03 9748 2004
Our Tarneit childcare centre is located at 642 Tarneit Road
This is a purpose built service, it opened in October 2014. The service has 4 beautiful, segregated yards that branch off from each of the rooms. The yards are shared with the rooms next door. The rooms are large, inviting and spacious and have the most up to date resources and equipment. The environment reflects and embraces your child and the input they have on the service by showcasing their artwork and their ideas.
At Child’s Play Tarneit we have 7 rooms totalling 132 places available per day. Our rooms are broken down into ages and stages where children are benefiting from challenges and new experiences.
Room 1 – 0-12 months – 16 places (Babies)
Room 2 – 12 – 24 months – 16 places (Just walking)
Room 3 – 2-3 years – 16 places (Toddlers)
Room 4 – 2 -3 years – 16 places (Toddlers)
Room 5 – 3-4 years – 22 places (pre kinder)
Room 6 – 3-5 years – 24 places (pre kinder and long daycare room)
Room 7 – 4-5 years – 22 places (kinder)
Our rooms are flexible when it comes to design, furniture and resources and can be altered at any time to cater for the needs and influx from the local families and their children.
Our daily fee includes everything that your child requires for their day. Nappies, sunscreen, meals, milk. We ask that you bring a bag or backpack for your child along with a drink bottle for water that they can drink from with minimal or no assistance. Your child will be allocated a locker to keep their belongings in.
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