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At Kids Club Early Childhood Learning Centres, we provide premium education for children through carefully designed programs based on the Early Years Learning Framework. Each room caters to a specific age group and offers a bespoke schedule of learning experiences and intentional teaching sessions that promote literacy, numeracy, creativity, and social skills.

We prioritise individual interests and observations to create personalised learning experiences for every child. Our philosophy centres around creating a nurturing environment that supports and encourages each child’s development, helping them grow into confident and capable individuals.

Rainforest Room
Nursery - Ages 0-2
Nursery

The Rainforest Room caters for babies. It provides a calm and caring home-like environment with carefully planned learning areas and their own outdoor playground.

Ocean Room
Toddler - Ages 2-3
Toddler

The Ocean Room provides our toddlers with a welcoming, inspiring environment and the opportunity to explore and influence their own experiences and learning.

Outback Room
Preschool - Ages 3-5
Preschool

Our acclaimed School Readiness Program gives children in our preschool room independence, encouraging them to follow their interests and create their own learning while preparing for primary school.

The Rainforest Room

Ages 0 -2 Years Old

Bringing your child to an Early Education Centre nursery room can be a big transition for the whole family. It is natural for parents to feel anxious or concerned about how their child will adjust to a childcare environment and new routine. However, starting a Kids Club Early Learning Centre is also exciting and a positive experience for both child and parents!

At Kids Club, parents can take comfort in knowing their child is in a daycare program created by experienced Educators who understand the importance of providing a nurturing environment that encourages holistic development. Our Educators work hard to ensure that each child in our nursery room feels comfortable and secure in their new surroundings, providing engaging activities that stimulate learning and social interaction, with new friends, good food and loads of fun!

What is included in your child's care?
A Typical Day in the Rainforest Room
The Centre Opens
From the moment our centre opens, our Educators are setting up engaging experiences and ready to welcome your child with a full program of activities, lots of hugs and nurturing words. We welcome families to involve themselves in the nursery room program through cooking classes, story time or by coming in for lunch - our Open Door Policy allows you to visit or breastfeed at any time. Families are also encouraged to check-in on their little one’s progress by calling the centre to speak with one of our friendly Educators.
Early Morning Routine
Play allows children to create relationships, test their ideas and build new understandings. It provides a foundation where they can ask questions, engage in critical thinking, and problem-solve. With intentionality, play-based learning expands children's thinking and enhances their desire to learn. Our Educators create environments to support different types of play aimed at each individual. Children can explore the intentional experiences created for them at their own pace, with the Educators providing responses that best suit each child’s strengths, capabilities and curiosity.
Morning Tea Time
Our on-site Chefs work closely with our families and Educators to prepare freshly made meals that are delicious AND nutritious! A customised menu fuels children for learning, play, and physical development throughout their day. In the Rainforest room, children are encouraged to use spoons and feed themselves, a great way to teach them independence as they learn about food textures, smells, taste and temperature. It can be messy, but it’s helpful when developing those important fine motor skills! Any children who are asleep during morning tea or lunch are offered food when they wake up.
Nap Time
For the younger Rainforest children, mid-morning naps are a necessity. Our Educators are trained in safe-sleeping practices as outlined by the Red Nose Australia, taking extra care to provide a safe sleep environment. Whether your baby likes a gentle pat, soothing music or a cuddle, our Educators are there to ensure a smooth transition for your baby. Our cot rooms are set at 21 Degrees Celsius, providing optimal temperature settings for your little one's sleep.
Group Engagement
Group time is a great way for your child to feel a sense of belonging, foster learning opportunities, development and wellbeing. It is an essential part of a baby's early learning experience and a time to come together with their friends and Educators to enjoy activities such as singing, reading, and playing games. Through group time, babies can develop important social and emotional skills, build relationships with others, and engage in intentional teaching moments. It's a great way for them to learn in a fun and interactive environment and prepare for future learning experiences.
Lunch
Kids Club recognises the importance of providing children with healthy and diverse meal options, particularly during the early stages of their development when their taste buds and eating habits are forming. At lunchtime, our babies are invited to eat together. The Chef makes the magic happen in a fully equipped on-site kitchen, introducing children to a wide array of tastes and cuisines. For babies, lunchtime brings nutritionally balanced meals that are individualised to meet their needs.
Afternoon Nap
After lunch, another nap time is offered to our babies – which many are ready for after a morning filled with new discoveries! If necessary, our Educators are there to help settle your little one down for a well-earned rest. As per Kids Club Safe Sleep and Rest Time Policy, Educators will physically check on your child every 10 minutes to ensure they are sleeping safely and help resettle any child who needs extra reassurance.
Afternoon Tea
Time for an afternoon snack! Our Chefs provide an abundance of seasonal fruits, vegetables and baked goods for your little one to tuck into. Our Educators also encourage group discussions during mealtimes, which allows your child to increase their social skills and sense of belonging to a group.
Exploration & Play Based Learning
In the afternoon, your little one is encouraged to explore the many experiences on offer, both indoors and outdoors. Our amazing outdoor playscapes give your baby the chance for gross motor skill development as they explore the natural environment, where our nursery rooms have there very own outdoor play spaces. Here, they can play games, test their physical limits, express themselves and build their self-confidence. Our Educators are intentional in all aspects of the curriculum and act deliberately, thoughtfully and purposefully to support and guide your baby’s learning journey.
Late Snack and Pick Up Time
After enjoying some late snacks offered by our Chef, your baby will be tuckered out from a fun-filled day at Kids Club! Upon pick-up, you are encouraged to speak with your child’s Educators about their day, including their social, emotional and physical development. This also gives Educators the opportunity to share goals, discoveries and milestones with you.
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The Ocean Room

Ages 2 - 3 Years Old

It’s essential our Educators create a welcoming atmosphere where children feel comfortable, cared for and able to express themselves. In our Ocean Room, we are dedicated to providing a warm and supportive environment where your little one can thrive.

From the tender age of two, your child is experiencing a world of change – grasping new emotions, learning new words and phrases, exploring what their little bodies can do and learning about independence. At Kids Club, our Educators encourage your child to explore their surroundings, and engage in daily activities which help promote their cognitive, social, and emotional development – all while feeling safe and loved.

Many children who start their learning journey in our Rainforest Room will later transition to the Ocean Room, a gradual process that runs over a few weeks and is based on their development.

What is included in your child's care?
Toddler's Hurdle Race
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A Typical Day in the Ocean Room
The Centre Opens
From the moment our centre opens, our Educators are setting up engaging experiences and ready to welcome your child with a full program of activities, lots of hugs and nurturing words. 
Early Morning Routine
Our Educators create environments to support different types of play aimed at each individual. Children can explore the intentional experiences created for them at their own pace, with the Educators providing responses that best suit each child’s strengths, capabilities and curiosity.
Morning Tea Time
Our on-site Chefs work closely with our families and Educators to prepare freshly made meals that are delicious and nutritional. Starting with morning tea – when the children are offered fruit, vegetables and baked goods – our customised menu fuels children for learning, play, and physical development throughout their day.
Child-Led Play
Small group activities provide opportunities for children to learn how to take turns, compromise, and resolve conflicts, which are essential life skills. Children who struggle with making friends can benefit from small group activities as it creates a more inclusive environment and encourages them to interact with others. Our Educators observe the children closely and gather valuable information about their development, behaviours, and learning needs, allowing them to fine-tune and adjust individual education plans to best support each child's unique needs. Small group activities can provide a more personalised learning experience for children, enabling them to receive targeted support to meet their learning goals.
Lunch
Kids Club has a fully equipped on-site kitchen and Chef who prepares nutritionally balanced meals for our Toddlers, including a protein and vegetable lunch. We understand the importance of offering diverse meal options to children, especially during their developmental stages. By carefully exposing children to a variety of tastes and cuisines, this helps them develop their palate and prevent picky eating habits. Meals can be customised to meet individual needs and ensure everyone receives the appropriate nutrients for their age and development.
Rest
If your Toddler needs a midday sleep, our Educators are there to help settle them, with soothing music, dimmed lights and a cuddle. As per the Kids Club Safe Sleep and Rest Time Policy, Educators will physically check on your child every 10 minutes to ensure they are sleeping soundly and safely. This also allows for resettling if your child is in-between sleep cycles and needs extra reassurance.

If your child doesn't want to have a sleep, they will be offered quiet activities during rest time, including puzzles, books and sensory experiences.
Afternoon Tea
Time for an afternoon snack! Our Chefs provide your child with an abundance of seasonal fruits, vegetables and baked goods to tuck into. The children will occasionally assist with the preparation for mealtimes, encouraging a love for food and building a sense of accomplishment in their daily routines.
Afternoon Exploration & Play-Based Learning
In the afternoons, children are encouraged to explore the many experiences on offer, both indoors and outdoors. Here, they fine-tune gross motor skills and development as they try new activities. Our Educators facilitate open-ended play and interactions, spontaneity, risk-taking, exploration, discovery, and connection with nature. Playing outside allows Toddlers to explore and have adventures, play games, test their physical limits, express themselves, and build self-confidence.
Late Snack and Pick Up
After enjoying some late snacks offered by our Chef, your Toddler will be excited to tell you all about their day at Kids Club! Upon pick-up, you are encouraged to speak with your child’s Educators about their day, including their social, emotional and physical development. They can also share news with you about any significant accomplishments, goals, or milestones that your child has achieved.
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The Outback Room

Ages 3 - 5 Years Old

Kids Club make the transition to Primary School easy and exciting, equipping your child with the knowledge, courage and confidence to take their next big step.

Our Outback Room program is play-based and child-led, following the Early Years Learning Framework Curriculum. We prepare each child in our care for the Australian Kindergarten Curriculum while having fun, learning and playing via our School Readiness Program.

Children in our preschool room engage in daily activities and experiences with objectives based on their interests, family input and observations. Routine is a vital part of our daycare schedule for 3 year olds and above, used to help each child regather and support their understanding of time and “what comes next”. Equally important is allowing your child to make decisions directly affecting them, helping extend their interests and strengthen their relationships with others in the childcare environment.

What is included in your child's care?
Our Rooms - Preschool photos
Our Rooms - Preschool photos
Our Rooms - Preschool photos
A Typical Day in the Outback Room
Centre Opens
From the moment our doors open, our Educators are setting up engaging experiences and ready to welcome your child with a full program of activities, lots of hugs and nurturing words. Outback families are encouraged to visit their children at any time, which can help them feel more involved in their child's education and development. Our emphasis on communication, transparency and collaboration between Educators and families can lead to better outcomes for your child.
Intentional Teaching & Group Time
To begin the day, our Educators gather the children in a group and have them answer the roll call in a new way each morning. For example, instead of saying “I’m here”, the children might say their favourite colour, getting to know a little about each other every time.

Our Outback Room is committed to promoting numeracy and literacy activities to prepare children for Big School. Drawing from the ‘Early Years Framework for Australia’, our curriculum aims to support, extend and enrich each child’s learning through this transition. Educators create intentional teaching experiences for children to learn at their own pace, and provide responses that best suit each individual’s strengths, capabilities and curiosity.
Morning Tea Time
The preschooler’s mind is always on and ready for the next adventure, so at Kids Club, we provide a variety of different foods to tuck into, ensuring your child is fueled and ready for a big day ahead! As well as being tasty and highly nutritious, mealtimes form part of our daily programme and routine – which helps children feel safe and secure through knowing what comes next, preparing them for a transition to primary school.
Small Groups
Small group activities give the children the opportunity to learn how to share, compromise, and resolve conflicts – all essential life skills. Educators closely monitor children during group time, gathering critical information about their development and behaviours, allowing them to refine personalised education plans to better cater to their needs. Through small group activities, children can benefit from a more individualised learning experience, receiving focused assistance to help them achieve their learning objectives. We also use this time to engage in deep and meaningful conversations with the children as they talk about their experiences.
Outdoor Play
Outside, gross motor development plays a crucial role in the physical, social, and cognitive development of preschool-aged children. These skills involve the use of large muscle groups for movements such as walking, jumping and running, which promote balance, strength, coordination, and endurance. At Kids Club, our award-winning playscapes and captivating outdoor environments aid your child’s gross motor development through physical activities and exploring through group games and play.
Lunch
Kids Club offers a fully equipped on-site kitchen that provides nutritionally balanced meals for our Preschoolers during lunchtime. We understand the importance of offering diverse meal options to children, taking into consideration each child’s cultural backgrounds and dietary requirements. Through carefully exposing children to a variety of tastes and cuisines, this can also help develop their palate and prevent picky eating habits. By customising meals to meet each child's needs, Kids Club ensures that they receive the appropriate nutrients for their age and development.
Rest
Even Preschoolers need some down-time! During this time, our Educators respect the right of the child to have agency and exercise choice about their sleep, rest and relaxation. They also are offered to engage in quiet activities including puzzles, books and sensory experiences.
Afternoon Tea
Time for an afternoon snack! Our Chefs provide your child with an abundance of seasonal fruits, vegetables and baked goods for your little one to tuck into. The children will occasionally assist with the preparation for mealtimes, encouraging a love for food and building a sense of accomplishment in their daily routines.
Play-Based Learning & Child-Led Activities
Afternoon explorations and play-based learning are both valuable approaches to education and child development. These approaches allow your child to learn and develop skills in a way that is engaging, hands-on, and fun! They can also help children develop important social and emotional skills, such as teamwork, communication, and problem-solving.

During afternoon activities, your child will explore the world around them, either through organised or self-directed play. This approach encourages your child to use their curiosity and creativity to learn about their environment and discover new things. It can involve exploring nature, investigating science concepts, or engaging in imaginative play.

The play-based learning approach recognises that children learn best when they are enjoying themselves. It can involve a range of activities, from games, dramatic play, multimodal play and artistic expression.
Late Snack & Pick Up
Later in the afternoon, your child will be offered a late snack before you come to collect them. While they eat, it gives our Educators and families an opportunity to discuss each child’s day and any milestones achieved. One thing is certain – your child won’t want to leave after all the fun they’ve had!
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From the nursery room through to preschool, you’ll find the perfect age-based daily schedule and daycare environment for your child at Kids Club. 

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Children benefit from learning valuable physical, cognitive and social skills during their early years. A structured daycare environment allows children aged three and above to adopt those skills in a safe space, encouraged by specialist Educators to think independently while learning through play, preparing them for big school. No one thing about preschool rooms is more important; however, a blended approach to daycare daily activities and multiple opportunities to learn, play and socialise is essential.

All children are different. Some will adapt to a childcare environment quickly, while others will take longer to familiarise and feel settled.

Our nurturing and caring Educators look to support children entering the daycare environment for the first time and instil trust, security and ensure they feel safe and happy in their new surroundings.

Many studies show the benefits children in their early years gain from a childcare environment, with structured daily activities that teach valuable life skills, preparing them for later years. Childcare rooms also provide a place for children to socialise with others their age, which is different for many kids who stay at home.

Young children feel secure when their activities are familiar and predictable. A set routine in the daycare environment helps children understand what comes next, encouraging them to relax and feel better prepared for learning. Kids Club has a flexible daily routine for all our daycare rooms – from our youngest children in the nursery room to our 3+-year-old preschool children – providing security and structure to help them thrive.

Creating a positive environment is essential for childcare rooms to help children engage in learning. Kids Club daycare centres offer lots of space to play, safe and modern equipment, and a structured routine with age-specific activities delivered by our qualified and nurturing Educators. Each Kids Club is custom designed to facilitate learning in early childhood.

At Kids Club, we understand that physical environment in childcare is crucial to the development of young minds and bodies. Here are some key strategies and features that we incorporate in our daycare rooms to ensure a positive learning environment in early childhood:

  • Safe and Secure Surroundings: Before anything else, children need to feel safe. Our facilities are equipped with secure entrances and exits, and we conduct regular safety checks to ensure that equipment and toys are in good condition and free of hazards.
  • Bright and Inviting Spaces: Our centres are designed with vibrant colours, natural light, and engaging visuals, encouraging children’s curiosity and enthusiasm for learning.
  • Learning Zones: We create specific zones for various activities such as a reading corner, art and craft area, quiet area and a space for physical activities. These dedicated zones help children understand the purpose of each space and help in seamless transitions between activities.
  • Natural Elements: Research shows that incorporating nature into learning environments can have multiple benefits. Therefore, we include indoor plants, nature-based toys, and even outdoor learning spaces to encourage a connection with nature.
  • Cultural and Inclusive Materials: We provide toys, books, and materials that reflect various cultures, family structures, and abilities. This promotes acceptance, understanding, and inclusivity among the young learners.

By meticulously integrating these features and practices, Kids Club ensures that children not only learn but also thrive in a positive, nurturing, and stimulating environment.

The outdoor environment in childcare plays a pivotal role in children’s development and well-being. It’s absolutely essential for:

  • Physical Development: Outdoor play allows children to develop their gross motor skills. Activities like running, climbing, jumping, and swinging help in strengthening muscles and bones, improving balance and coordination, and promoting overall physical fitness.
  • Vitamin D Exposure: Natural sunlight is a primary source of Vitamin D, which is essential for bone and immune system health. Regular outdoor exposure ensures children get an adequate amount of this crucial vitamin.
  • Cognitive Development: Being in nature stimulates children’s curiosity and imagination. They learn about the world around them, from understanding the life cycle of a caterpillar to the process of photosynthesis in plants. Such real-world experiences can be more impactful than just reading about them.
  • Emotional and Social Development: Playing outside often involves group activities. This can teach children about cooperation, negotiation, conflict resolution, and sharing. It also provides opportunities for them to understand their emotions better, like dealing with the frustration of not being able to climb as high as a peer or the joy of achieving a new task.
  • Enhanced Creativity: Open spaces, natural materials, and the freedom to explore can lead to imaginative play. Children might use rocks, leaves and sticks as makeshift toys, invent games, or create stories inspired by their surroundings.
  • Improved Concentration: Several studies suggest that children diagnosed with ADHD show improved concentration after spending time in nature. The outdoors offers a rich tapestry of sensory experiences to nurture sensory stimulation. The feel of sand, the sound of birds, the sight of fluttering leaves – all these help in refining sensory skills and perceptions. Nature holistically has a calming effect on the mind. The natural environment can reduce stress and anxiety, and promote feelings of well-being in children, just as it does in adults.
  • Holistic Development: Combining indoor learning with outdoor experiences ensures that children get a balanced and comprehensive education. They not only develop academically but also grow physically, socially, emotionally, and morally.

The outdoor environment isn’t just an extension of the indoor classroom but a unique, multifaceted platform for holistic child development. Encouraging children to spend time outdoors can set the foundation for a lifetime of appreciation for the natural world and promote physical and mental health. Which is why Kids Club is famous for their award winning playscapes!

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