Kidz on Porter Child Care Centre is a family run centre, offering over 10 years experience in the Early Childhood Sector. We are open from 7am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, 52 weeks a year (closed only on Public Holidays).
- Qualified and dedicated educators
- Age appropriate educational programs and an extensive school readiness program
- Separate educational rooms for each age group (0-2 yrs, 2-3 yrs, 3-4 yrs, 4-5 yrs)
- Fresh, healthy and nutritious meals prepared daily at our centre
- Child Care benefit and Child Care Rebate centre
- Nappies included in fees
Please contact us for more information.
Trinity Early Learning Centre is a family owned and run long day care centre. As a family, with young children of our own, we recognise the careful considerations that go into selecting your child’s centre and the importance of ensuring your child feels safe and nurtured in this environment.
We aim to provide the highest level of education and quality care, which is what, as parents, we want for our own children- environments that are nurturing and warm and help shape identity. Our educators provide children with opportunities that encourage them to be flexible thinkers and confident learners, achieving this through providing your child with an environment that supports and inspires inquiry.
Starting in the nursery room where teachers nurture each individual budding personality all the way through to our preschool program where children are being prepared to begin kindergarten. Nothing matters more to us than the health, well-being and education of every child that enters our doors.
Our unique Preschool Prepare Early Education Program forms the foundation for our curriculum, and draws upon national best practice, plus the latest university and industry research to provide every child – from infancy, right though to school transition – with an exceptional, age relevant, dynamic play-based learning program.
We welcome you to come visit our centre, to have a chat and answer any questions you may have. Our centre is open 52 weeks of the year, from 7am till 6pm.
Contact us for more information.
International School Of Music Term 3 Enrollment is now open for all new beginners from 2 year old to 6 year old via the school web page.
For future and current class timetable, please go to www.ismryde.com.au
Term date: Monday 23 July - Saturday 29 September
Term 3 is an exciting term filled with music concerts and events. Annual Concert will be on Saturday 1st September.
Don't miss out!! Come and join us to embark your musical journey with your child.
Mention Local Child Care & Services Directory and like us on our facebook page to receive 10% off of the tuition fee*or bring a friend to enrol in the same academic term to receive 20% off of the tuition fee* for our Jitterbugs and Beebopper programs.
We can’t wait to welcoming you all to join our musical family!
A fresh and innovative online seminar!
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Now you can view the workshop on your own schedule (broadband Internet connection required on a single computer), learning at your own pace how to help support children to “learn and thrive from the inside out.” Gen Jereb's dynamic, practical tools incorporate:
Improved video quality, and MOBILE ACCESS. Start watching on your desktop, then continue on your mobile or tablet. (Note that mobile data rates may apply.) If you can watch a YouTube video, you can watch Gen Jereb's Traffic Jam In My Brain ONLINE.
This online experience comprises seven contact hours of Gen’s acclaimed methodology and will be available from October 1st through November 14th, 2018!
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With one in five children considered overweight or obese, it is now more important than ever to be feeding young children fresh and healthy meals.
Hearty Health provide fresh meals daily to Child Care Centres and ensure that all nutritional requirements are met. With a team of professional chefs and over seventeen years’ experience, you know you are getting a big tick when you are feeding your children Hearty Health meals.
At Hearty Health we do all the work for you including:
- preparing a seasonal four week rotating menu
- sourcing all the freshest ingredients
- cooking meals fresh daily
- packing meals into sustainable reusable food grade containers
- delivering meals directly into your Centre’s fridge daily
Contact our friendly Hearty Health Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 1300 728 762 to book in a tasting of our Winter Menu.
You can also find all the latest news, recipes and tips from our Chefs on our popular blog at www.heartyhealth.com.au and don’t forget to like our Facebook Page as well!
Hearty Health are passionate about encouraging more children to eat fresh healthy meals and setting up eating habits for life.
Kids and Poisons In New South Wales, every year thousands of children need medical care for poisoning from products commonly found in and around the home. Most accidental poisonings occur to children younger than five, with children aged one to three at greatest risk.
Why are children more likely to be poisoned? Young children are exploring their world and will put anything in their mouths. They also like to imitate what others do, including taking medications.
What can be poisonous to your child? Medicines, cleaning, laundry, gardening and car products, insecticides, perfumes, paint, plants, insects and many others.
How can you prevent a poisoning?
First Aid for poisoning
- Store medicines and chemicals out of sight and reach of children, at least 1.5 metres off the ground and in a locked child resistant container.
- Use medicines and chemicals safely. Follow given instructions and return them to safe storage immediately after use.
- Buy products in child resistant containers and use child resistant locks on cupboards or cabinets that store poisons. You can buy these at many hardware stores.
- Ensure all products are stored in original containers and are clearly labelled. Regularly dispose of unwanted and out of date medicines by taking them to your nearest pharmacy for safe disposal.
- Don't call medicines 'lollies'.
- Check that the plants in your garden are not poisonous
Do not try to make the patient vomit. Pick up the container and take to the telephone. Call the Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26
Poison on the skin
Remove contaminated clothing, taking care to avoid contact with the poison.
Flood the skin with cool running water. Call the Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26
Poison in the eye
Flood the eye with water from a cup, jug or slowly running tap. Continue for 10-15 minutes, holding the eyelids open. Call the Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26
Get the person to fresh air quickly without placing yourself at risk. Open doors and windows wide, if safe to do so. Call the Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26
Other reasons to call the Poisons Information Centre
To obtain correct first aid advice for poisoning or bites and stings. To answer any questions you may have about preventing a poisoning, first aid for a poisoning and information about the toxicity of products and plants.
Disclaimer: This is for education purposes only. Please consult with your doctor or other health professional to make sure this information is right for your child.