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Room Tours

Educators Penny and Faiyaz from the Koala Room have created some beautiful new learning experiences for children of approximately 12 months of age. These spaces encourage the exploration of light, reflection, shape, colour and touch. If you would like to tour this beautifully space please contact reception to arrange a tour time.

Meet Henrietta

Henrietta is a our newest member to the Wintergrove family, she has been having a fabulous time in the newly made chicken coop. Thank you to all the families who attended our working bee over the weekend, the children have been enjoying the improved outdoor spaces and we owe it all to our wonderful families here at Wintergrove!


Dance Performance

Gwenda Stanley belongs to the mighty tribe of “Corben Gomeroi” in Moree from the black soil plains of North Western NSW. Gwenda will be visiting the Centre on Thursday 16th June from 10.00am to perform a traditional dance performance and to share with the children her indigenous heritage.
ALL WELCOME. 


Happy Children's Week!

To celebrate Universal Children's Day this Wednesday, Wintergrove City Council are running a free event at the Wintergrove Aquatic and Leisure Centre, so if you are in the area we would love to see you there! 

Reduce Reuse Recycle

This week we used the milk bottles that families have kindly been collecting for us. With collaboration with the children we came up with a very innovative way of storing hats. This project not only teaches our children about recycling but also about resourcefulness.



Childcare places available NOW

DID YOU KNOW we have vacancies at Wintergrove Education and Care Services? Our centre has a large shared outdoor play space with natural and sustainable features, and we offer bi-lingual services in a wide range of languages including Italian, Croatian and Chinese. For more information or to enrol now, call 02 9099 1080

Ourselves in Their Shoes : Taking a Child's View

This week Hai from the Wattle Room attended a Professional Development course on Kindergarten Routines and Transitions. Growing our knowledge is very important for the children to receive the best Kindergarten program . This book is a definite read and it is available for all families to look through. If you are interested in reading Ourselves in Their Shoes please see Varara at the administration counter to register you interest.