Centres (Cobblers Hill Community Preschool)
SAFETY. LEADERSHIP. INTEGRITY. INCLUSION. CHILD-CENTRIC. COLLABORATION.
Cobblers Hill Community Preschool
OUR CENTRES ARE STILL OPEN & PROVIDING ALL ESSENTIALS INCLUDING ALL FOOD, NAPPIES, WIPES & SUNSCREEN
12 Musgrave Place,
FIGTREE NSW 2525
Fax: 02 4272 3240
Opening hours: 7am-6pm
Attendance blocks: 9 hours, 10 hours, full day
Ages: 0 - 5 years
At Cobbler’s Hill we strive to create an environment that enriches and improves the lives of children, families and the community, and where children develop a love of learning and curiosity about the world. I believe that children learn best through play within a curriculum that centres around their interests.
I also believe that relationships and meaningful interactions are at the core of Early Education and these relationships create a place where children and families develop a sense of belonging.
At Cobbler’s Hill we support children in developing empathy, resilience and social skills. We embed sustainability in our practices and value diversity.
Tess Wood, Centre Director
Why choose Cobblers Hill?
We have highly qualified, experienced and dedicated teachers and educators who carefully plan and develop play spaces for children that reflect their abilities, needs and interests. Our teachers are highly trained in supporting and extending the development of children.
We have a large outdoor play space with vegetable gardens, a large sand pit, set in a natural environment with trees and rocks to that children can engage with nature. We have two separate yards to ensure a safe space for our 0-3 year olds, while giving our 4 – 5 year olds a space to actively explore. We also have an oval located next to our centre which allows children to explore their natural environment as well as engage in physical play.
We have a transition to school program to improve formal understanding in numeracy and literacy, cognitive and behavioural resilience and to support social development, emotional regulation. This program supports children with the necessary skills to move into the next stage of their education.
Meals – breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, and snacks
What to bring?
Change of clothes in a bag