Kingswood Centre Information
At Innovative Early Learning located in Kingswood Park, our aim is to provide children and families with an atmosphere that is warm, welcoming, nurturing and fosters active learning.At Innovative Early Learning Kingswood, everything we do is guided by your child’s needs and interests so their development and learning is enhanced.
Our learning environments are exciting spaces that encourage children to participate in empowering activities and experiences as they work together and as individuals, we are proud to offer an emergent curriculum which carefully shapes potential and a sense of identity. Our educational programs follow the Early Years Learning Framework and we confidently work in collaboration with our families, as we recognise that families are a child’s first teachers. We invite you to share your aspirations and goals for your child with us and encourage you to be a part of your child’s learning journey.
7.00am to 6.00pm
At Innovative Early Learning we have 3 learning environments to provide care and early education for children from 6 weeks to 6 years of age. (Select a room to read more)
- Bilbies Room ❀ 0 to 2 years
- Possums Room - Early learners ❀ 2 to 3 years
- Echidnas Preschool Room ❀ 3 to 4 years
- Indoor / Outdoor Play Environments ❀
We Provide Healthy and Nutritious Meals
At Innovative Early Learning all meals are provided during the day, we also cater to any allergy or cultural dietary requirements that your child may have. Our healthy and balanced meals include a variety of:
- Fresh vegetables and legumes
- Seasonal fruit
- Wholegrains and seeds
- Lean fresh meat and fish
- Dairy options
Our menus offer a wide selection of fresh fruit and raw vegetables with morning and afternoon tea, as well as steamed fresh vegetables at lunchtime.
A late snack of cheese and rice crackers is also provided at 4.30, all menus provide a minimum of 50% of the recommended daily intake of all nutrients required for each day while in care as recommended by the Australia dietary guidelines and National Quality Framework.
We invite all of our families to come in and visit the centre before your child’s start date, this gives our families an opportunity for some one-on-one time with their child’s educator to ask any questions you may have and to discuss your child’s routine.
Orientation visits also allow your child to become more familiar with the environment before they start. The orientation and settling process is an important basis for establishing effective partnerships between our families and our team, which is vital in promoting positive outcomes for children. We value our continuous, honest, open and two-way communication that we have with our families which begins during the orientation process
What do you need to provide?
- Labelled bag
- Labelled changes of clothing
- Measured formula in a labelled container or breastmilk, if required
- Bed linen if required and a cuddly or dummy if used for sleep
- Labelled water bottle We provide nappies (if required) and an allocated, labeled sunhat for each child.
How much do you have to pay?
The daily fee depends on your child’s age and what room they begin their enrolment in. Please contact our Centre Director, Courtney, for daily rates and associated costs.
Are you able to claim government rebates?
Yes, we are a registered childcare provider which means that you can claim child care benefits and child care subsidy from Centrelink if you are eligible.
We provide daily online updates and documentation for our families using Storypark
We understand how important communication is between our team and our families, which is why we use Storypark for all online documentation, weekly family newsletters, updates and also our daily journal where you gain insight into what your child has been involved in during the day and how much fun they are having.
Storypark is a secure, private online space to ensure your child receives the best support possible and that you are involved and up-to-date with your child’s development.
Storypark provides each child with an online community which you (their parent/guardian) own and control and you have access for as long as you wish.
You can choose to add your own stories or leave comments and feedback for your child (or children) and our teaching team