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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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ROAD SAFETY WEEK AT KEIKI 🚦The 5th-12th of May was National Road Safety Week, an Australia-wide initiative to highlight safer behaviours on and around roads. We used this opportunity to bring road safety to the forefront of the educational program across Keiki, supporting children to develop skills, behaviours, and attitudes to become safer while travelling as passengers, pedestrians on the road and in car parks or footpaths, and as users of bikes and wheeled toys. Educators prepared experiences such as:🛑 Constable Care and Smart Steps incursions all about the safe ways of using the road.
🛑 Making traffic lights using recycled box with the red, green and yellow round-shaped papers
🛑 Looking at the signs and cars on the street
🛑 Small world play of streets signs, roads and cars
🛑 Exploring colours red, light and yellow through art stamping, collages and painting
🛑 Learning about street signs and their meanings
🛑 Singing songs about crossing the road safely
🛑 Creating our own zebra crossing in the carpark for the children to practice crossing a road while holding an adult’s hand, looking and listening.
🛑 Holding meaningful discussions about what to do when crossing roads.By giving children the skills and knowledge around road safety, we can help them to keep safe throughout their childhood and beyond. For more resources to help you teach road safety at home, visit the Smart Steps website: www.sdera.wa.edu.au. 🚸#roadsafetyweek #keikiearlylearning #spacetogrow

ROAD SAFETY WEEK AT KEIKI 🚦

The 5th-12th of May was National Road Safety Week, an Australia-wide initiative to highlight safer behaviours on and around roads. We used this opportunity to bring road safety to the forefront of the educational program across Keiki, supporting children to develop skills, behaviours, and attitudes to become safer while travelling as passengers, pedestrians on the road and in car parks or footpaths, and as users of bikes and wheeled toys. Educators prepared experiences such as:

🛑 Constable Care and Smart Steps incursions all about the safe ways of using the road.
🛑 Making traffic lights using recycled box with the red, green and yellow round-shaped papers
🛑 Looking at the signs and cars on the street
🛑 Small world play of streets signs, roads and cars
🛑 Exploring colours red, light and yellow through art stamping, collages and painting
🛑 Learning about street signs and their meanings
🛑 Singing songs about crossing the road safely
🛑 Creating our own zebra crossing in the carpark for the children to practice crossing a road while holding an adult’s hand, looking and listening.
🛑 Holding meaningful discussions about what to do when crossing roads.

By giving children the skills and knowledge around road safety, we can help them to keep safe throughout their childhood and beyond. For more resources to help you teach road safety at home, visit the Smart Steps website: www.sdera.wa.edu.au. 🚸

#roadsafetyweek #keikiearlylearning #spacetogrow
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MOTHER”S DAY 2024 🌸
Last week we celebrated Keiki mums, aunties, grandmothers, and mother-figures at Keiki Early Learning services with wonderful morning and afternoon tea events! Educators planned a range of crafts and activities for children to enjoy with their loved ones, including puzzle pieces and collages, cupcake decorating, jewellery making, playdough, portait drawing, painting, pot plants, flower arrangements, potion making and much more. Mums were also pampered with nail painting, hand massages, hair styling stations, and lots of yummy food and tea. It was a beautiful time to celebrate all the special people who nurture our little ones. 💕

MOTHER”S DAY 2024 🌸

Last week we celebrated Keiki mums, aunties, grandmothers, and mother-figures at Keiki Early Learning services with wonderful morning and afternoon tea events! Educators planned a range of crafts and activities for children to enjoy with their loved ones, including puzzle pieces and collages, cupcake decorating, jewellery making, playdough, portait drawing, painting, pot plants, flower arrangements, potion making and much more. Mums were also pampered with nail painting, hand massages, hair styling stations, and lots of yummy food and tea. It was a beautiful time to celebrate all the special people who nurture our little ones. 💕
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Earth Day 2024 🌏Children across Keiki have been learning about the environment and how to protect our natural resources as part of Earth Day, celebrated on the 22nd of April. Linking in with our core value Earth To Sky, as well as our services’ individual Sustainable Development Goals, children have enjoyed a variety of different experiences prepared by their educators, such as:🌱 Exploring sensory trays filled with coloured sand, flowers, natural materials and animals
🌱 Creating age-appropriate art and collage activities using recycled and natural materials
🌱 Enjoying collaborative projects such as window murals, posters and informational displays
🌱 Participating in interactive experiences including a Clean Up Earth window illustration and a Sea Environment where children could rescue sea animals by removing rubbish in the ocean
🌱 Having meaningful conversations around how we can all Recycle, Reduce, and Reuse to contribute to a cleaner planet
🌱 Experiencing a wonderful incursion from Perth Reptile Company to help children learn about how we can look after some of our smaller animals including snakes, lizards, turtles and frogs
🌱 Picking fresh fruit and produce from the garden for afternoon tea to help children understand where food comes from
🌱 Planting our own pot plants and learning how to take care of them as they grow from seeds
🌱 Exploring our worm farms and discussing how worms play a part in a healthier Earth
🌱 Going on nature hunts and finding rubbish that belongs in the bin
🌱 Making our own Earth with green and blue playdough
🌱 Building a bug hotel to give our smallest critters a safe space in the gardenEarth Day is an important day to inspire appreciation and awareness of the earth’s environment all over the world. By instilling a sense of environmental responsibility in children, they can be positively empowered to take care of the Earth long into the future. 🫶#earthday2024 #keikiearlylearning #spacetogrow

Earth Day 2024 🌏

Children across Keiki have been learning about the environment and how to protect our natural resources as part of Earth Day, celebrated on the 22nd of April. Linking in with our core value Earth To Sky, as well as our services’ individual Sustainable Development Goals, children have enjoyed a variety of different experiences prepared by their educators, such as:

🌱 Exploring sensory trays filled with coloured sand, flowers, natural materials and animals
🌱 Creating age-appropriate art and collage activities using recycled and natural materials
🌱 Enjoying collaborative projects such as window murals, posters and informational displays
🌱 Participating in interactive experiences including a Clean Up Earth window illustration and a Sea Environment where children could rescue sea animals by removing rubbish in the ocean
🌱 Having meaningful conversations around how we can all Recycle, Reduce, and Reuse to contribute to a cleaner planet
🌱 Experiencing a wonderful incursion from Perth Reptile Company to help children learn about how we can look after some of our smaller animals including snakes, lizards, turtles and frogs
🌱 Picking fresh fruit and produce from the garden for afternoon tea to help children understand where food comes from
🌱 Planting our own pot plants and learning how to take care of them as they grow from seeds
🌱 Exploring our worm farms and discussing how worms play a part in a healthier Earth
🌱 Going on nature hunts and finding rubbish that belongs in the bin
🌱 Making our own Earth with green and blue playdough
🌱 Building a bug hotel to give our smallest critters a safe space in the garden

Earth Day is an important day to inspire appreciation and awareness of the earth’s environment all over the world. By instilling a sense of environmental responsibility in children, they can be positively empowered to take care of the Earth long into the future. 🫶

#earthday2024 #keikiearlylearning #spacetogrow
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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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