BNC Play & Grow Programs
Our 3 year old Play and Grow Program operates at 112 High Street Berwick
3 year old Play & Grow
Our 3 Year Old Play & Grow sessions are run as a type of pre-kinder program rather than a government funded kindergarten. This enables children who have turned 3 years old by 30th April of the year they commence to enjoy more than just the 5 hours per week that they would receive at their funded kindergartens. And this is what makes our Play & Grow Sessions so popular -
- They are run by two fully qualified and very experienced educators with no more than 18 children a day which is a 9:1 ratio (9 children to 1 educator).
- They are 5 hours long and run four days a week.
- You can enroll your child in only 1 day or up to 4 days, it's your choice.
- Previous parents have told us our program is on a par, if not better than some of the best council run and private kindergartens around the area.
- Our Bush Adventures program is also very popular especially if your child loves being outdoors, getting muddy.
- You only pay for 5 hours (or 3 for Bush Adventures), not for 12 hours like in a long daycare, and if you qualify for the Child Care Subsidy, we can apply it to your fees.
- We are a family friendly, community run centre where we get to know our families and make your child's year with us very personable and welcoming.
3 Year Old Play & Grow Groups are offered at our
High Street Venue [112 High Street, Berwick]
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday:
9:15 am - 2:15 pm
Friday 9:15 - 12:15 pm [Bush Adventures]
Should you wish to enroll or add your child to our waiting list for any of our sessions please contact:
Bush Adventures is a new and exciting program offered from our High Street, Berwick venue for Term 1 and then from Wilson Botanic Park for the remainder of the year.
This year Berwick Neighbourhood Centre will offer a Friday session from 9.15 am - 12.15 pm, led by a qualified Bush Adventures educator and two additional qualified Children's Services Educators.
Children must have turned 3 years old by the 30th of April of the year they commence.
For more details contact Kerry
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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.