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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2 months ago

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With Ramadan currently in full swing, the children at Paisley Park Early Learning Centre Bundoora (VIC) have been excited to learn about and understand some Ramadan customs. Our Educators had discussions with our children about the significance of Ramadan: a time set aside for fasting, mindfulness and charity, where families and communities bond together and give to each other. The children have been involved in various arts and crafts experiences such as making decoupage lanterns, decorating cut out moons and making date gift bags for families. All cultures are acknowledged at Paisley Park.
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2 months ago

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At Paisley Park Early Learning Centre Tinana (QLD), our children have been recently engaging with Inclusion Dolls. This helps them learn about differences, and about being inclusive of each other. We had a doll with a broken leg, which the children identified as being 'hurt' and played with her using the crutches to help her walk. Our amputee doll was very popular and the children referred to her as 'Supergirl'. The experience allowed children to explore differences and individuality, as well as evoking curiosity, empathy and respect.
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At Paisley Park Early Learning Centre Tinana (QLD), our children have been recently engaging with Inclusion Dolls. This helps them learn about differences, and about being inclusive of each other. We had a doll with a broken leg, which the children identified as being hurt and played with her using the crutches to help her walk. Our amputee doll was very popular and the children referred to her as Supergirl. The experience allowed children to explore differences and individuality, as well as evoking curiosity, empathy and respect. 
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2 months ago

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At Paisley Park Early Learning Centre Randwick (NSW), the Picasso children have been furthering their knowledge of different countries and their culture. This month Educators are guiding their learning about New Zealand and unique aspects of the Maori culture. Educators extended the children’s interest in birds and their feathers, to create a Korowai (a traditional woven feather cloak). Supporting the children to build their understanding of different cultures, assists their understanding of the world around them.
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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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