COVID-19 UPDATE: WE ARE STILL OPEN FOR FAMILIES WHO NEED US. PLEASE SANITISE HANDS ON ARRIVAL. DO NOT ENTER THE CENTRE IF YOU OR YOUR CHILD ARE UNWELL, OR HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED OR SUSPECTED CASE OF COVID-19 IN THE LAST 14 DAYS.

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Owl and the Pussycat News

Sadly all our incursions and excursions are postponed until further notice to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Live stream for Group Time each day.

We miss our families who are at home isolating, but we have started meeting up via a live stream each day! It has been beautiful for the children to see the faces of their classmates!

Join our live stream for group time each day – this is different each day, and developed from the children’s interests. Our Owls are also continuing with Letterland.

Red Pussycats : 9:30 AM
Blue Pussycats : 11:00 AM
Owls : 2:30 PM

In order to access our ‘Zoom room’, you need to download the app or visit the website. You will then ‘join a meeting’. Once you have joined, you will need our meeting ID and password. Please email Sam or call our office for the log in details if you do not have them.

Please welcome the newest members of our team

Kim

(Working towards Cert III in Early Childhood Education and Care)

Courtney

(Cert III in Early Childhood Education and Care)

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