come from many different cultures and backgrounds. Our staff speak a range of languages including Chinese, Cantonese, Mandarin, Indian and Spanish.
English is our primary language for written and spoken communication with parents and families. We can have all forms of communication translated for families who speak languages other than English. To make things easier we:
Our educators are equipped with the skills to provide safe and nurturing environments to all children. They are experienced in working with children who live with a range of physical and intellectual disabilities.
We work closely with Uniting Church staff trained in children's trauma as well as Kindergarten Inclusion Support and Safe Child Support services.
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