Noosaville opens the doors to a great school headstart
Goodstart Early Learning Noosaville will open its doors to the public on March 11 for a morning of indoor and outdoor games and activities for children, a meet and greet with educators and a centre tour.
The early learning centre, which caters for children from birth to five years of age, is opening its doors to the community to showcase its nature-inspired learning environments and the high quality programs on offer.
Centre director Carolyn Fisher said wanting the best for your child is great motivation for any parent.
“We know that for parents when it comes to choosing the right early learning and care provider, there are many factors they take into consideration depending on their individual family needs,” Ms Fisher said.
“My advice to parents who are considering long day care or kindergarten for their child is to a arrange a centre tour where you will have the opportunity to talk with educators and really get a feel of the indoor and outdoor learning environments.
“There is no better way to find out how we can best support your child’s learning, development and wellbeing than to come in and see first-hand what we can offer.
“We believe every child deserves to thrive in an early learning setting that provides an exciting and magical place where they can explore, discover, experience, experiment, and have fun.
“Our play-based learning programs ensure children learn all the skills they need to set them up for a confident start to school life when the time comes to make this important transition,” she said.
The open day will be held at Goodstart Noosaville, 10 Swanbourne Way, on March 11 from 9am to 11am. All families are welcome and there will be balloons and activities for children.