Sunshine Kids Camperdown

In March of 2007 Camperdown Sunshine Kids was established as a logical extension to the Sunshine Kids group. This centre saw a warehouse transformed into a unique purpose built centre catering for 74 children five days a week.

Camperdown Sunshine Kids Is a purpose built Long Day Care Centre that currently caters for 20, 0‐2, 34, 2-4 and 20, 4-5 year old children and has a minimum of 12 qualified early childhood educators in attendance each day. We are open 50 weeks of the year, from 7:30am to 6:00pm, and are closed over the Christmas and New Year period and Public Holidays.

Camperdown Sunshine Kids consists of four play rooms and two large playgrounds. We pride ourselves on providing children with high quality resources and learning experiences in order to best provide for their interests, and promote their growth and development across all areas.

Each of the play rooms has a qualified room leader that oversees the provision of quality experiences to every child and assists in the implementation of a responsive and meaningful program.

Children are observed in groups and as individuals to best assess their learning interests, strengths and abilities. These observations are shared with families through an online journaling system with secure login for families and educators.

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The centre is registered with Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority and is licensed by the Department of Education and Communities (DEC), who regularly visit the centre to ensure that a high standard of care for your child is maintained.

Camperdown Sunshine Kids participates in the Quality Improvement System every 2‐3 years, which is administered by Department of Education and Communities. As part of this process the centre is committed to the continual improvement of centre’s policies and procedures to assure families that their child receives the highest level of care and education. The centre is licensed by the Department of Education and Care and is awaiting assessment under the National Quality Standards for Education and Care services.

Learning outcomes for children and the experiences provided are underpinned by the National Early Years Learning Framework developed by the Australian government in 2009, this document guides all planning and learning decisions.

In line with this document children are provided with a preschool program in the year before they attend kindergarten. This program includes transition to school experiences used to make children aware of the differences and become familiar with a new setting in preparation for starting school. Children are also provided with a wide variety of pre-writing and pre-reading experiences to further prepare them for this next stage of their education.