A New Leaf
We aim to create a new leaf in early childhood education in Australia. Beginning with the quality of our wonderful educators, through to our programs, our unique environment and in partnership with our local community.
A Place To Learn
At Edge Early Learning we believe in lifelong learning and place the highest importance on play. Young children’s play allows them to explore, identify, negotiate, take risks and create meaning as it is their way of learning about their world.
Sense Of Community
We are privately owned and operated child care centres. Our passionate educators live within our community and partner with families and local community groups to recognise and understand the shared values that underpin our community.
Health & Well Being
Learning about healthy lifestyles including nutrition, physical literacy and the ability to relax is integral to well being and self-confidence at any age. Our program promotes all of these elements so our children can reach their full potential.
Being a mum is generally as challenging as it is rewarding. For new mums especially, it’s a confusing, frustrating and immensely joyous time! To commemorate Mother’s Day, we spoke to a few local celebrity mums to find out their tips for the newer Mother’s Club members among us.READ MORE
Cooking with Children
Whip out those aprons and get your children in the kitchen! Now is the perfect time to teach them those simple, yet super tasty recipes that they’ll remember for life! Here 5 of our all time family favourite recipes that you can create together.READ MORE
Dealing With Separation Anxiety
Sending your children back to school, preschool or day-care or even starting them up for the first time can be an exhausting experience for everyone involved. We chatted to clinical psychologist Renee Mill about some of the things you can do to overcome separation anxiety.READ MORE
A guide to starting swimming lessons
The weather is heating up, and days spent by the pool or at the beach are upon us. For most of us, this means fun in the sun, splashing around in the water without a care. But, for parents whose children have little-to-no experience swimming on their own this can be a stressful time.READ MORE