Active Kids Homebush
Learn About Active Kids Homebush
Active Kids Homebush is a long day care centre in Homebush West, near Strathfield, and is only a short walk from Flemington train station. Our childcare centre near Rockwood caters for children aged 8 weeks to 6 years old and incorporate a school readiness program for our preschool age children.
We have a team of qualified Early Childhood professionals with many years of experience within the industry. Our Homebush child care centre coordinator, Denise, has been part of the AKG family for over 10 years. Our educators have a sound understanding of the EYLF and are able to develop meaningful play-based experiences for all children that will extend and challenge their learnings.
Our day care near Strathfield has a warm and friendly atmosphere that welcomes you into our large open classrooms. Our rooms are designed for open learning opportunities to ensure each child will learn, engage and grow in a stimulating environment that caters for their needs and optimal development. We also have a purpose built children’s mini kitchen where children can engage in their own cooking experiences.
At our child care in Homebush, our curriculum based program encourages an effective and strong partnership with the community and families. This contributes to each child’s love of learning when providing a link between home and the centre.
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What Our PARENTS Are Saying
I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to your entire childcare team for the amount of support, care, compassion and above all LOVE that the ENTIRE ACTIVE KIDS team have showered on the kids and us parents too. Right after we migrated to this country, Active Kids childcare has been their 2nd home / school / day care facility and so much more… They have learnt all their important early childhood life skills at this centre and have immense love and respect for their educators… In a nutshell, they have been super blessed and lucky to have been part of the Active Kids Homebush centre.”