Story House Early Learning Windsor today reached a milestone celebrating it’s 100th child since opening its doors less than 2 years ago.
13-month-old, Pippa attends the Story House Windsor centre twice a week. Today, Pippa celebrated the milestone with balloons and cake as well as her friends in the Nursery including long-time educator, ‘Aunty Gaile’ who has over 20 years of experience in childcare.
Service Manager, Katrina Nicholls praised her passionate and experienced team for creating vibrant and inspiring programs within a caring and supportive environment for families living and working close to the city.
Story House CEO Paul Cochrane added that children and families are at the heart of how the centre operates and is proud of its Exceeding rating. Paul said, “This is a great achievement for the service because it means that we are going above and beyond what is expected by exceeding the National Quality Standards.” “Being recognised as exceeding the standards in such a short period of time is a testament to the quality and dedication of the Story House team”.
Joining in the celebration today was Enoggera Ward Councillor Andrew Wines who welcomed the news by saying that having quality childcare options across the Ward was important for local families who strive to achieve a great work/life balance. Cr Wines said, “Surviving in business is always a challenge and I want to congratulate Story House on achieving this landmark and providing such a quality options for childcare in our part of the City.”
Story House Early Learning Windsor offers a state-of-the-art facility boasting beautifully renovated environments, spacious play areas, and modern educational materials.
About Story House Early Learning
Children and families are at the heart of who we are at Story House Early Learning. We believe that each child is on their own unique journey which shapes the person they are and who they will become. Just like chapters in a book, we understand that each child steps through their ‘story’ at their own pace and in their own time.
Our educators are key to supporting children on their journey and we believe that relationships with families and the broader community is essential in supporting children to be global citizens and helping them to reach their full potential.
Since 2017, we have expanded from 1 centre in Victoria with a few dedicated employees to 33 centres with over 800 passionate employees across three states – and counting! Story House Early Learning is growing with children who feel safe, secure and supported – Story House Early Learning is where children’s stories begin.
If you have any enquiries about our child care centre, please contact Katrina Nicholls on 07 3857 4053.
You can also register your interest at www.shel.edu.au/story-house-windsor/contact-new-family/ and we’ll be sure to keep you up-to-date via email.
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