Tailored learning & curriculum for each age group.
At Petit, we tailor an early learning curriculum for each age group and constantly reflect and evaluate our programs to ensure they met your child’s individual needs.
Babies (0-2 yrs)
Through a gentle, supportive approach, we help your baby develop in key areas from the very beginning. Above all, we provide a safe, warm environment for your baby to build confidence and feel secure and loved.
Toddlers (2-3 yrs)
Bursting with energy and curiosity, we welcome toddlers with love, creativity and patience. As 2 and 3 year-olds become more active and involved in their daily activities, we give them freedom and space to flourish.
Pre-school (3-5 yrs)
Preparing for the school years ahead, pre-schoolers learn and grow immensely from ages 3-5. Through structured and play-based learning, we let your child explore and learn in the way that’s best for them.
Hundreds of parents trust Petit Early Learning Journey.
Petit’s first Centre was opened late 2014. Due to our unique early learning approach and high demand from parents, we were able to open another 18 centres since then, with more to come.
State of the art centres.
All Petit Centres are configured to the Educator-to-child ratios as part of National Quality Framework. This means that your children are being supervised to the highest standard and educators are able to give more individual care and attention.
What makes Petit different.
Petit Early Learning Journey is a progressive, educational, inspiring long day care focused on the holistic learning and development of children.
Children want to feel they are loved, important and unique and at Petit our passionate educators recognise the responsibility we have in helping little minds grow and learn.
Creative thought and school readiness is inspired and encouraged by our centres programming, enthralling class environments and interactive play-scapes.
All our centres include:
- Healthy, nutritious meals.
- Secure electronic sign in and sign out system.
- Access to Storypark – your child’s online learning portfolio.
- Purpose built natural environments for exploration and play.
- Nappies and wipes.
- Hat and bag on enrolment.
- Kindergarten Program.
- Holistic perspective of learning and play.
From Petit blog.
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Learning through play occurs naturally through everyday experiences. Children learn by exploring, using their imagination and by making decisions often through trial and error. Play changes as children grow, and many different forms of play support children’s agency. Families can promote play by encouraging and participating in children’s play. Playing together is one of the […]
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Improving child development is best achieved in early education and care environments when there are strong family partnerships. Documented research and experience widely supports the positive effect on a child’s development. A 2010 report for the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, examined a large body of research that shows families have […]