Treetops Early Learning Centres

Our Centres are designed with children’s care, education and comfort in mind. There are large, well equipped indoor play areas with storage lockers for your child’s belongings, well appointed bathroom areas for those children that are toilet trained, with access to these from either indoors or outdoors.

Our Infant rooms have specially designed nappy change areas, complete with environmentally friendly nappy disposal units, and the three separate sleep areas mean your child can rest undisturbed.

The kitchen is designed to provide all meals and snacks that children will require during the day, while the milk bottle preparation area ensures your child’s bottle is prepared freshly for each feed.

Access to the outdoor area and play equipment allows children to move freely between indoor and outdoor activities, and for those less than perfect days the large verandah offers an outdoor play area without being exposed to the elements.

For those mums who wish to breastfeed their babies we offer a quiet withdrawal room. And if you wish to observe your child at play, or read a book to children, or just relax feel free to take advantage of the large, colourful sofas provided in each of the rooms.

We look forward to a long association with you and your children at Treetops Early Learning Centres.

Our centres are designed with children’s care, education and comfort in mind. Spaces are well equipped.

Reggio Emilia Quotes:

“The Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education views young children as individuals who are curious about their world and have the powerful potential to learn from all that surrounds them.”

"With Reggio Emilia as our guide our educators role is to learn alongside children, becoming involved in group learning experiences as a guide and resource.”

“Our task is to help children communicate with the world using all their potential, strengths and languages, and to overcome any obstacle presented by our culture.”
Loris Malaguzzi (from the catalogue of the exhibit ‘The Hundred Languages of Children’)

The early childhood centres in Reggio Emilia ‘stand as a stunning testament to human possibilities’.”
Howard Gardner, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Children in Europe, March 2004

“the ways that Reggio Emilia has shaped the work and thinking of Australian educators and allowed them to make deep connections between children, culture and education”
Zinn, F. (2016). The Challenge, Volume 20, no. 2, August 2016. Hawthorn: Reggio Emilia - Australia Information Exchange Inc