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Little Angels Kindergarten

3 - 5 Years Old

Centre Overview
Little Angels Kindergarten is located at 29 Prospect Street Rosehill. The building is a historical home built in the early 1900’s that has been beautifully restored to keep the character of the home.It was originally owned by one family who left the home in their will to the Saint Vincent De Paul charity. Saint Vincent’s operated the home as a boarding house for young teenagers who we unable to live at home, before the property was converted to a childcare centre in 2001.

Little Angels has a warm homely feel with wonderful original period features. High ornate ceilings, polished floor boards and stain glass windows and doors are features in the building. We are divided in to three dedicated rooms catering for each age of children in small classes. There is a large outdoor yard for children to run and play, including a grassed orchard with chickens and a herb, fruit and
vegetable garden area.

The staff employed at Little Angels have years of experience offering quality childcare. Many of our staff speak a second language and offer a rich and diverse blend of nationalities and cultures. The staff hold qualifications in first aid, anaphylaxis, special needs, safe food handling and hygiene as well as holding various degrees and diplomas in children’s services.

Little Angels 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.
Our pre-school program is comprehensive and tailored to your child’s needs. We do daily group observations, monthly learning stories about your child and collect photos and important developmental information about your child which we email to each family to keep you up to date with your child’s progress.

The program explores school readiness and covers all developmental areas. The children learn writing and reading skills. They learn skills to develop friendships and adjust to new environments such as big school. The program is aimed to prepare children for the changes of entering primary school and giving them a head start in their education. Our philosophy of learning is an emphasis of learning through play.

We follow the principles of the Early Years Learning Framework and the National Quality Framework. Our program is based on encouraging learning through the children’s interests and strengths in small or large groups, or one on one interaction. 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.

  • Daily and monthly photos and updates of your child
  • Preschool and junior learning programs
  • Hot nutritious meals. Halal and Vegetarian Provided
  • Qualified experienced caring staff
Age Group: 3-5 years
Class Size: 3 dedicated classes
Fees: Fee relief available
Hours: 7am to 6pm.

Little Angels Daily Routine

  • 7:00-9:00 am – Centre opens, welcoming families into our centre (opens). Morning (play) occurs
  • 8:00-9:00 am – Progressive morning tea/ morning indoor play.
  • 9:00-9:30 am – Getting ready for outdoor play; hats and sunscreen.
  • 9:30-10:30 am – Outdoor Play*
  • 10:30-11:30 am – Indoor/craft/homework activities
  • 11:30-12:30 pm – Group time activities & lunch is been served.
  • 12:30-2:30 pm – Sleep time/Rest-Quiet activities
  • 2:30-3:00 pm – Getting ready for outdoor play; hats and sunscreen.
  • 3:00-3:45 pm – Progressive afternoon/ indoor afternoon play.
  • 3:45-5:00 pm – Outdoor Play*
  • 5:00-6:00 pm – End of day quiet activities/late afternoon tea/farewelling families/home time.

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

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

Angels Kindergarten is a great place for my daughter to start her schooling experience. It’s welcoming and safe and my daughter loves being there.

Fredric Greene

I have a 1 year old and a 5 year old who have been attending for a year now. I can not tell you how much I adore and appreciate all of the wonderful staff.

Patricia Morgan

I have to say that I have 2 children ages 5 and 2 and have used various daycare’s in Kindergartens and this is by far the very best I have ever used.

Joann Simms

Angels Kindergarten is a great place for my daughter to start her schooling experience. It’s welcoming and safe and my daughter loves being there.

Shelia Perry

This letter is to recognize you and your staff for doing an excellent job teaching my son. His skill level is significantly better since attending Angels.

Tony I. Robinette

I have to say that I have 2 children ages 5 and 2 and have used various daycare’s in Kindergartens and this is by far the very best I have ever used.

Claire Willmore

Will the Family Assistance Office help with my fees?

If you are an Australian resident you are eligible for childcare assistance through childcare benefit, childcare rebate and Jet (for students). Please contact the Family Assistance to apply for benefits and discuss your eligibility.

Can I start my child in childcare if they are not toilet trained?

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.

Is the centre well located?

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.

How do I help settle my child?

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.