Tummy Time is an essential activity for a baby’s development

Tummy Time is the activity of placing your baby on their tummy for short periods which over time aids in the physical development of your baby.

Healthy Beginnings (birth – 1year)

The Lifelong Learning Healthy Beginnings Curriculum for babies birth–1-year-olds emphasises the establishment of secure attachments and positive relationships between babies and educators through the use of Circle of Security and learning zones focused on play schemas that support babies’ physical and intellectual development.

Big Thinkers STEM program now available

Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) has always played a vital role in the development of our Lifelong Learning Curriculum for children aged 3 to 5 years old.

School Readiness: Lifelong Learning Curriculum For Your Preschooler

Preparing for school is an exciting time in a child’s life, and our staff are here to support your child during this learning journey whilst having fun along the way.

What are the National Quality Standards (NQS)? 

The Australian Children’s Education & Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) National Quality Standards sets a high national benchmark for early childhood education and care and outside school hours care centres in Australia.

Toilet Training – Our Experts Top Tips

Learning to use the toilet is an essential milestone in your child’s life, and as we know, each child develops at different rates; therefore, our experts suggest focusing on a variety of developmental cues, rather than age, when deciding to start the toilet training process.

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Early Experiences: Lifelong Learning Curriculum For Your Toddler

The Lifelong Learning Early Experiences Curriculum emphasizes the development of Toddlers’ language and social development using the Abecedarian approach within our intentional learning zones focused on play schemas that support toddlers’ physical and intellectual development.

Affinity Education Group Offers Free Degrees

Milestones Early Learning Aspley’s Early Childhood Teacher Naomi Bowditch is one of more than 100 employees of Affinity Education Group who have benefitted from a fully funded and supported pathway enabling them the opportunity to complete a Bachelor of Early Childhood Education.

Our commitment to reconciliation

As educators of Australia’s next generation, early childhood professionals are in a unique position of privilege and responsibility to support reconciliation. What we teach our children today will form the foundation for Australia’s cultural beliefs in the future.

National Quality Framework: A parent’s guide

In Australia, Early Childhood Services are guided by the National Quality Framework regulated by the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA).