Jack and Jill Kindergarten in Mona Vale Sydney, acknowledges the unique and important journey of life that is uniquely early childhood. Jack and Jill is a small, quality centre based in Sydney, licensed for 52 children aged 18months to five. We have three groups, Junior Joeys aged 2-3 and Senior Joeys aged 3-4, and Koalas children aged 4-5. Our staffing ratios exceed the national requirements.
The Early Years Learning Framework is reflected throughout our days and it is our desire to help children discover the joy of learning through active hands on investigation.
Explore & Develop Brookvale
This is our small world play invitation to welcome Children this month.
Grimm’s make distinctive natural wooden toys that are well renowned in Europe and used extensively by speech therapists and occupational therapists. Specifically designed and developed to promote sensory perception
Small spaces allow me personally to showcase imagination, beauty and holistic learning through beautiful resources which I am extremely passionate about.
If you are looking for a service that caters to the individual needs of your child please call us on 9939 8336 and arrange a tour.
Australian Music Schools ‘It’s amazing what can happen when you start for the fun of it!’
AMS is the home of fantastic music classes with fabulous results. Learn to sing, play, read & create music – classes for all ages from 2 year olds to adults. Quality music education by professionals in a fun environment.
Exams, Eisteddfods, Concerts & Camps. Locations across Sydney, more details Visit www.australianmusicschools.com.au
Kindyhub is secure web-based software enabling educators to simplify and streamline documentation and enhance communication with parents, in-turn improving children’s learning outcomes.
We customise the platform to suit individual centre requirements, we assist with building your own report library and daily record charts. Kindyhub also offers pre-formatted documents for those centres who require a quick and easy layout. Why not add your centres key learning outcomes and philosophies, which will be available to link into the features of Kindyhub.
Kindyhub has the ability to integrate with other best of breed platforms, including Parent TV, The Phenoxic Cups, MiStaffing, System 7, Munch & Move KindyNow, CCS Platforms and any other third party application you require your educators to access.
Kindyhub offers all centres the option to have your own custom app! Maintain your centres brand across everything you do, including the Parent App. This app can also act as an additional marketing tool for your centre, we can link in third party apps to unify the parent experience.
All data is secure and ensures the protection of information. Kindyhub complies with the legislation in regards to all data that must be stored on Australian services. Contact us for more information.
Want a FREE Gibson Gorilla Educator Pack? HOW? WE HEAR YOU ASK
EASY - Bring your sister centre/s across to Kindyhub OR refer a friend to receive a Gibson Gorilla Pack for your centre and the referral centre.
We understand there are many services who use different documentation and communication platforms across centres that are under the one brand.
Why not make your process more streamlined and efficient. Having all your services with Kindyhub will allow your Operations Managers to view all centre details, providing support to your educators and families.
For more information please contact Kindyhub on 02 8916 7421 or email@example.com * Conditions Apply
Let's Play Daycare Belrose is ENROLLING NOW for 2020!
A play-based centre with a very homelike feel and natural surroundings and resources.
Call us today to book a tour or visit our pages for more information!
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We are proud to announce that St Faiths Gumnut Kindergarten has again been selected as a finalist in the Excellence in Early Childhood Education Awards. As a team we have been recognised for displaying inspiring dedication, a great sense of energy, creativity and community.
The five categories that we are finalists for are;
Team Excellence Award - Metropolitan Small Service
Small Community Metropolitan Service
Educational Program Excellence - Metropolitan Service
Children's Wellbeing and Health Program Excellence
Excellence in Training and Development.
As a finalist our service has been identified as a potential winner for the above awards, from the large number of entries received in the 2019 program - which we see is as a significant achievement in itself.
As always the staff are thankful for the children and families that make Gumnut the wonderful place that it is and for their encouragement and support. Contact us for more information.
Child car safety starts with properly fitting appropriate child seats and ensuring they are used correctly. It can also help to keep children happy and entertained so that you can focus on driving.
Driving with children Children aged 0 to 7 years must travel in a safely fastened child restraints. The right car seat or booster seat for your child depends on how old and how big he is:
Rearward facing (child faces the rear of the car) - use from birth and up to 6 months, with a built-in 5 or 6 point harness. Type A in the Australian Standard.
Forward facing (child faces the front of the car) - use when the child has outgrown the rear facing restraint up until at least 4 years of age, with a built-in 5 or 6 point harness. Type B in the Australian Standard.
Note: Forward facing restraints, Type B, fits most children up to at least 4 years of age. However, a new forward-facing restraint with an inbuilt harness, Type G, can be used up to approximately 8 years of age.
Booster seat - for children who have outgrown their forward facing restraint up to at least 8-10 years of age, to position the lap and sash belts safely. Type E, F in the Australian Standard.
Note: Booster cushions are boosters without the back and side wings that protect the child's head. They are being phased out, except for those built into cars.
Lap sash seatbelt - a seatbelt that has one part that goes across the lap and another that goes over the shoulder. It's recommended that children move to a lap sash belt only when they've outgrown the full booster seat or when their eyes are higher than the back of the full booster seat. A good adult seat belt fit can be achieved when a child is approximately 145 centimetres tall.
If your child is too small for the restraint specified for their age, they should be kept in their current restraint until it's safe to move to the next level.
Remember: it’s illegal and unsafe to carry your child on your lap in a car, even if you’re wearing a seatbelt.
Extract from https://www.facs.nsw.gov.au/families/parenting/keeping-children-safe/car-safety