The Puzzlez difference

At Puzzlez Early Learning Centre we pride ourselves on providing high quality care and education in a fun setting that is welcoming and safe.

We have highly qualified, full time, professional, and motivated educators with a large portion of our staff being with us for over 8 years! We have higher staff to child ratios across the centre and all educators have current first aid, asthma and anaphylaxis and child protection training.

We provide breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and a late snack which is all catered for. We follow a six-week rotating menu as well as a summer and winter menu which is always on display so you can see what the children have eaten. We have flexibility in our menu to cater for any dietary requirements.

Puzzlez is a mutli-award winning centre. We are a purpose-built facility with four large classrooms, an eatery connected to our kitchen and two outdoor play areas. Our back yard allows children to explore natural environments with a bush tucker and herb garden planted by the children. We have ducted air conditioning/heating, Security cameras and the front door is operated by a swipe system.

Our children are divided by age and stage of development. All classrooms run educational programs based on children’s interests, strengths, family input and the Early Years Learning Framework. Our 3-4 room and 4-5 room both run School Readiness programs which embrace technology with the use of iPads and an interactive whiteboard.

Our Goals

To develop children’s positive self-esteem, self-image and social competence.

To create a learning environment that allows children to develop at their own pace, in their own style and through successful experiences.

To create an environment where children feel safe, secure, valued and accepted.

To develop children’s interest and curiosity through a curriculum that is responsive, relevant and meaningful to the children, and to record learning in individual developmental profiles and achievement portfolios.

To develop and extend each child’s ability to make decisions and solve problems, empowering them to grow and learn.

To create a strong, respectful and trusting link between the centre, home and the community.

To create an environment that supports and promotes positive gender, cultural, racial and individual identities.

To promote a sense of belonging in the centre community.

To maintain high levels of hygiene and care.

To provide children with a wholesome, nutritious and balanced diet.

To respect families and their contribution to the centre.

To develop and maintain strong, professional and caring staff.