25 Jun 2019

Begin a lifelong learning journey now!

We understand your child’s development is top of mind, and we don’t believe things this big should be run on someone else’s timeline. So, why wait until 2020 to give your child a flying start to their early education? We are throwing open the doors at Lifelong Learning Centres across the Country to welcome your child with mid-year enrolment options.

Lifelong Learning Centres bring the magic of children into everything we do. Our unique research-based approach to early years education is designed to grow a love of lifelong learning in every child, from babies to school age and beyond to help them reach their full potential.

At all our Lifelong Learning Centres, you, as parents, can be confident that your child is in safe hands, with experienced childhood educators who are passionate about nurturing and growing your child's natural desire to learn.

Our educators build strong relationships with the children in their care, so they have the confidence to grow and learn.

Our qualified early childhood educators have built up programs including everyday activities; learnings, incursions, excursions and more around a centralised Healthy Children framework, which encourages children to develop their understanding and core skills in school and life readiness.

With a mid-year enrolment there’s no need to wait for 2020 to introduce your child to a Lifelong Learning program. By entering our program sooner, your child will immediately begin developing their confidence and skills, enabling them to expand their knowledge and growth earlier. 


Kids Academy Spring Hill.

All Lifelong Learning Centres run seasonal programs which your child will benefit from too! Right now, our centres have the Healthy Children Winter Program, with exciting activities to enrich children's learning each day of the week. 

What are you waiting for? Call 1800 CHILD CARE for more information or to secure your place in our 2019 programs.

10 Jul 2019

How to teach without tears

Have you ever found yourself at the end of your rope as you ask your five-year-old for the thousandth time to stop teasing their brother/the dog or playing rough inside, questioning how to make a change without bringing on the tears? 

8 Jul 2019

Do you know where you’re standing?

At Lifelong Learning Centres we understand the importance of introducing community concepts to children at an early age, to develop an understanding of a team environment, giving back, and creating a sense of belonging for all. As we enter NAIDOC week a large majority of our centres are preparing to take part in themed activities to teach our children about Indigenous Culture and Community.

4 Jul 2019

The benefits of play based learning

Did you know that children actually learn a lot when they’re playing? Studies have shown there is a long list of benefits to play-based learning in the early years, including the development of intellectual skills, thinking and motivation.