Support and Challenge Your Child’s Learning Abilities

Your child’s curiosity, autonomy and creativity are explored and developed with Educators, programs and resources that challenge their learning and support their emerging interests.

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Inspiring Your Child’s Lifelong Love of Learning

Your child will be given the space and opportunities for their physical, personal, social, emotional and spiritual wellbeing to flourish, and develop cognitive learning skills that they’ll build upon throughout their lives.

They’ll enjoy challenging experiences that help them form strategies like open questioning, problem-solving and explaining to foster shared thinking.

Through observation and listening, we question and suggest new possibilities encouraging children to search and explore meaning in their lives. Educators are intentional in facilitating experiences where each child’s eagerness and curiosity is fostered and creative thinking encouraged.

School Preparation Program

At Paisley Park we believe successful school preparation not only aids effective transition to school but importantly, facilitates a lifetime love for learning and success.

Our unique and specialised program dovetails with the National School Curriculum and includes an additional focus on building confidence, independence, autonomy and resilience.

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Caring and Experienced Educators

Your child’s Educators have a significant influence on their learning and growth.

We understand the importance of these relationships for your child and are intentional in choosing Educators to join our team who have a special blend of experience, care and a genuine interest in children’s growth and development.

Your child’s Educator will get to know them on an individual level, understanding their interests and talents and weaving these into the activities of the day.

Fostering Your Child’s Talents

At every stage of the learning journey, from infancy through to school readiness, our Educators encourage and nurture your child’s interests and abilities through play-based learning.

Literacy & Numeracy

We acknowledge the importance of literacy education in helping children communicate and express themselves. Daily experiences and activities help children develop their skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking, across all age groups.

Music & Self Expression

Music is an artistic vehicle for self-expression that trains your child’s brain for higher forms of thinking. Children have daily opportunities to explore various forms of music, such as contemporary, classical, traditional and modern.

Information Technology

Technology is embedded into our daily lives, so to complement our learning activities and prepare your child for the fast-paced digital world, they’ll use different technologies to challenge thinking and encourage creative expression.

Art & Creativity

Nurturing a child’s imagination is a brilliant way to foster divergent learning, so we help your child develop their creativity with clay, plaster, dough, paint, collage, drawing and printmaking and more so they can cultivate their own creative thinking.

Outdoor Exploration

Spending time in nature and exploring natural landscapes will help your child with physical and motor skills, social skills, and help them learn by interacting with living creatures, like bugs, birds, butterflies and more, on a daily basis.

Early Intervention & Special Needs Support

Paisley Park takes an inclusive and adaptable approach to implementing educational programs and care routines for children in our centres.

Some children experience significant difficulty adjusting to a group care environment and/or indicate a learning barrier of some kind.

Our Educators are highly experienced in supporting families seek professional medical advice and/or referral to intervention services to support children who experience difficulty.

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11 hours ago
Paisley Park

Paisley Park Early Learning Centre Malvern East (VIC), is delighted to introduce Serena, our new ECT in the Einstein Room. After completing a Science degree at Sydney University, Serena pursued her passion for teaching at Monash University and dived straight into a rewarding career in early childhood education. Serena says " I'm passionate about planning and implementing a stimulating and challenging program that fosters the development of high self-esteem, creativity, and social skills. I thrive in a inclusive learning environment respectfully catering to the individual children's needs. What I love about Paisley Park is that their core values closely align with my own, and I'm so excited to join such a dynamic team in which to further develop as an Educator." #PaisleyParkMalverneast#EYLFOutcome2Community#EYLFOutcome4ConfidentLearners#NQSQA5Relationships#NQSQA6Community ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago
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Rummaging around Reverse Art (Ringwood) is all part of the ongoing professional learning and development undertaken by Educators at Paisley Park Early Learning Centres Victoria. After our ‘shopping’, teams bought back a stock pile of recycled items and art supplies and got busy creating. Guided by Penny, our Curriculum and Special Education Mentor and Co-founder Kat, our Educators explored and created a variety of engaging ‘Loose Parts’ experiences. Loose Parts play encourages children to enter a world of ‘what if’, providing freedom to arrange and re-arrange, engage their problem solving and fine motor skills, not to mention working alongside others. It’s important for us all to keep learning, and we were delighted by the enthusiasm demonstrated across the day by our team. We can’t wait to see how our children utilise these resources in their own creative ways!#PaisleyParkMalvernEast#PaisleyParkNewtown#PaisleyParkChadstone#NQSQA3PhysicalEnvironment#EYLFOutcome4ConfidentLearners ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago
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As part of our recent NAIDOC celebrations, the children at Paisley Park Early Learning Centre Malvern East (VIC), took part in a group cooking experience, baking cookies using freshly picked native bush mint from our Bush Tucker Garden. Here we are picking our mint and sitting together with Educational Leader Yessica as she guides us, and helps us practice our self help and independence skills as we take turns adding and mixing the ingredients. We also learnt a little bit of maths along the way. The best part was sampling our creations ...they tasted wonderful! ... See MoreSee Less

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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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