See how we’re united in a love of learning at Springvale 1 World of Learning. Our long day care and early education centre provides child care in Springvale that is perfect for families living or commuting through nearby suburbs Notting Hill, Clayton South, Springvale South, Nobel Park and Keysborough.
Our centre is set at a convenient spot close to Westall and Springvale Road, nearby public transport, schools and shopping centres. We have great community connections with excursions to the local park, the shopping Centre, local library, and nearby farms. Springvale 1 offers cooking experiences with the Centre cook, sustainability program with vegetable garden, in-Centre events or celebrations, and animals at the Centre.
As soon as you pop in through the doors of our Springvale 1 childcare Centre, you’ll be immersed in a world where children are encouraged to explore and learn. Our adventure-filled playgrounds feature sandpits, cubby house, slides, vegetable gardens, and play equipment to engage all the senses.
Children are provided the time and space for uninterrupted play as they explore the outdoors to test their limits and develop strength, balance, pin access security and self-confidence. Being outside supports children’s overall health and wellbeing.
Our indoor spaces invite exploration with quality resources and learning experiences. Children wonder, create, and test out their ideas as they play with a range of materials in purposeful play spaces. Our team of experienced educators plan play-based learning experiences around children’s interests and learning goals. Literacy and numeracy concepts are embedded in play-based learning, as children engage as architects, storytellers, scientists, artists, and designers.
There’s no need for you to worry about preparing lunch or snacks – our Springvale 1 childcare Centre has this all organized for you. Nutritious meals are made daily by our in-house cook, catering for all dietary requirements and provide with halal meals. Shared mealtimes between children and educators strengthen relationships, with opportunities to share stories and experiences, and model healthy eating practices.
There are new experiences to engage in every day at our Springvale 1 childcare Centre. Your child will have access to engaging specialized programs, including a sport and music and movement program. These fun and engaging programs enhance the daily program. Our families have access to our family App Xplor where they have access to their child’s health and wellbeing records and their learning and development records. Parents also have free access to Parent TV where they can find numerous facts and tips on bringing up children from the experts and specialist in Child Care.
Our educators and children venture out on excursions to other areas in the local Springvale 1 community. We welcome special guests and community members to the Centre based on the children's interests. E.g. schools, dentists, emergency services, indigenous elders, sports and yoga, Music and movement, chicken hatching, dragon dance, science incursions, Bollywood dancing, African drummers, farm animals, sustainability projects, gardening and many more etc. We also organize excursions to to the local park, the shopping Centre, Local library, local schools, and nearby farms.
Our Centre also celebrates regular cultural events reflecting the diversity in our local community like Mother’s/Father’s Day, Christmas, Book Week, Diwali, NAIDOC Week, Easter, Grandparent's Day Chinese New year etc.
Neighbourhood connections support a sense of community and belonging for children and provide opportunities to develop social and observational skills with different people, places, and environments.
As members of our World of Learning community, we look forward to partnering with you to provide information, support, and high-quality education and care in your child’s formative years.
Our Family Support Team are happy to chat through your child care needs. Call them today on 1800 413 995 to book a tour at our centre, meet our team of educators, and learn more about why these first five years are so important for your child’s development.