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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.

Owls Graduation (Owls Only)

Friday 27th November at 4:30pm. If this is not a regular day for your child please bring them in and stay to enjoy the ceremony. 

Christmas Closure

The centre will close on Wednesday 23rd December 2020 for 2 weeks. We will reopen on Thursday 7th January 2021. Please note these dates are different to the parent handbook.

Health Issues

A continual reminder regarding our illness policy: Children cannot attend the preschool if they have had vomiting and/or diarrhoea in the preceding 48 hrs, or if they have continuous coughing or yellow/green discharge from the nose or mouth, or a fever. If in doubt, please consult the government COVID Exclusion Policy as well as the NSW Health Exclusion Policy.

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When to send your child to school

When to send your child to school

New findings show students starting school at an older age are outperforming their younger classmates. A new report has found students who are older when they start school are outperforming their younger classmates. The report, led by the University of NSW, showed 25...

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Outside Play is Crucial for Emerging Readers and Writers

Outside Play is Crucial for Emerging Readers and Writers

 child who becomes a prolific reader and writer will be set-up for lifelong success. We are a homeschooling family, so we've had a front row seat to watch the emerging literacy with our oldest children.  Early on, we were influenced by many different...

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Managing Technology in the Family

Managing Technology in the Family

YouTube and YouTube Kids have now replaced TV as the chief source of entertainment for both kids and teens. This media juggernaut (which has over 300 videos uploaded to its platform every single minute!) has kids of all ages flocking to it and it has left many...

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The Right Brain Develops First

The Right Brain Develops First

Why Play is the Foundation for Academic Learning Did you know that the right brain develops first? It does so by the time children are 3-4 years of age. The left brain, on the other hand, doesn’t fully come online until children are...

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