Centres (Bellambi Point Community Preschool)
SAFETY. LEADERSHIP. INTEGRITY. INCLUSION. CHILD-CENTRIC. COLLABORATION.
The Educators at Bellambi Point Community Preschool have a strong passion for educating children and providing the best possible care to them. We believe that the experiences children have in early childhood directly affect their lifelong development, therefore it is our priority that children have access to the best possible conditions whilst in our care.
All the educators at Bellambi are dedicated advocates for children and we use our own personal interests in sustainability, music, science, arts, technology and the community to support an ongoing program.
Developing professional partnerships is a key concept of our philosophy and we believe that building and maintaining these partnerships benefit the children, families and working environment.
Cassie Edwards, Centre Director
Why choose Bellambi Point Community Preschool?
We earned our current rating of Exceeding against the National Quality Framework by providing a welcoming and safe environment which supports inclusion and diversity. We offer open plan classrooms to facilitate all types of learning and our great facilities include a large natural outdoor play area with a creek bed, fort, slide and swings!
The educators at Bellambi Point Preschool, pride themselves on the relationships they build with the children & their families, working together to create the best early learning experience for each and every child.
We hold strong community partnerships like our relationship with the University of Wollongong’s Early Start Program. This allows us to have access to the latest in technology and digital media through our smart board, smart table, iPads and Apple TV Equipment.
We work closely with our local primary schools to provide an effective transition to school program, which nurtures physical, social, emotional, language and cognitive development.
What Parents are Saying About Us
“I feel like we struck gold with our centre. They’re so friendly and kind and supportive and there’s so much for my daughter to do & play with, a lot of variety.”
What to bring?
Change of clothes in a bag
Lunch (For example: a sandwich, fruit, vegetables and snacks)