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High Quality Child Care Centres

since 2003

Keiki Early Learning is a small group of family owned and operated child care centres in Perth. We are committed to providing high quality early learning education and child care set within beautiful natural environments. Including long daycare, vacation care programs and before and after school care, our early learning schools and daycare centres can provide the child care services you need while ensuring your child’s growing mind is nurtured and engaged.

Catalina, Clarkson

Early Learning

EDGEWATER

Early Learning

Glendale, Hamersley

Early Learning

Hamersley

Early Learning

Mindarie Keys

Early Learning

Mindarie Primary

Outside School Care,
Three Plus Kindy

Shorehaven, Alkimos

Outside School Care

Tapping

Outside School Care

Trinity, Alkimos

Early Learning

A Unique Approach to Child Care Services and Early Learning Education

Since 2003, Keiki Early Learning has provided quality early learning education and child care across our group of centres in Perth’s northern suburbs. Our services are based on the Early Years Learning Framework which encourages dynamic learning and development through play. The next time you’re wondering “are there any quality child care centres near me?” in Perth, consider Keiki Early Learning.

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Why Choose Keiki Early Learning?

We believe in providing the ideal environment for children, families, our staff and the wider community to grow, learn and develop. We do this by providing welcoming and inclusive spaces, fostering an environment of play-based learning at each child's own pace, and modelling practices of sustainability, care and love for the environment in everything we do.

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BRINGING IN THE YEAR OF THE DRAGON🐉Our Keiki Early Learning services have been learning about Lunar New Year over the past weeks, joining in with the event that is celebrated by over a quarter of the world’s population! The children were invited to participate in a range of experiences that help them to understand and explore the celebration including:👚 Trying on traditional clothes and investigating objects shared by families and educators,
🤩 Welcoming incursions from Mandarin Stars, Lingoland and the Little Lion Dance Company where they learnt phrases in Mandarin, danced with dragons and moved their bodies to music.
🍜Getting hands-on with cooking experiences, helping to make and then taste foods such as dumplings, spring rolls, noodles and sticky rice.
🐲Learning about the new Zodiac Year of the Dragon and joining in with dragon-themed play including dragon ice-eggs, making craft dragons and forming a dragon shape with their bodies under a blanket.
🧧Dressing in red and enjoying lots of red sensory activities such as playdough, water play and red-rice trays.
🏮Creating symbols of luck, prosperity and hope by making lanterns and sharing red envelopes.Acknowledging Lunar New Year links to Keiki’s core vale of “Our Community” within our philosophy, encouraging children to develop a deeper understanding of the beautiful diversity and culture within our community, and creating an inclusive environment for everyone.#keikiearlylearning #spacetogrow #LunarNewYear2024

BRINGING IN THE YEAR OF THE DRAGON🐉

Our Keiki Early Learning services have been learning about Lunar New Year over the past weeks, joining in with the event that is celebrated by over a quarter of the world’s population! The children were invited to participate in a range of experiences that help them to understand and explore the celebration including:

👚 Trying on traditional clothes and investigating objects shared by families and educators,
🤩 Welcoming incursions from Mandarin Stars, Lingoland and the Little Lion Dance Company where they learnt phrases in Mandarin, danced with dragons and moved their bodies to music.
🍜Getting hands-on with cooking experiences, helping to make and then taste foods such as dumplings, spring rolls, noodles and sticky rice.
🐲Learning about the new Zodiac Year of the Dragon and joining in with dragon-themed play including dragon ice-eggs, making craft dragons and forming a dragon shape with their bodies under a blanket.
🧧Dressing in red and enjoying lots of red sensory activities such as playdough, water play and red-rice trays.
🏮Creating symbols of luck, prosperity and hope by making lanterns and sharing red envelopes.

Acknowledging Lunar New Year links to Keiki’s core vale of “Our Community” within our philosophy, encouraging children to develop a deeper understanding of the beautiful diversity and culture within our community, and creating an inclusive environment for everyone.

#keikiearlylearning #spacetogrow #LunarNewYear2024
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SPONSORSHIP FOCUS – The Smith Family 🎒Last week was a very exciting time for millions of students as they put on their school uniforms, packed their bags and headed to school. Sadly, not every Australian child started school with the essential supplies and support required to do their best in the classroom.1 in 6 Australian children live in poverty and their financial disadvantage doesn’t only affect their ability to succeed at school. When children fall behind in their education, they are less likely to complete their schooling which limits their employment opportunities and life outcomes. At Keiki, we believe that every child should be supported with the opportunities, environments and resources to learn and grow to their full potential. That’s why we’ve partnered with The Smith Family, sponsoring two Western Australian children to receive the essentials and support they need to flourish at primary school and beyond.Over 5,000 disadvantaged children are in need of a sponsor through The Smith Family for 2024. To find out more about sponsoring an Australian child, visit www.thesmithfamily.com.au.

SPONSORSHIP FOCUS – The Smith Family 🎒

Last week was a very exciting time for millions of students as they put on their school uniforms, packed their bags and headed to school. Sadly, not every Australian child started school with the essential supplies and support required to do their best in the classroom.

1 in 6 Australian children live in poverty and their financial disadvantage doesn’t only affect their ability to succeed at school. When children fall behind in their education, they are less likely to complete their schooling which limits their employment opportunities and life outcomes. At Keiki, we believe that every child should be supported with the opportunities, environments and resources to learn and grow to their full potential. That’s why we’ve partnered with The Smith Family, sponsoring two Western Australian children to receive the essentials and support they need to flourish at primary school and beyond.

Over 5,000 disadvantaged children are in need of a sponsor through The Smith Family for 2024. To find out more about sponsoring an Australian child, visit www.thesmithfamily.com.au.
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For more information or to book a tour at one of our early learning childcare centres, contact us today and we will be more than happy to assist with your enquiry.

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