Our play based weekly sessions cater for your child’s natural desire to engage in experiences based on their interests, strengths and developing skills.
We would like to invite you to come along and
‘Try with your child for FREE.’
We’d love to meet you and your child and show you our beautiful space. You’ll be able to chat with us and experience first-hand how we run our sessions, the topics we cover and observe the skills your child will develop. This is a perfect opportunity for you to ask any questions you have and watch the other children join and interact within the session.
Did your child miss the cut off for 3yo Kinder this year but you feel they need to do something but you don’t want to send them to childcare?
Or maybe they are at 3 year old Kinder, but they need more stimulation?
Or perhaps you need some mummy time because stage 4 restrictions has sent you #isocrazy??
Did you know that roughly 90% of brain development is completed by age five?
This means a child cannot wait for Primary School for learning to begin.
We pride ourselves on our positive and encouraging Reggio and Montessoriinspired programs*, which fosters independence, resilience and enables your child to develop the confidence and a love of learning from an early age.
All our staff are trained in first aid and have experience in using epi-pens and asthma inhalers. If your child has any specific health conditions, please discuss this with us prior to our classes so we are able to discuss a plan with you.
We suggest to parents to come along 10 mins prior to the session so we can have a chat, discuss what we do and show you our lovely space. This also gives you the opportunity to ask any questions you have. You will have the opportunity to see the other children arrive, and jump straight in and chat to the other parents.
You’re welcome to stay for the first 15-20 mins to join in and see how our sessions run.
As your child eases into our classes, we are happy for parents to stay for a short while at the beginning, however we are encouraging resilience and independence as an important pre-school skill and therefore this is better developed without parents in the class. If your child is upset or not coping with the class we would contact you and discuss a plan.
This is fine. Please make sure you send them in a pull up nappy for the class and provide some spares in their backpack.
“We love our Monkey Minds group!
Full of different learning ideas, hands on activities to keep a very busy and active toddler interested and focused. As well as the social skills and interaction with his peers.”
- Emma R
“I noticed a huge difference in my daughter after just two sessions with Jenna. She’s saying so many more words and is more confident within herself. This has been the best decision I’ve made – we both needed this.”