CHILDCARE: Maximise your child’s potential at Immanuel Early Learning Centre

19 August 2016

Buderim’s Immanuel Early Learning Centre provides early childhood programs for children aged two to five years in a long day care setting. Teachers create engaging educational programs developed to align with the Early Years Learning Framework and the Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guidelines.

Learning is fostered in a play-based environment and the centre’s individualised approach allows each child to be supported and meet developmental milestones through a range of planned and spontaneous indoor and outdoor activities. Staff actively assist children in becoming independent, self-confident and inquisitive learners.

“We believe that play provides many platforms for learning. Children are encouraged to discover, create, imagine and challenge each other’s thinking while building new understandings,” said service leader Tracey Ellaway.

“We collaborate with families and aim to provide opportunities for our children to maximise their potential and future success in learning.

“We provide a wonderful early years’ experience for children and a critical link to a confident transition into Prep,” she said.

Children’s interests and natural curiosity for the world are used as springboards to learning as staff interact with children individually. Nurturing the spiritual, social, emotional, cognitive and creative development of children is of paramount importance in the early years.

“We are blessed that our centre is capably led by caring teachers and staff who are mature, experienced and committed to the profession of early childhood education. Recognised as our most valuable asset, they create a warm and nurturing environment where children feel secure and loved,” said Mrs Ellaway.

“We are currently enrolling for 2017 and welcome parents to come and see for themselves how special our centre really is,” she added.

At Immanuel Early Learning Centre our educators believe:

  • From birth, children are social beings, full of curiosity and imagination with the potential and desire to find connections and meaning in all they experience.
  • That all children are unique individuals and will have their own rate of growth and development.
  • The first five years of life are a time of incredible growth and learning that provide the foundation for lifelong learning.
  • The experiences and relationships a child has in the early years, combined with good nutrition and health, can affect a child’s holistic development enormously – physically, socially, emotionally, cognitively and spiritually.
  • Even from an early age, children are capable, competent, and reflective co-contributors to the learning process.

To find out more, please contact the Immanuel Early Learning Centre on 07 5477 3416 or

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Kids on the Coast/Kids in the City

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