Nurturing Your Child’s Unique Identity

Your child is encouraged to form deep community bonds and develop a strong sense of self, whilst learning about and celebrating different cultures.

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We understand the importance of helping children develop genuine and supportive relationships within our unique community environment. We celebrate and welcome all people and all types of family units into the Paisley Park family.

Community

Your child’s unique qualities, talents and contributions are celebrated at Paisley Park Early Learning Centres, where a culture of belonging is valued for all children, their families and our Educators.

Your child is encouraged to form and nurture relationships within a community environment that’s inclusive of all people, including custodian Australians.

We care about your child’s ability to create strong links within our local communities and provide many opportunities for children to contribute to the community they live in.

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Culture

We understand that all families are different, and your child will have a different view and experience of what ‘family’ means to them, and have individual relationships with those who feature prominently in their lives.

You’re welcome to experience the Paisley Park family for yourself – click below to book a visit today.

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4 days ago

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At Paisley Park Early Learning Centre Port Adelaide (SA), the Darwin Room children observed World Autism Day by creating a puzzle artwork piece using cut out puzzle shapes and glue. Why puzzle pieces? The puzzle pattern reflects the complexity of the Autism spectrum, while the different colors and shapes represent the diversity of the people and families living with the condition. Our Educators and children also dressed in blue, as it represents the organisation's primary colour, and is associated with a feeling of calm and acceptance in an otherwise loud and busy world.
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At Paisley Park Early Learning Centre Port Adelaide (SA), the Darwin Room children observed World Autism Day by creating a puzzle artwork piece using cut out puzzle shapes and glue. Why puzzle pieces? The puzzle pattern reflects the complexity of the Autism spectrum, while the different colors and shapes represent the diversity of the people and families living with the condition. Our Educators and children also dressed in blue, as it represents the organisations primary colour, and is associated with a feeling of calm and acceptance in an otherwise loud and busy world. 
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6 days ago

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Paisley Park Early Learning Centre Mt Barker (SA), had a wonderful day at The Mount Barker District Show last week. Our lovely stall had helium balloons, books, blocks, an Easter colouring competition, and information about our Centre for families. We were also a part of the Clover Leaf Trail which brought lots of families to the stall where bubble wands were handed out. Children from the Einstein Room painted artworks for display at the show, and some of these even received first, second, third and merit awards. What a great day at the show!
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Paisley Park Early Learning Centre Mt Barker (SA), had a wonderful day at The Mount Barker District Show last week. Our lovely stall had helium balloons, books, blocks, an Easter colouring competition, and information about our Centre for families. We were also a part of the Clover Leaf Trail which brought lots of families to the stall where bubble wands were handed out. Children from the Einstein Room painted artworks for display at the show, and some of these even received first, second, third and merit awards. What a great day at the show!
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6 days ago

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Last week as we prepared for Easter, the Edison and Picasso children at Paisley Park Early Learning Centre Port Pirie (SA), watched as a P-8A Poseidon (aircraft) flew overhead to mark 100 years since the formation of the Royal Australian Air Force. It was an exciting event, and we extended on this in the Edison Room by pretending to be aeroplanes in the outside yards, while children in the Pisacco Room made their own planes out of cardboard, and some out of Lego.
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3 Steps to Happier, Healthier,
Confident Children

1. Make an Enquiry

Get in touch with our Enrolments Manager Jo to talk about your childcare options.

 

Get answers to all your questions and find out everything you want to know about your nearest Paisley Park Early Learning Centre.

2. Book a Tour

Take a personal tour with our Centre Director to see the centre for yourself.

 

Come and meet the team and get a sense of how things run and how the children interact with each other and their Educators.

3. Enrol Your Child

Once you’ve decided that Paisley Park is the right choice for your family, you’re ready to enrol.

 

At some centres there is a waitlist and we’ll add you to our priority list for when a place becomes available.

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