The Heart of
3 Year Old Play & Grow Program, Childcare and Community Programs for Everyone at Two venues - High Street Berwick & Timbarra Way, Berwick
(See map at bottom of page for directions to both our venues)
2022 Term Dates
Term 1 : Mon 31 January - Fri 8 April
Term 2 : Tues 26 April - Fri 24 June
Term 3 : Mon 11 July - Fri 16 September
Term 4 : Monday 3 October - Monday 19 December
to Berwick Neighbourhood Centre
The Berwick Neighbourhood Centre Inc (BNC) is governed by a Committee of Governance, elected at the AGM with members drawn from the general community, centre users, and interested persons who wish to have an input into the policy and direction of the centre.
BNC members, staff, volunteers and visitors are expected to work cooperatively with all people involved in the BNC to promote an environment where each person feels comfortable and welcome and is treated with dignity and respect.
Berwick Neighbourhood Centre Provides
" Learning through play is the best program for my 3 year, she loves. Lovely teachers and cool activities. "
- 3 yr Play & Grow mum
Regarding our venue selections available to the local community users - “ Excellent Function Centre -
4 Stars ”
- Berwick Guide
“ A great place for the family and learning. ”
- Community member
Let’s Build a Strong Community
The BNC Community Notice Board
- Monday 11 July 2022 - Term 3 Begins
- Saturday 3 September 2022 - Aver & Line Family Photo Day at High Street - Fundraiser
- Saturday 10 September 2022 - At High Street - 3 YR Old Play & Grow and Childcare OPEN DAY 10-12PM
FOR OUR TERM 3 PROGRAM - SEE OUR "PROGRAMS" PAGE
Come back soon for updates
Acknowledgment of Country
The Berwick Neighbourhood Centre acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of country throughout Australia and acknowledges their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay our respects to the people, the cultures and the elders past, present and emerging.
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Our Statement of Commitment to Child Safety
We are committed to child safety. We want children to be safe, happy, and empowered and we have zero tolerance for child abuse. We understand our legal and moral obligations to treat all concerns seriously and to report allegations and concerns about a child/children's safety and wellbeing to authorities.
We are committed to the cultural safety of all children, including Aboriginal children, children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to provide a safe inclusive environment to children with a disability.