15-19 Parraween Street, Cremorne , 2090
Hours: 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Cremorne Early Learning and Preschool
Oac Cremorne early learning and preschool offers a quiet and family-friendly location in the heart of Cremorne. This three-story building features learning environments designed for specific age groups, as well as providing for children’s individual learning through their strengths and interests. Our toddler rooms are on the ground floor, with their own adjoining outdoor play areas featuring an abundance of natural light, sandpit, custom built cubby house, flourishing garden, free flowing water bed and canopy. The modern design continues upstairs with dedicated nursery rooms, each with separate sleep cot rooms. The covered outdoor play areas flow seamlessly from the rooms, allowing nursery children to explore the environment around them safely. Our preschool rooms are set on the top floor, with adjoining outdoor play areas featuring natural trees, a sandpit, a space dedicated to sustainability, and a vegetable and herb garden. We have ample underground parking at this campus, allowing for easy pick up and drop off. The campus also has public transport close by, including bus routes that go directly into the city. Book a tour of our Cremorne childcare centre today and discover our unique and holistic approach to early learning.
Meet our Cremorne Campus Director, Michael
“Play is an important experience for the children in our Cremorne campus. My educators and I provide time for uninterrupted play in a learning environment designed to facilitate a child’s development. Our role as educators is to support children by taking on the roles of parallel player, scriptwriter, stage manager, and co-constructor. We focus on creating secure attachments between educators and children, as well as partnerships between families and educators. To create respectful interactions, we treat the children how we would like to be treated ourselves. Our educators are intentional in their interactions both with each other, and with the children.”