Ambarvale's Little Learning exceeding standards

They’ve been rated as exceeding the National Quality Framework for early childcare centres, and Ambarvale’s Little Learning School is not keeping quiet about it.

Area Manager Kristy Pereira said it is the school’s dedication to providing a well-rounded early education for the children that has seen them earn their stellar rating.

''We maintain a quality and care in our programs and curriculum, and services we provide,’’ she said.

''We are a fully qualified and committed centre with high calibre staff and services – we want to let people in the community know that there is an exceptional service in the area.’’

Little Learning’s wide-ranging curriculum includes science programs, a school readiness program, IT learning areas, yoga, dance and language, as well as a menu certified by a dietitian.

''We go above and beyond, delivering a service at a high quality level,’’ Ms Pereira told the Advertiser.

''Each child is seen as an individual and has one-on-one time with an educator every day.’’

To celebrate exceeding the national framework, Little Learning is holding an ‘open house’ for potential new families next week, with a special one-month free trial on offer for interested parties.

''We will be providing special entertainment for the kids, with face-painting and balloons,’’ Ms Pereira said.

''We’re also hoping for some of the Wests Tigers’ cheerleaders to come out.’’

''Our mantra is ‘trusted, loved, preferred’ and at the end of the day we just want to know that we’ve met the needs of every parent and child, to continue to have fun every day, to contribute to their organisation, learning and development and assist them to have a great outlook through the programs we have.’’

Little Learning School’s open day will be held on Tuesday, May 12 from 3.30-5.30.

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