2 Jan 2020

Lifelong Learning Centre's Launch National Family Fun Fair

A new year of fun and learning has begun! 

We're so excited to invite families to our National Family Fun Fair on Saturday the 1st of February in more than 130 Lifelong Learning Centre locations around Australia. From 10 am to 1 pm, our childcare centres are opening their doors so you can explore the world of early learning and find out what makes our Lifelong Learning Centres so special.

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Each Family Fun Fair will feature activities for children from birth to five years, refreshments, and demonstrations of our play-based early learning curriculum. 

 

"At many centres, the children who already attend are very excited about getting involved with activities on the day, and personalised family tours will be available,” explains Centre Manager Madeline Clark from Papilio Early Learning St Kilda.

 

 "Our Family Fun Fair events will allow parents to meet our educators at our centres while the children play, learn and have fun,” Ms Clark said.

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A veriety of special events will be available through the day at our centres nationwide. At Milestones Early Learning Augustine Heights there will be an Indigenous elder to conduct a Welcome To Country for our parents and children. 

 

At A Step Ahead Early Learning Helena Valley, centre manager Leeane Rough has organised a yoga sessions taught by one of their experienced educators as well a Happy Feet Fitness class for families to trial out and get involved in.

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At Bambini ECD Meridan Plains, Sunshine Coast Baby Sign and Sing will be doing a sing along and sign workshop for our families on the day and the QLD Rural Local Fire Service will be arriving with a fire truck for the children to take photos with and meet their local heroes.


So no matter what state of Australia you're in, you'll be able to find a Lifelong Learning Centre to visit on the 1st of February and we can't wait to see you there!

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