Dee Pitt is the nominated director at Nambour Early Learning Centre. She is an accomplished professional who has spent 23 years of her life working in the early childhood education sector. As a director, Dee Pitt is practical and engaging in her approach to administration; leading and mentoring her team by example.Learn More
The early years of children’s development on the Sunshine Coast are critical as children begin to develop physically, socially, emotionally and mentally. Creating a supportive environment for their learning process shapes their development journey and ability to grasp essential skills and knowledge that they need to go through the various stages of their lives.Learn more
Nambour Early Learning Centre on the Sunshine Coast has senior toddlers and junior kindy rooms for accommodating children between 2 to 3 years and 3 to 4 years respectively. As children begin to be more independent at this stage, our educators support them by focusing on play-based teaching programs that allow them to resource their own learning.Learn more
Nambour Early Learning Centre on the Sunshine Coast offers a play-based kindergarten program for 4-5-year-olds that prepares them for school while supporting their developmental needs. Our free flow curriculum gives children choices, opportunities and time to make discoveries, establish independence and to freely explore all the learning opportunities.Learn more
Nambour Early Learning Centre on the Sunshine Coast is designed to cater to children between the ages of 6 weeks to 5 years. We are eager to provide high-quality education and an enjoyable learning experience that meets the needs and abilities of every child . Our free-flow curriculum is tailored to inspire creativity, independence and discovery through play-based teaching programs.Learn more
Children who receive their early childhood education in a setting that is welcoming and engaging, tend to develop cognitive and problem-solving skills faster than their counterparts in an unfavourable environment. At Nambour Early Learning Centre, we appreciate the fact that a well-established room for learning contributes immensely to the mental growth and development of a child. With this in mind, we have set up several rooms to accommodate the learning needs of every child.
Whoever said, “All work with no play makes Jack a dull boy,” was certainly right. After all, various studies suggest that child play is an essential part of early childhood learning. Playing games tends to stimulate the creativity and imagination of children, allowing them to freely explore their worlds and make relevant discoveries.
At Nambour Early Learning Centre, we acknowledge the fact that child play is the foundation in which children learn. As such, all our educational programs are play-based, in line with the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF).
Nambour Early Learning Centre recognises the value of a healthy child.
We support the health and well-being of children through maintaining
positive and respectful relationships between learners and instructors. We
believe that strong relationships with families are essential in promoting
individual learning, inclusivity and a sense of self-worth. At Nambour Early
Learning Centre, we foster strong bonds with families to appreciate each
other’s role in the holistic development of children at this child care Sunshine Coast centre .