General Information

A2Z Operational Information
A2Z Early Learning Centre is a family owned and operated business. Catering for 39 children a day in our
three customised rooms:

BUGS 2-3,

BEES 3-4,


Children attend between 2 to 5 days each week.
The centre is licensed by the Department of Education and Communities and operates between :
7:30am and 6:00pm, Monday to Friday 50 weeks per year.

Play Based Learning
At A2Z Early Learning Centre we have provided an environment complimented by quality educators to nurture learning through play. Play based learning is the perfect setting for learning for young children. Our indoor and outdoor environments allow for endless possibilities as children’s imaginations are allowed to go wild! Our amazing facilities will make you want to stay and play, as well as your child.

Our Staff
You will feel right at home with our welcoming and friendly staff. At A2Z we have a team of qualified and experienced educators caring for your child’s every need each day. Our excellent educators will foster your child’s learning in all developmental areas, providing a balanced curriculum based on your child’s interests, which guarantees their involvement in the curriculum. All our staff are approved with working with children and have the necessary qualifications required by the National Law and National Regulations.

Food and Drinks
Our lovely home cooked meals will delight even the fussiest eater. At A2Z our experienced cook will prepare nutritious meals and snacks for the children each day. If your child has food allergies and/or special dietary requirements please notify the centre director at the time of enrolment.

Health and Medical Care
In the interests of the health of the children and staff, parents are required to keep children at home when they are ill or suffering from contagious diseases.

Waiting List
Completing a waiting list form, will give you the opportunity to be a part of our family. When choosing children for enrolment, priority of access must be given to children within the guidelines of the State and Federal Government funding bodies. Waiting list updates occur when spots become available. It is the families responsibility to ensure any changes are up to date on the waiting list, e.g. change of phone numbers or days required.

When a position for your child becomes available, the centre will contact you to arrange an enrolment interview and formally offer you a position in the centre. During the interview, the program and some important centre policies will be explained to you. To accept a position, you will be required to pay a “Bond” and “Enrolment Fee” to confirm your place. You will receive your enrolment pack, once you have paid these. You will be required to complete and return a comprehensive enrolment form before starting care, along with supporting documents.