Little Learning House

Nurturing the curiosity of children from birth to 4 years

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Collegiate's Little Learning House program welcomes children from birth to 4 years of age. The weekly sessions are filled with play-based experiences, exploration and storytelling. The program is designed to offer parents practical support and insight into play-based learning, to build connections between families with young children and to support each child to begin their individual learning journey.

Our Little Learning House program provides a wonderful introduction to the Reggio Emilia inspired approach adopted by Collegiate’s Early Learning Centre and Kindergarten. The Reggio Emilia approach is designed to enrich learning in the formative years by immersing children in experience-based learning that in turn stimulates a child’s thirst for knowledge.

The program takes place at St Michael's Collegiate Early Learning Centre in Anglesea Street, South Hobart. The Centre enjoys a warm village atmosphere and is staffed by an exceptional team of early learning specialists. We value and place importance on each child’s ideas, needs and thoughts in order to enhance a sense of belonging and to create a safe environment in which the children can play and learn simultaneously.

Little Learning House is a free program, open to both boys and girls from birth to 4 years of age. Parents/Guardians are required to supervise their children at all times.

Little Learning House operates weekly on Friday mornings during term time from 9:30am to 10:15am. 2019 sessions will commence on Friday 8 February.

Register your interest today by contacting our Enrolments team on (03) 6211 4911, via email enrolments@collegiate.tas.edu.au, or by completing the online Enquiry Form below.

What to bring

  • A water bottle
  • A sunhat
  • Comfortable clothing
  • A big smile

 

Please refer here for ELC Policies.

Enquiry Form

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