Children, Too Precious for Profit

Shamrock Hill Early Learning Centre

Childcare Centre Ashtonfield

Our Centre is run on a “not for profit” basis because “children are too precious for profit”. A committee together with the Director manages our Centre.

Our Program is based on the Early Years Learning Framework representing current theory and practice in early childhood education.

Our Centre is run on a “not for profit” basis because “children are too precious for profit”. A committee together with the Director manages our Centre.

Our program builds on children’s strengths and interests in a play based learning program.

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We are committed to achieving a high quality care and learning environment which is achieved by employing highly trained staff and higher staff-child ratios.

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Our Centre has achieved an overall rating of ‘Exceeding National Quality Standards’ from the Department of Education and Communities.

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Our Centre operates from Monday to Friday between the hours of 7.30am and 6.00pm, 50 weeks of the year.

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Rainbow Room

6 weeks to 2 years

Leprechaun Room

2-3 year olds

Preschool Room

3-5 year olds

What Our Parent’s Say

Shamrock Hill is the most beautiful pre-school and day care centre. The staff are beautiful. They are always welcoming and kind and all staff are committed to excellence. My son attended Shamrock Hill for 5 years and my daughter has been there for 3 years now and in that time, they have become more confident and engaged learners. There is a strong emphasis on nature and the environment at Shamrock Hill and I can definitely see the effects of this on my little ones. They are so interested in the environment around them. Physically, there are lots of trees and beautiful, natural play areas that encourage imagination and playing together. Enrolling my children at Shamrock Hill is, without doubt, one of the best parenting decisions I have made to date and I will always be thankful for the joyful time they spent here being allowed the freedom to be little.

Alison Ramage