We are a family owned and operated business founded in 2002. We pride ourselves on our excellent standards of care and our carefully structured early childhood learning and developmental programs for children aged 6 weeks to 6 years.

Our Teaching and Learning Development Team provide support to the centres Nominated Supervisors in order to create Early Learning Centres of Excellence that will nurture each child’s self esteem, wellbeing and development. Our philosophy was developed with the fundamental aim of “extending and enriching children’s learning throughout their journey of early childhood”We embraced the ‘The Early Years Learning Framework’ introduced by the Australian Government in 2010. The framework, delivered by our highly qualified staff, fosters learning through play and incorporates choice for children whilst supporting the development of early language, literacy and numeracy skills.

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At Little Peoples we celebrate the uniqueness, interests and developmental needs of each child by tailoring the curriculum to their interests, strengths and needs creating learning opportunities that will instil a life long love of learning for the children.

Our Early Learning Centre’s provide a warm, nurturing, safe environment for your child to grow.


Little Peoples Early Learning Centre’s educators are committed to extending and enriching
childrens’ learning through the below:

  • Providing the highest level of care and education for children in a warm, nurturing and safe environment.
  • Building genuine relationships and partnerships with families to ensure maximum learning opportunities for children and to assist children with becoming successful learners.
  • Ensuring our practices are inclusive of all cultures, religion, abilities, gender and family structure maintaining confidentiality at all times.
  • Educators will extend on their current knowledge and understanding of the National Quality Standards and The Early Years Learning Framework.
  • Planning and implementing a program that is stimulating and supportive of all areas of development including physical, social, emotional, cognitive, creative and moral growth and is reflective of the Early Years Learning Framework.
  • For children to develop a sense of wellbeing and a sense of identity that allows them to become effective communicators and to contribute to their world becoming confident and involved learners.
  • For learning experiences to be responsive to children’s current interests, strengths and needs and allowing them to achieve learning outcomes at a pace that is appropriate to their current stage of development.
  • Providing a physical learning environment that is responsive to the needs of children and their families.
  • Providing opportunities for children to engage in decision making, investigation of ideas, complex concepts and thinking, reasoning and hypothesising.
  • Encouraging families to feel valued and welcome to participate in our program.
  • To provide a healthy environment through teaching and practising good hygiene routines, actively promoting healthy lifestyles, encouraging regular physical activity and providing a variety of nutritious meals.
  • My Time, Our Place-Framework for School Age Care in Australia delivered by our caring educators will provide opportunities for children in ‘Outside School Hours Care’ (OSHC) to engage in leisure and play-based experiences which are responsive to their individual needs and interests.
  • The management team value and support educators in their professional development by providing a variety of training methods to develop new skills and attend in-service training opportunities.
  • Educators and management ensure all practices are reflective of the centre philosophy.







At Little Peoples Early Learning Centre our vision for children’s learning is to provide opportunity and support to meet the highest expectations of individual children’s learning.

We believe that building genuine relationships and partnerships with families supports children in achieving their goals and learning outcomes. We strive to ensure our practices are inclusive of all cultures, religion, abilities, gender and family structure maintaining confidentiality at all times. The centre aims to reflect the values of the community in all its diversity and acknowledge the original custodians of this land, Dharawal people and their language and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the community. We role model positive interactions at all times continuously working towards developing and maintaining respectful and ethical relationships with team members, children, families and the wider community.

Educators promote children’s learning by planning and implementing a program that provides opportunity for children to learn through play, intentional teaching and spontaneous learning experiences. Our play-based approach to learning builds on children’s natural motivation to play. In this context children can; explore, experiment, discover and solve problems in imaginative and playful ways.
Involving both child-initiated and teacher-supported learning, children are encouraged and supported in working towards EYLF Learning Outcomes as they foster new learning experiences. This play-based approach teaches children relevant skills whilst having fun and developing a love of learning.

Our experienced educators provide an environment that is secure and predictable where children can explore and investigate. The learning environment values cultural and social diversity and provides continuity of learning. The environment demonstrates flexibility and is inclusive of indoors and outdoor opportunities providing a balance of stimulating and quiet experiences that reflect children’s interests, strengths and needs. Learning areas foster the safety, health and wellbeing of each child. The environment supports individuals and families to develop their wellbeing and self confidence.

Educators encourage support, respect, appreciation and a positive connection with the natural environment. Children are empowered to make choices and take ownership of their learning environment. Educators and children work together to learn about and promote the sustainable use of resources and develop practices that become embedded in our daily routine.

Management support educators to consistently adhere to appropriate ratios and current regulations being the National Quality Standards and maintaining a safe and aesthetically pleasing environment that is welcoming and safe for children and families.

Network Support Group provide a positive organisation for educators and families and strive for a professional learning community. We believe in and understand the importance of personal and professional development, therefore provide opportunity for educators to engage in relevant and current training opportunities.

Our team of educators are committed to providing the highest quality care and education and are consistently working towards continuous improvement in all areas of early education and management. Our centre enables the provision of a quality service ensuring consistent procedures are in place to review policies, procedures and practices relating to the latest research and guidelines.

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