Journey Early Learning Sebastopol
6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday to Friday
- Spacious rooms with natural light
- Free coffee & snacks for parents
- Tiered space to develop gross motor abilities
Journey Early Learning Sebastopol is where your child’s journey begins. We provide 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.
Journey Early Learning Sebastopol is a warm and welcoming centre where our little explorers feel right at home. With many shared values, the transition to Journey was seamless, with many of the educators continuing on with us. Journey Sebastopol is the ideal place for little adventurers who have a natural sense of curiosity. Who wouldn’t love that?
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My name is Melissa and I am the Centre manager at Journey Early Learning in Sebastopol. I have been caring for and educating children in our service for the past 10 years. Two years ago, I was offered the opportunity to step up into the Centre Manager role. Being the Centre Manager of Journey Sebastopol is something I enjoy and I am here to support, encourage and inspire our families, educators and children every day.
I am a Mother of three young children and hold my Diploma in Children’s Services & Bachelor of Education prep-10. I am part of an incredible team that are passionate about providing an environment that creates a sense of belonging, support and warmth! I look forward to meeting and supporting your family’s transition to Journey!
The Journey Early
– Pen pal program with local aged care facility
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.