About the centre

Our Vision

Occasional Childcare

We aim to provide flexible quality care and education that meets the needs of our families.

We aim to provide a caring, safe and secure environment where children are treated equitably and differences are valued.

We believe children should be involved and interested learners.

Relationships with Children

We believe that educators should listen to children, and show that they are interested in how they think and feel. Secure, respectful and equitable relationships should be maintained and educators should be actively involved in children's learning.

We value children as competent capable learners. We believe that planning for children's learning, including documenting children's interests and strengths and informs future learning. The Early Years Learning Framework is central to our practices and informs curriculum decision making.

Professionalism

We believe educators should be supported in lifelong learning. We acknowledge the key guiding principles of the National Legislation and The Early Years Learning Framework.

We believe that there should be a consistent approach to professional standards, confidentiality and an accepted code of conduct.

Collaborative Partnerships with Families and Communities

We aim to support and welcome Families and Caregivers, creating connections with the wider community.

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THE CHILDREN'S PROGRAM

Occasional child care programs

Our children's program is based on The Early years Learning Framework. This framework guides our educators in developing quality, early childhood education programs. The framework describes the principles, practice and outcomes to support and enhance young children's learning from birth to five years, as well as their transition to school. The framework provides a clear focus on children's learning and well being, and including families and communities in children's learning. Developing meaningful curriculum involves interactive decision making by children and families.

DEVELOPMENTAL OBSERVATIONS AND LEARNING PROFILES

Our educators plan for children's learning using learning outcomes. Developmental learning profiles are developed for regular children and shared with parents and families. We value children as competent capable learners. We believe that planning for children's learning, including documenting children's interests and strengths and informs future learning. The Early Years Learning Framework is central to our practices and informs curriculum decision making.

AGE GROUPINGS

The children are divided into two age groups:

  • Explorers - 6 weeks to 2 years
  • Adventurers - 2 years to school age
 

Child Care centre - Noarlunga SAServices

  • Licensed 38 place centre.
  • Friendly and secure outside and inside environment.
  • Starting 6 weeks to school age.
  • Excellent learning programs incorporating creative play, social development, language, physical skills and behaviour management.
  • Highly individual attention for each child.
  • Cancer Council Sun Smart Centre.
  • Child Care benefit available.
 

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MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

Our centre is run by a management committee, which is made up of parents, the director and a staff representative.

The committee is responsible for maintaining approved standards and quality of care. Parents are welcome to join the management committee and be a part of the decision making process. Being a committee member is not an arduous task and many parents have found it a very rewarding and interesting experience.

 


Fleurieu Occasional Community Children's Centre
Alexander Kelly Drive
Noarlunga Centre SA 5168

Call Fleurieu Occasional Child Care

(08) 8326 2333

Fleurieu Occasional Child Care opening hours

Permanent & casual bookings welcome.

8:00am - 6:00pm

Monday - Friday

Care available for 1 - 10 hours per day.

 

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