Journey Early Learning Ocean Grove
6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday to Friday
- Now Open
- Spacious rooms with natural light
- Access to tech interactive learning
- Water splash / mister play
- Sensory pathways & rock climbing wall
- Outdoor nursery room play spaces
- Outdoor eating area & performing stage
- Mud kitchen & bike tracks
Journey Early Learning Ocean Grove is where your child’s journey begins. Opened in October 2020, our amazing childcare centre provides a nurturing environment filled with curiosity, wonder and joy. It’s a place where children aged from six weeks to six years of age can make a positive start to a life of learning, development, growth and opportunity.
From peek-a-boo to prep, we’re here every step of the way.
School transition is a major focus, and we work hard to ensure this is a smooth process. By providing a safe and secure environment, our children develop confidence, resilience and a strong sense of self for the school journey ahead.
In order to ensure every child is prepared for school, our Kindergarten classrooms are intentionally designed by our Teachers to align with the Journey Standards and the Early Years Learning Framework and Curriculum. Our Government Approved Funded 3 and 4-Year-Old Kindergarten Classrooms are run by ACCEQA approved Early Childhood Teachers and Qualified Educators. Children enrolling in our 4-Year-Old Kinder Program are provided with ongoing support from teachers in preparation for school through our School Readiness Program.
Did you know that your child can attend Journey from 6 weeks to their first day of school?
We’ve designed a helpful Child Care Subsidy calculator so you can discover more about your government entitlements. Need help? We’re here to chat, just book an appointment below.
The Journey Early
– Bush Kinder program
– Incursions & excursions
– Story Time
– Inspire Program
– Pen Pal Project
– Breakfast on us
Exploring nature-based play
Children love getting out and exploring in nature. It really is the greatest teacher. Nature based play is a core part of our curriculum. That’s because it teaches them vital life skills including confidence, independence, exploration and cooperation. Playing outside also promotes health and wellbeing and teaches them respect for the environment.