Children are able to approach learning in ways that are convenient for them because of the structured manner that Early Education and Care organises their programme. Our programmes have been assembled by the utmost qualified Early Education & Care teachers. The curriculum has been created to help kids develop their creativity, independence, leadership, and teamwork skills in order to develop the leaders of tomorrow. There are now two programmes that permit up to 18 places each day.

Room 1

This programme, which is for children between the ages of three and five, develop a remarkable sense of self-confidence and excitement for learning. They feel a strong connection to their classmates and teachers. More than just being proficient in the fundamental abilities, we want them to be inspired by studying and proud of their status as students.

Practical Life 

The core of Montessori Cycle 1 education is the Practical Life exercises. Young children are honing their inner aptitudes of tranquillity, order, attention, coordination, and fine motor abilities as they sweep and dust, wash tables, pour liquids, polish silver, and pour liquids. At the same time, children in Montessori schools start to develop independence, self-confidence, and self-respect via the process of learning to fulfil their own needs, learning to take care of the classroom environment, and through the experience of helping others.

These words reveal the child’s inner needs: “Help me to do it myself.” -Maria Montessori


The kids disassemble objects, reassemble them, and consider their actions as they work with the sensory materials. This helps kids develop their greatest level of thinking abilities, such as analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. It encourages thoughtful enquiry, study, and genuine innovation. The younger kids in the group pick up on the bigger kids' enthusiasm as they make their discoveries and reach for the more difficult materials while still having fun with their own activities.

“The special importance of the sense of hearing comes from the fact that it is the sense organ connected with speech, therefore, to train the child’s attention to follow sounds and noises which are produced in the environment, to recognize them and to discriminate between them is to prepare his attention to follow more accurately the sounds of articulate language.” – M. Montessori


The goal of the Montessori Language Arts curriculum is to improve kids' reading, comprehension, writing, and speaking abilities while also establishing links with geography, science, arithmetic, history, and literature.

Written language can be acquired more easily by children of four years than by those of six. While children of six usually need at least two years to learn how to write children of four years learn this within a few months. – M. Montessori


The Montessori mathematics curriculum comprises of exercises that progress from more concrete to extremely abstract in a logical order. The core objective of a Montessori education is to encourage a child's capacity for thinking by cultivating their mathematical mind. The tangible elements used in the arithmetic presentations must be handled and investigated until the kid's mind reaches a level of consciousness when the concrete transforms into the abstract and the child completely comprehends.


In Montessori education, culture covers a wide range of topics. It includes activities from the fields of art, botany, zoology, earth sciences, history, and geography. Children get a profound grasp of their world through an interconnected, interactive experience with the items in this area of the classroom.

…education is a natural process carried out by the human individual, and is acquired not by listening to words, but by experiences in the environment. -M. Montessori

No one can be free unless he is independent. Little children, from the moment they are weaned, are making their way toward independence.” – M. Montessori

Art and Craft

The independence principle—"I can do it for myself, I can think for myself"—is what Montessori emphasises the most. I am creative." 

Providing the kid with age-appropriate art supplies in Montessori classes. Materials that they can confidently use themselves for activities like drawing, colouring, painting, cutting, pasting, and collage work rather than frustrating them by being too tough for them to use.

3 - 5 Years
Mon -  Fri
8AM -5.30PM

Room 2

Our toddler programme acknowledges that youngsters between the ages of 18 months and 3 years are at a golden era for cognitive development. We have created a rich, well-prepared atmosphere just for toddlers to help foster that. 

Our comprehensive toddler curriculum is especially created to promote cognitive, speech, and language development, to hone fine and gross motor skills, and to impart useful life skills. Our initiatives foster self-reliance, assurance, kindness, grace, and civility.

The toddlers are assisted in achieving their objectives by a committed group of nurturing teachers who have received early childhood development and Montessori education training. Our toddler programme is housed in large, well-designed spaces where children are unrestricted in their exploration of their indoor and outdoor settings. Low shelves with attractive educational resources on them are easily accessible to young children.

The toddler classroom provides kids with a distinctive start on self-development in a welcoming environment of unique understanding, respect, and support. Each child's social, physical, emotional, developmental, and psychological requirements are met by the qualified teaching personnel. Our toddler programme adheres to the Montessori concept, which promotes each child's vocabulary growth, independence, and self-confidence.

There is room in this classroom for group activities, individual work, and movement. The surroundings are made to be both safe and aesthetically beautiful, and everything is scaled to the child's size. The toddler classroom serves as a warm extension (or "doorway") from the child's home to his impending arrival into the preschool classroom.

Toddlers are given the chance to focus on their language (phonics), fundamental maths, sensorial exercises, practical life, painting, and music skills. The practical life area is particularly stressed because activities in this area provide kids the chance to learn how to respect others, control their movements, and appreciate their surroundings. These abilities are necessary for taking good care of themselves and their environment.

Practical life activities are simple and can be accomplished by each child. They provide repeating cycles that, even at a young age, aid the kid in developing patterns of order and sequencing. Each child becomes anchored in reality, develops his confidence, and gains self-esteem through his accomplishment with these early age-appropriate activities since the classroom contains lessons that are extremely real and particularly intended.

18 Months - 3 Years
Mon -  Fri
8AM -5.30PM
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We run session for 9.5 hours to allow you to take advantage of your Centrelink childcare subsidy hours that sanctions you to have a discount for 5 days a week. You also get discount by enrolling siblings. Please call or email for fee information.

Our daily fee includes the essentials for your child needs throughout the day including nappies, sunscreen, breakfast, morning tea and afternoon tea. We heavily advise parents to provide sort of carrier alongside a water bottle to ensure they require minimal assistance. Additionally, your children will be allocated a locker to keep their belongings in.

Additionally, weekly sport and language classes are offered for children who want to partake in any additional courses.

*fees are subject to change. Please confirm fees with us before enrolling.



Cereals,  Milk , Toast, Butter, Honey, Vegemite

Morning Tea

Seasonal fresh fruits, Vegetables, Cheese & Yoghurt

Afternoon Tea

Muffin, Croissant, Crackers, Cheese, Seasonal fresh fruits etc


Parents are expected to provide lunch. We are a nut-free facility, since many children have allergies to these foods.We ask that families pack healthy, nourishing lunches and snacks featuring fresh fruit and vegetables, yogurt, cheese, mini sandwiches, raisins, or other items low in salt, sugar and fat. Cookies, chips and candy should not come to school.
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