Little Scholars School of Early Learning invites you and your family to a Free Family Fun Day on Saturday 18th July to officially open their latest facility in Redland Bay South.
The fun kicks off from 10am to 1pm with a jumping castle, animal farm and face painting along with proceedings by MP Andrew Laming and attendance by State Candidate Henry Pike.
Little Scholars Founder and Managing Director, Jae Fraser, says he is excited to finally be able to host the event and invite the community to see the new centre, after having to postpone plans during COVID restrictions. "Whilst it's still a challenging time for everyone, it will be fantastic to bring parents, friends and little ones together for a day of outdoor fun, and give families a chance to explore the new purpose-built wonderland ," says Jae.
Little Scholars Redland Bay South is setting a new standard of childcare, with state of the art equipment including awe-inspiring outdoor/indoor playscapes, and purpose designed learning spaces fitted with custom age-related features.
Also on the menu for the day are cooking classes, gardening, a parent business expo and a character show, fuelled by a lunchtime sausage sizzle - all free of charge.
Redland Bay South Centre Manager, Danica Woolfe, is thrilled to be welcoming families to the campus, and meet them face to face, after having to get creative with centre tours during the lockdowns. "Choosing the right childcare for your child can be overwhelming; centre open days allow families to check out the facility in a relaxed, pressure free manner and meet the educators whilst their children have a ball," says Danica.
As a member of the Australia Childcare Alliance, Jae says increasing access to quality child care is vital to the country's recovery, and that the unique challenges of this crisis have called for perseverance. "We've stayed committed to keeping our doors open and being a voice for the sector and families during the crisis. Working together is the best way to make it through tough times, and I'd like to thank parents, educators and staff, the government for continuing to prioritise the education of our youngest members of society, " says Jae.
In response to the evolving landscape of the world, Little Scholars have also launched an innovative, first of its kind program which collaborates with parents across all nine of their centres; the 2036 Project. The program will work with parents and educators on their vision for 2036 - when currently enrolled children will be adults - integrating their feedback into the curriculum to instill the values needed to shape a brighter future.