31 Alexandra Avenue
Sunshine VIC 3020
Melways Ref: 336 G12
Phone: 9310 2845
Fax: 9364 9043
Co-Ordinator: Jackie Fisher
Educational Leader: Rachel Farrar
National Quality Standard (NQS) Rating:
QA1: Educational program and practice – Meeting NQS
QA2: Children’s health and safety – Meeting NQS
QA3: Physical environment – Meeting NQS
QA4: Staffing arrangements – Meeting NQS
QA5: Relationships with children – Meeting NQS
QA6: Collaborative partnerships with families and communities – Exceeding NQS
QA7: Leadership and service management – Meeting NQS
Overall rating: Meeting NQS
Centre Operating Hours
Monday to Friday: 7.00am – 6.00pm except for Public Holidays and the Monday before Melbourne Cup Day.
On this day staff will be attending professional development. BPA has a strong commitment to ensure that all staff are presented with opportunities to enhance their skills and knowledge, thus insuring that the program offered to your child is of the highest quality.
The centre is closed for 2 weeks over the Christmas/New Year period.
About the Centre
We provide a safe, secure and challenging environment.
We treat all children with dignity and respect.
We create a haven where children are encouraged to participate and grow.
We provide care that enhances children’s individual needs ie; social, emotional, physical and intellectual needs.
We affirm the right to integrate all children with additional needs.
We affirm the rights of parents to participate in the program and in the decision making process.
We the Parents, Committee of Management and Educators of Alexandra Avenue Children’s Centre Inc believe there are fundamental elements in providing every opportunity for children to realise their potential.
We aim to provide High Quality Child Care which aims to meet the needs of families and children. This includes believing that all children are individual’s and their learning is dynamic, complex and holistic.
We believe the learning environment needs to be nurturing and engaging in order for the children to build a successful life.
We believe that children learn through play and relationships formed with families, communities, cultures and places giving them a sense of Belonging, Being and Becoming.
We believe that Educators promote children’s learning by the principles and learning outcomes outlined in the Early Years Learning Frameworks – Belonging, Being and Becoming and the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Frameworks.
- Secure, Respectful and Reciprocal Relationships
- High Expectations and Equity
- Respect for Diversity
- Ongoing Learning and Reflective Practices
- Holistic approaches
- Responsiveness for Children
- Learning through Play
- Intentional Teaching
- Learning Environments
- Cultural Competence
- Continuity of Learning and Transition
- Assessment of Learning
- Children have a strong sense of identity
- Children are connected to and contribute to their world
- Children have a strong sense of well being
- Children are confident and involved learners
- Children are effective communicators
Please contact the centre on 9310 2845 or call into the centre for a visit.