Mahogany Rise Child and Family Centre
Council’s Mahogany Rise Child and Family Centre provides a welcoming, safe and inclusive environment for children from birth until they commence primary school.
Our team of committed and highly trained educators are carefully selected and will take the time to get to know you and your child. We recognise every child is unique and will require different levels of support to reach their potential. Families are encouraged to participate in the service and contribute to their children’s learning experiences.
Play based programs are carefully planned and developmentally appropriate for each child. Educators create physical environments that support a range of opportunities for children’s learning indoors, outdoors and within the community. Through play, children become confident and resilient; they develop positive self-esteem, form friendships and acquire an enjoyment of learning.
Our service is integrated with Maternal and Child Health providing families with access to a diverse range of parenting advice and support.
Children enjoy the benefits of the service being co-located with the Mahogany Rise Primary School including going to the library for story time, special events and school transition activities.
Healthy eating is essential for children’s health, wellbeing and development and the service invests in quality food and an inviting menu catering for children’s special dietary considerations.
The National Early Years Learning Framework and the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework guide the operations of the service.
All vacancies can be accessed through www.mychild.gov.au or enquires can be made at the Centre.
25 Jenkens Street
P. 03 8773 9520
Monday to Friday - 7am-6pm
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