FAQ

Why should I send my child to your Centre?

Our Centre has been established for more than 20 years and was established by an Early Childhood Teacher with 20 years experience. The philosophy of the Centre is the core to our existence. We see successful early childhood education based on a healthy and respectful relationship between teacher and child. We see ourselves as an extension of every family that attends our Centre. We work in partnership with families to ensure children receive the best start to their lives. We only employ teachers and early childhood assistants who are prepared to put children in their care first. They are expected to be be aware of contemporary teaching methods and be able to bring out the best and challenge the young minds and bodies in their care.  We are open from 6.30 am to 6.30 pm for your convenience. We also provide nutritious meals and snacks as well as nappies to take the morning stress out of the home.

Is your Centre Licensed?

Our Centre is licenced by The Office for Early Childhood Education and Care, Department of Education and Training.

Has your centre been assessed under the National Quality Framework?

We have recently been assessed and are currently waiting for our Rating.

How much does it cost to send my child to day care?

The cost of childcare will vary for child and family. Child Care Subsidy is a Federal Government assistance scheme that is means tested. Centrelink can provide you with the percentage they will pay towards your child care fees. Fees vary greatly between centres. We offer some of the cheapest fees within the country. Contact Centrelink for more information.

How do I enrole my child?

Contact our Director, Melissa on 07 38553611 or email [email protected]  and arrange an appointment to inspect the Centre. Alternatively we can post/email an enrolment form to you.

What do I need to bring each day?

We supply all meals and snacks a well as sunscreen and tissues, All you need is a hat, drink bottle, spare sheet for rest time and a change of clothes. Toddlers need to provide nappies as well.

Is the Centre close to public transport?

Enoggera Early Education is 100 metres from Gaythorne railway station. If you work in the city or nearby you can leave you vehicle at the centre and catch the train.

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