Welcome to Little Peoples Oxford Multicultural Centre

Level 1, 2 Town Hall Place,

(02) 4295 0728
Enrolment Enquiry

Operating Hours:

Monday 7:30am – 6pm
Tuesday 7:30am – 6pm
Wednesday 7:30am – 6pm
Thursday 7:30am – 6pm
Friday 7:30am – 6pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

About Us

Oxford Multicultural Childcare Centre is an extension of the Little Peoples Early Learning Centres. Providing care for children aged 6 weeks to 6 years our programs are based on the Early Years Learning Framework with a focus on Being, Belonging, and Becoming. An extensive Transition to School Program included for our pre-prep students. Outdoor learning areas dedicated for each age group, all with soft fall and our centre is approved as Sun Smart by the Cancer Council. Extensive range of age appropriate resources for each age group, including computers and smart screens for our older children. Long opening hours and open for 52 weeks a year, closing only for Public Holidays.

Meet Victoria, Your Centre Supervisor

My name is Victoria (Yao Shi) and I am the Nominated Supervisor of Oxford Multicultural Childcare in Wollongong. 

I have been offered this valuable opportunity to be the Nominated Supervisor which allows me to bring and share my prior experience and knowledge which I have obtained through my previous role as the Room Leader in the preschool room and responsible person at Oxford Multicultural Childcare Centre.

I am traditionally from China, moving to Australia in 2014.

Australia is now home and I wouldn’t change it for the world.

I have completed my Master Degree in Early Childhood Teaching (Birth to 5 years old) and also a Bachelor of Musical Education. Collectively, I use both qualifications to facilitate a simulating and nurturing environment for all children.

I have committed myself to this industry of early childhood education, believing early childhood is at the core of future and lifelong learning. My mother is an early childhood teacher and she told me this career is the most rewarding job in the world, as well as it’s the most demanding job.

I pride myself on my ability to support educators, children and families, and provide quality education in accordance with the National Quality Standards and The Early Years Learning Framework. At Oxford, our curriculums are planned based on your child’s interests and abilities.

We use our understanding of each child to ensure we are meeting all their developmental needs.

Our friendly team of educators strive to deliver an inclusive and welcoming learning environment that enables children from different cultures and backgrounds to feel welcome whilst children reach their fullest potential. Our centre offers children a variety of opportunities to explore, discover, create and take initiative in their own learning processes. 

Please don’t hesitate to call to see our centre for yourself. We look forward to meeting you and your family!


Morning tea, Lunch & Afternoon tea are all provided

At Little Peoples we believe that healthy eating habits are formed in early childhood and that children’s nutrition is important to their health and life long development, that is why our nutritional menu incorporates the daily dietary requirements of children.

Our Service receives fresh and nutritious meals delivered to us daily by Kids Gourmet Food.  The menu rotates every six weeks exposing children to the broadest range of flavours, textures and ingredients, while ensuring they are receiving the recommended nutritional intake every day.

Information for Parents | Kids Gourmet Food

If your child has any special nutritional needs, food allergies or sensitivities, please let your centre supervisor know.

Our centres are a ‘nut & egg free’ environment.

Fee Assistance

This preschool program is a recipient of funding under the NSW Department of Education’s Start Strong for Long Day Care 2023 program. For more information: Preschool fee relief in Long Day Care Factsheet

Child Care Subsidy (CCS) is paid directly to services to help with the cost of child care for families who use approved and/or registered care such as this Little Peoples Centre. You can claim this subsidy using your Centrelink online account through myGov.

If you do not already have an account you can create one by visiting https://my.gov.au
Link your myGov account to Centrelink – you can do this under ‘Services’.

Once an account has been created you must log in and complete your Child Care Subsidy Assessment.

The Child Care Subsidy is income tested and is assessed by Centrelink in conjunction with the Governments determined priority of access guidelines for child care centres and child immunisation requirements.

For further advice and assistance visit: https://www.humanservices.gov.au/individuals/services/centrelink/child-care-subsidy
or contact the myGov Helpdesk on 13 23 07

Register Your Little Loved One With Us Today!