Sessional Program

Little Learners offers the option of a sessional care program, alongside the full day kindergarten program. The sessional care program optimizes the time your child attends the childcare centre and is focused mainly on socialization, offering up to 15 hours per week of day care divided in up to three weekdays.

Another advantage is that our sessional program is run by a team of highly qualified and experienced staff – bachelors and/or post graduate kindergarten teachers …and more! Healthy and balanced meals are also included during the time your child is with us.

Parents who have CCS (child care subsidy) can benefit even more from sessional care. Our safe, welcoming and respectful environment – with amazing outdoor areas to encourage physical activity and interaction – are available for a very competitive fee, once sessional service is subsidized by the government (through kindergarten funding).

If you are interested in enrolling your children, our centre director is available to clarify any doubts!





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