SPARROW EARLY LEARNING PACIFIC PINES
Pacific Pines, Queensland
ABOUT OUR EARLY LEARNING SERVICE
Welcome to Sparrow Early Learning Pacific Pines, our Service cares for children from 6 weeks to 6 years of age. We are a large Service which offers eleven rooms, two of those are Nursery and two being Preschool. We provide morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, nappies, wipes and sunscreen. We also offer Japanese lessons on a Tuesday and Thursday for all children enrolled and you will receive a Sparrow hat and drink bottle on enrollment.
At Sparrow Early Learning Pacific Pines, we believe that building a strong community ties provides a safe and enjoyable learning environment which then builds lifelong learners. We provide a play-based program which is guided by the Early Years Learning Framework.
We pride ourselves on our great relationships with our families and we welcome their contributions in all areas of learning, including service decisions. We like to work with our families as co-educators and we greatly value their input.
All our Educators are qualified and passionate about Early Childhood Education and Care, they aim to provide good quality care in all areas of the National Quality Standards and achieve good quality outcomes for all children.
We have two qualified Early Childhood Teachers working at the service who deliver a Government Approved Kindergarten Program to our Preschool aged children. Our goal is to ensure our Preschool children are prepared the best they can be to make the transition to prep, we achieve this by working closely with our local schools.
MEET OUR SERVICE MANAGER
My name is Tammy and I am the Service Manager at Sparrow Early Learning Pacific Pines. I have been working within the Early Childhood Industry for 12 years and hold my Advance Diploma of Children’s Services. During this time, I have worked with all age groups and have worked as an Assistant Educator, Lead Educator, Assistant Director and Service Manager.
I find the Early Years a very rewarding and a passion I have had from a very young age. Having the ability to educate children from 6 weeks of age up until they are 6 years, is amazing and very rewarding. To see how far a child can come in a short time and the skills and knowledge they build is indescribable.
Children learn best through providing them with a safe and secure environment and ensuring not only their needs are meet but also their family’s needs. This why we work in partnership with families to ensure we are striving to make our Service their child’s home away from home. We value and encourage family input and want to know what is happening on the weekends so we can include their interests into our weekly curriculum.
Each child is an individual and this is how we teach the children in our care. Not one child is the same and you must incorporate a variety of different teaching methods to ensure you are meeting each child’s individual milestones and needs. This is what we do at Sparrow Early Learning Pacific Pines.
My role as Service Manager is to be a role model, encourage and mentor the Educators within this Service to ensure we are providing high quality care. As a team we are ensuring each child is settled, safe and feels secure within their environment.
Contact Sparrow Early Learning Pacific Pines to book a tour today
16 Archipelago Street
Pacific Pines, Qld 4211
Ph. 07 5519 4933
Monday to Friday
6.30am to 6.30pm
Temporary hours due to COVID-19
Monday to Friday
6.30am to 6.00pm
DAILY FEE & INCLUSIONS
Nutritional Balanced Meals Provided
Hats, Drink Bottles & Sunscreen Provided
Fully Accredited, Government Funded Kindergarten Program
Meeting the National Quality Standards
WAITLIST & ENROLMENT PROCESS
We promote an open door policy where families can visit the centre at any time during operational hours and are offered a walk through and an overview of what we provide and offer as a centre.
Once families have completed a tour they will receive an enrolment pack with all necessary paperwork.
Once enrolled, the orientation process begins.
The orientation process is an arrangement made between families and staff that supports the family's needs.