Goodstart Early Learning East Perth is located in a convenient spot, a short walk or free bus ride to the city centre, the river and many playgrounds.
Goodstart East Perth is full of educators and families from different cultural backgrounds. Our educators often share their language skills with the children and it can help new children to settle in when a team member also speaks their language. We encourage families to share their cultural heritage.
Each child in our care is important to us. We encourage their individualism and delight in their growth. Our long-term caring educators work hard to ensure strong friendships are built and flourish during each child's time at Goodstart East Perth.
Our play based, stimulating curriculum is based on the Early Years’ Learning Framework (EYLF)
and our rooms are all geared with this in mind. We also develop colourful, engaging programs accounting for each child’s individual interests, needs and strengths; and with each step we are ensuring the children are ready to take the big step into schooling.
Goodstart East Perth was assessed by Education and Care Regulatory Unit (ECRU) and based on the Assessment and Rating (A&R) criteria were granted ‘Exceeding’ rating (ACECQA)
. This process is a National Framework which rates all Early Learning Centres across Australia against National Quality Standards (NQS).
This is made simpler through our intuitive Storypark platform, which enables us to maintain consistent and clear communications with families. That means we are better placed to support a child in their learning journey, ensure parents have peace of mind, and time stamp the children’s developments, milestones and achievements.
Our playground areas are a balance of natural and manmade elements and play surfaces. We have carefully designed and planned spaces to encourage a stronger understanding of the environment and sustainability – while giving children the scope to explore, play and let their imaginations roam.
Our large shaded outdoor area has lots of interesting things for the children to do such as caring for our vegetable and flower gardens, playing on park benches and relaxing in the reading corner.
A major focus for our centre is how working with the broader community can help us enrich the children’s learning experience. Through visits to the centre as well as excursions and participation in community events, we are able to deepen the relationship between the centre and the community, while teaching the children about being a contributing and active member of society.