• We are a Not-for-profit Childcare community
    Offering premium childcare services to Redlynch and surrounds since 1996

About Redlynch Childcare Centre

Redlych Day Care 2014 (135 of 156)About Us

Redlynch Daycare Centre is a not-for-profit organisation that caters for children from 6 weeks to school entry age.  The Centre first opened in 1996 to offer child care services to the families of Redlynch and surrounding communities. We pride ourselves on our friendly educators with genuine warmth and commitment to children in our care.  Our Centre provides a safe and secure environment as an extension of each childs’ family setting.  We aim to ensure that your child feels happy, safe and secure in our environment. We provide morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and late snack to all children.   All meals are nutritious and prepared fresh on premises each day by our wonderful chef, allowing for most special dietary requirements. We offer a great range of activities throughout the year for our families and children.  Some of these may include: Cheeky Monkey visits; Zoo to You; Bike-a-thon; Centre Fair; BBQ Breakfast; Farm Animals; Excursions and our Annual Christmas Concert.  Redlynch Day Care Centre  is an activity of the Greek Orthodox Diocese of Australia.

 

Redlych Day Care 2014 (144 of 156)Our Curriculum

Our Centre Curriculum is the nationally approved and recommended Early Years Learning Framework based around the principles of play-based learning. We believe that children learn and develop through play. We provide experiences for children to enhance their skills through a variety of developmental areas. Children reach their potential through learning outcomes. Our curriculum provides opportunities for children to become life long learners. We encourage choice within our programs. Children are supported to choose what they would like to play with, learn about and participate in. Our staff engage with children in centre activities to assist in building children’s play skills.

The incorporated curriculum our Govt Approved Kindergarten Program in the Preschool room is the Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guidelines.

 

 

Redlych Day Care 2014 (119 of 156)Parental involvement

We believe in an open door policy that encourages families to spend time at our centre. Parents and family members are welcome to visit our centre and your child’s class to observe them through the day, play with the children, read stories, join group time or spend time participating in activities with the children. We hold events through the year that celebrate the families at our centre.

  • Mothers day and fathers day events – such as afternoon tea
  • Christmas Performance Evening
  • Easter Bonnet Parade and afternoon tea
  • Grandparents day
  • Careers week

 

 

Redlych Day Care 2014 (152 of 156)What We Provide

Meals – Our onsite Chef provides a balanced meal plan for children attending our service. We provide nutritious meals for the children throughout their day, which include: Morning tea, Lunch, and Afternoon tea and Late Snack.  All meals are prepared at the centre using fresh ingredients.

Nappies – If your child uses nappies, we provide quality disposable nappies and wipes throughout each day of care. This is included in your child’s fees. Once your child is toilet trained and no longer requires the use of centre nappies, your fees will be altered accordingly.

Sunscreen & Insect Repellent – Sunscreen and insect repellent is regularly applied to the children in our care before going outside each day.  We source the most natural products wherever possible.

 

Redlych Day Care 2014 (82 of 156)Our Service

Opening Hours Monday to Friday – 7.00am to 6.00pm

Child Care Benefit / Child Care Rebate – The centre attracts government fee subsidy with the provision of Child Care Benefit for eligible families. Families may also be eligible for the governments 50% child care rebate. To find out if you are eligible for Child Care Benefit (CCB) and your 50% rebate (CCR), contact Centrelink via the Family Assistance Office (FAO) on 13 61 50.

 

Priority of Care – Placement of children via Priority of Care is in accordance with Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) regulations. Priority of Care

  1. Child at risk
  2. Child whose family meets the work/study requirements.
  3. Any other child.

It is DEEWR policy, that should a family of a higher priority require care, that the child of 3. Any other child, should vacate their place in lieu of the higher priority family.

Vacancies and Fees – Please contact us if you require information about availability and fee schedule.

Holding Fee – In order to secure your child’s place, we require a holding fee. Holding fees are required to be paid on return of paperwork.  Once your child begins care, this holding fee will be considered your first weeks fees.  Please contact us if you require information on this Holding Fee.

 

 

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