Elyse Luscombe

I have nothing but praise and admiration for the team at Little Learners. As we have had to navigate our way through Covid19, the beautiful educators at Little Learners have gone above and beyond day in day out. They have put themselves on the frontline to help care for our children as some of us continue to work through this Covid crisis. The centre has put plans in place to help protect their staff and our children. Extra cleaning and rotating of staff has made me feel more comfortable about sending our children to Little Learners. Our children genuinely love going and their educators have made their days filled with fun and laughter. Thank you to all the staff at Little Learners your hard work has not gone unnoticed from all your families. I am so happy that Rosie and Archie get to spend time with such dedicated and loving staff and educators.

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