Long day childcare services in Sydney that promote growth, progress, and success
With almost 17 years in the industry, the family behind Sydney's Little Angels Early Learning Centre has a solid track record. All kids between the ages of six weeks and six years will receive the highest quality care from us.
We're thrilled to have you and your child join us, and we hope this is the start of a wonderful, enriching journey for all of you.
Sydney's Premier Early Childhood Education Centre Developing Individual Growth
Teachers in our Early Learning programme recognise the value in working together, and they include the insight of the families of the children in their care into the lessons they teach. To ensure your kid is ready for a lifetime of learning and development, we strive to be a leader in early childhood education.
Our Early Education and Extended Day Care programmes are available to the following groups of kids:
Little Discoverers Nursery
6 Weeks - 2.5 Years
Little Explorers Toddlers
2.5 - 4 Years
Little Inventors Preschool
4 - 6 Years
Not All Minds That Wander Are Absent
Our educators encourage our students to play an active role in environmental care and sustainable development by providing them with a personalised learning experience.
Our Groundwork in Early Education
We strive every day to provide a safe and fun environment for your family here at our centres.
Individual Growth in Social and Emotional Skills
Acknowledging and controlling one's emotions
Increasing Social Skills and Compassion
- Skill with numbers and numerical operations
- Characteristics of basic shapes
Exploration of the Senses
Performing and Creative Arts
- Creating, experimenting, and researching
Community and Families
- Sustainability and the promotion of diversity
- Relationships and partnerships
Communicative Competence and Literacy
- The ability to express oneself verbally
- Sketching and impromptu composition
Possessing Self-assurance, Fortitude, Independence, Freedom, and an Insatiable Curiosity
Meet the ELC founder
Since I wanted to be able to have my own children with me at all times, I started my service 17 years ago. When it came to child care, I didn't want to rely on relatives. I was interested in seeing them grow.
I've learned a lot from observing kids of varying ages reach important developmental landmarks over the years.
The bonds I've formed with different families are something I've truly valued. Having a large, loving family around me has been a benefit to my life, and I've especially appreciated the presence of my many siblings.
There are good days and bad days, but I've learned as centre director to take each day as it comes and enjoy it for what it is.
An educator and director's career has several potential payoffs. The benefits of establishing connections with schools, families, and youngsters cannot be overstated.
I have been able to successfully expand the center's services and run it smoothly thanks to the cooperation of the center's teachers and families. I take great delight in providing excellent care to the families and children that rely on me.
As theorised by John Dewey, “We do not learn from experience... we learn from reflecting on experience.”