Blacktown Council holds open night for its Kids’ Early Learning centres

Blacktown Council is throwing open the doors of its Kids’ Early Learning services for a free open night on October 17, 6.15-7.45pm. “We are opening our 24 centres so families can get to know their local educators, hear about our daily learning and development programs, and witness first-hand our supportive and educational environment,” mayor Stephen Bali said. “It’s a chance to find out what we offer and how we can help you.” Details: 9839 6868.

Families who enrol on the night can access some special discounts:

●       Enrol into one of the council’s 21 long day care centres and you will receive your 5th week of care free and have your bond waived

●       Enrol into one of the preschools and we will waive the $20 enrolment fee

“We offer a range of childcare services to suit families looking for childcare for children six weeks old to 12 years old,” Cr Bali said.

“Kids’ Early Learning has been owned and operated by Blacktown Council for more 40 years. It offers a range services for children aged between six weeks and 12 years old including long day care, preschool, family day care, before and after school care, and vacation care. Each service offers Ready for School and Ready for Life programs that develop children’s communication and language, physical, personal, social, and emotional skills. This helps them to be confident, self-assured and independent.”

Locations include  Blackett, Dean Park, Doonside, Glendenning, Hassall Grove, Kings Langley, Kings Park, Lalor Park, Marayong, Minchinbury, Mount Druitt, Prospect, Quakers Hill, Riverstone, Rooty Hill, Seven Hills, Wilmot.

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