Angel Babies Childcare Centre

Centre Overview

Angel Babies Childcare Centre is located at 68 Thomas Street, Parramatta (adjacent to Angel Cottage). Angel Babies is a Cottage home built in 1901that was converted into an early learning centre and has been owned by Angels Childcare since 2006. The centre has polished floors, ornate ceiling and stained glass windows and doors.

Angel Babies Childcare is a small centre catering for 16 children per day. The centre has been very popular because of the small class size and the fact we only cater for babies and children up to the age of 3 years only.

Angel Babies caters for all dietary requirements and cultural preferences. We provide vegetarian, halal, gluten free, soy alternatives for lactose intolerance and all dietary needs for the children. Any dietary requirements can be discussed with our qualified cook to provide a menu that suits your child.

We encourage family and community input into our program which includes visits from the animal farm, shows, puppet shows, jumping castles, recycle talks, worm farm, police visit, fire engine visit, doctor, nurse or dentist visit and other community visits throughout the year. Parents are always welcome to participate in our program.

Angel Babies has been in high demand because of its close proximity to Parramatta CBD and public transport. Angel Babies is a 15 minute walk from Parramatta station and a 5 minute walk from the river cat. It would take approximately 10 minutes to walk to the heart of Parramatta and about a 5 minute walk to Victoria Rd where buses stop at the end of the street.

Angel Babies Daily Routine

  • 7:30-9:00am – Centre opens, welcoming families into our centre. Morning play occurs
  • 8:00-9:00am – Progressive morning tea/ morning indoor play
  • 9:00-9:30am – Getting ready for outdoor play; hats and sunscreen.
  • 9:30-10:30am – Outdoor Play* Craft time
  • 10:30-11:00am – Indoor activities/Group time songs and stories
  • 11:00-11:00am – Lunch is served.
  • 11:30-12.00pm – Nappy changes, bottles, settling children for sleep
  • 12.00-2:30pm – Sleep time/Rest-Quiet activities
  • 2:30-3:30pm – Progressive afternoon tea/ indoor afternoon play/ getting ready for outdoor play; hats and sunscreen.
  • 3:30-5:00pm – Outdoor Play *
  • 5:00-6:00pm – End of day quiet activities/late afternoon tea/farewelling families/home time.

Weather change: indoor activities will be at a longer period.

Centre Overview

  • Daily and monthly photos and updates of your child
  • Early learning programs
  • Hot nutritious meals. Halal and Vegetarian Provided
  • Qualified experienced caring staff
Age Group:Age Group 0-2 years
Class Size:1 dedicated classes
Fees:Fee relief available
Hours:7.30am to 6pm.

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Class Educators

With education and experience in early childhood care

Our staff team are dedicated to caring for every child. We are warm, friendly and loving towards the children and care for them as if they were our own. The staff plan group and individual experiences to encourage learning and development.

Our staff are all qualified in Early Childhood Education. The staff continue to update their knowledge throughout the year attending courses and workshops to stay up to date with current knowledge and early learning information

So they say

If you are an Australian resident you are eligible for childcare assistance through childcare rebates. Please contact the Family Assistance to apply for benefits and discuss your eligibility.
Yes. Once your child is ready the staff will discuss with you a toilet training plan. We work together with families to encourage toilet training.

Yes. We are 15 minutes walk from Harris Park station. There is a bus service that stops next to the centre coming from Parramatta or Harris Park station or from Parramatta CBD. We are opposite Rosehill Public School and easily assessable from James Ruse Drive close the M4.

We encourage families to visit the centre for orientation visits. The times to attend are between 9.30am and 10.30am. There is no charge and we encourage parent s to visit as often as you like prior to leaving your child at the centre. This is a great opportunity for parents and children to get to know the centre and staff, ask questions, chat to the cook about dietary requirements and have some fun.