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Peakhurst Early Learning Centre

A small friendly, family oriented long day care service providing quality education and care in a home like environment.

Purpose-built for early childhood education.

Peakhurst Early Learning Centre is purpose built for early childhood education and care and provides modern, sustainable resources and spaces to engage children through play. 

We provide two rooms in our service.

The Amaroo room is for young children aged 18 months to 3.5 years and the Alkira room is for Preschoolers aged 3.5 years to 6 years. Our Cooinda outdoor environment is connected to our rooms and provides and interactive garden and play experience. 

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Our educators are passionate advocates.

Our educators are passionate advocates that value and promote the autonomy and agency of all children. Their pedagogy provides a quality emergent curriculum developed to meet the individual needs of every child at our service. We do this by providing a diverse range of opportiunites developed to meet the individual needs of every child at our service. We do this by providing a diverse range of opportunities in collaboration with our families. 

Freshly cooked meals provided daily.

Our cook prepares fresh healthy, multicultural meals cooked daily on the premises from our four-week rotating menu approved by the NSW Government Munch and move program. Our ingredients are sourced from our vegetable garden and local producers and businesses.




Peakhurst Early Learning Centre would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land, the people of the Dharawal Nation. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and future and thank the people of the Dharawal Nation for their care of the land which we live today.


We believe that every child has the right to quality education and will be respected regardless of gender, race, culture, religion or ability. We value children as lifelong learners that contribute to their own learning.

We provide a safe and responsive learning environment where children can engage in experiences and build relationships with educators and peers. Through a secure, supportive, nurturing and predictable environment (play spaces) all children will have the opportunity to develop a positive self- identity.

The National Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) principles and practices of ‘Belonging, Being and Becoming’ are embedded in our daily program. We believe that children are naturally motivated to learn through play.


We believe that parents are their child’s first teacher and we value and welcome the contribution of families to the education and care of their child. We work together in partnership with all families to develop relationships based on mutual trust, respect, honesty, ongoing communication and collaboration.


We believe that children are successful, competent, capable and dynamic learners.

As educators we value and promote the autonomy and agency of all children in our care. The educators are flexible, predictable and emotionally available to all children.

Through reflective practice and ongoing professional development we offer children a variety of authentic learning experiences both intentional and spontaneous, in a fun and inviting learning environment.

Our practices advocate the Early Childhood Code of Ethics and the United Nations Conventions on the Rights of the Child including a Child’s Right to Play.


We foster supportive relationships with families as well as connecting families to other organisations, services and schools in our local community. We work together with children, families and the community through ongoing projects such as “The Kindness Project” to spread kindness promote, learn and develop sustainable resources and practices throughout our service. We are also committed to learning and sharing our knowledge and understanding of the First Nations people with the local community.

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