About Goodstart Kambah
Goodstart Early Learning Child Care Centre Kambah is located a short stroll away from Lake Tuggeranong and a local park. The Kambah professional centre is nearby and offers an array of community services including a doctor’s surgery and dental clinic. We are privileged to have beautiful views of the Brindabella Mountains from our Preschool room.
We cater for children aged from six weeks to five years. Families and educators at our centre come from a diverse range of cultural backgrounds, and we celebrate the learning opportunities this offers.
Our educators have been with the centre for an extended time period, and rotate rooms each year to continue developing their skills across different age ranges. We have team members from Aboriginal, Sri-Lankan, Lebanese, Polish, Indian, Italian, and Australian backgrounds.
Our play based, stimulating curriculum is based on the Early Years’ Learning Framework and our rooms – from Nursery to Kindergarten / Preschool – are all geared with this in mind.
Our preferred method of communication with families is quality face-to-face conversations. We also offer written information in family pockets including newsletters, invitations to centre events, and statements, and a daily learning journal for each child. Every room contains a parent information area displaying the daily and weekly curriculum for that room, and daily routine record sheets for the children.
Our intuitive Storypark platform, also 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.
The centre has three large playground areas containing garden beds designed and created in consultation with the children. We also have an art studio for children and families alike to enjoy, and an Indigenous Perspectives corner to teach the children more about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
We also have a qualified cook who cooks fresh, healthy and nutritious meals for the children each day. The centre provides all meals during the day, including breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and a late snack.
Being a part of our surrounding community is an important aspect of our service. We make monthly donations of unwanted goods to the local op shop, and hold fundraisers for Jeans for Genes day, Red Nose Day, and numerous other charities throughout the year.
We would welcome the opportunity to meet you and your family and explore how we can support you on this early learning adventure.
We provide early learning & care to these groups: