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Acacia Hill, is a Western Australian Family owned Company, we offer professional Child Care services in Perth.
We are proud to say that we have 20 years experience in the Perth Day Care industry. This history in the Perth child care industry enables us to provide a level of exceptional quality childcare and education that you can trust. Acacia Hill is here for the long term, offering stability and security for your child’s future.
At Stirling Childcare Centre we pride ourselves in providing a fun and friendly environment where children feel safe and secure, families feel valued for their uniqueness and the community is respected and involved.\
Here at Stirling Childcare Centre we offer educational programmes based on play, that are developed and supervised by qualified teaching specialists. Our family of carers are not only suitably qualified, they are also compassionate, friendly, supportive individuals.
Stirling Community Early Learning Centre is a community based, not-for-profit child care centre. We offer a positive, nurturing and stimulating environment to foster the development of the children in our care. We provide care to children aged from six weeks to five years and are committed to building partnerships with parents to ensure families feel comfortable, respected, supported and connected.
Our educators are experienced, enthusiastic and dedicated and include a balance of children's services professionals and assistants.
Our centre is managed by a committee of staff and parents. It is located at the corner of Pine Street and Milan Terrace in Stirling, in the beautiful Adelaide Hills, with spacious, attractive grounds.
The Ranges Early Learning and Care Centres respects children’s right to quality child care experiences. We believe child care is equivalent to child education, that each child be provided the opportunity for their potential to be recognised rather than reflecting on their needs or what is lacking, thus facilitating an open, inquiry based learning environment.
Children at The Ranges are recognised as protagonists in their own lives, they gain recognition and welcoming from others for their similarities and differences.
Children feel how adults treat them and give importance to their ideas and activities. At The Ranges children will be given the freedom to create their own experiences, not to follow other ideas. They will be encouraged to study different points of view, experience richness in differences and similarities.
Reorganisation of children’s knowledge occurs with continual exposure and exploration of their own ideas and images. At The Ranges children will be involved in collaborative and co-constructive processes of learning that teach children to participate in learning experiences not only as an individual but also as part of a group. This will be achieved by listening, commenting, researching, collaborating, supporting and respecting the children’s processes. When viewing the final product the process, thinking and presentation are all to be considered.
The Ranges will emphasise the exchange of ideas between children, staff and families. It will acknowledge that the relationship between these groups exists as both the educators and the educated.