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Petit Early Learning Journey’s Monthly Newsletter April 2024

Alison's update Chief Operating Officer Welcome to our April 2024 Family Newsletter. When caring for young children, it is important to understand that every family is unique. May 15 is the United Nations International Day of Families, a global observance that focuses on the importance of families. At Petit Early Learning Journey, we respect that [...]

2024-04-30T16:55:06+10:00April 30th, 2024|Articles|

National Families Week: Recognising all families are unique

National Families Week celebrates the importance of family and the bonds that hold us together. This annual event highlights families' crucial role in society and promotes the wellbeing of families across the country. The annual celebration, usually held in May, coincides with the United Nations International Day of Families. The week encourages families to come [...]

2024-04-30T16:53:09+10:00April 10th, 2024|Articles|

Petit Early Learning Journey’s Monthly Newsletter March 2024

Alison's update Chief Operating Officer Welcome to our March 2024 Family Newsletter. In December, following the return of our family survey results, we announced four focus areas across Petit Early Learning Journey for 2024. The first area, Staffing, included retention and leadership development, and I am pleased to be able share with you a key [...]

2024-04-12T02:50:58+10:00March 28th, 2024|Articles|

23 Ways To Recycle Cards And Flowers

Do you hoard greeting cards? Are there cards from Valentine's Day, birthdays, festive seasons and happy holidays piling up in a cupboard? Some people find it easy to throw out cards and flowers, while others file them away. Every year, countless cards and flower bouquets are exchanged on special occasions, only to end up in [...]

2024-03-28T16:18:16+10:00March 14th, 2024|Articles|

Petit Early Learning Journey’s Monthly Newsletter February 2024

Alison's update Chief Operating Officer Welcome to our February 2024 Family Newsletter. Australia is known for its extreme weather conditions, and although autumn is nearly here, our weather forecasters are predicting the heat to stay for a few more weeks. At Petit Early Learning Journey, our Sun Protection, Weather and Heat Policy is in effect every [...]

2024-02-28T16:26:31+10:00February 28th, 2024|Articles|

How to make a worm farm for children

Get ready for a fun and eco-friendly project! Create a worm farm at home with your children and watch as they learn about sustainability in a hands-on way. Wriggly worms are fascinating creatures that play a vital role in our ecosystem by breaking down organic matter. Worms can help reduce organic household waste and [...]

2024-03-08T13:31:10+10:00February 14th, 2024|Articles|

Petit Early Learning Journey’s Monthly Newsletter January 2024

Alison's update Chief Operating Officer Welcome to our January 2024 Family Newsletter. This month, we have a special video message for all our families. We are delighted to partner with you on your child's education and care journey. With our Summer Learning Project Program concluded our teams have been transitioning and preparing for the new term [...]

2024-02-02T02:04:02+10:00January 31st, 2024|Articles|

How to Encourage Children to Drink Water

As parents, we want our children to have healthy habits and drink water. With sugary drinks everywhere, getting children to choose water can be tricky. However, drinking water will improve their health and well-being. So, how can we motivate them to choose water? Water is necessary for our bodies to function. It keeps us hydrated, [...]

2024-02-13T02:19:29+10:00January 17th, 2024|Articles|

Petit Early Learning Journey’s Monthly Newsletter December 2023

Alison's update Chief Operating Officer Welcome to our December 2023 Family Newsletter. Our family survey results are in, and we are very grateful to our families who took the time to provide us with invaluable feedback. Our family survey participation almost doubled compared to last year's result, rising by 21%, with focus areas across Petit [...]

2023-12-21T15:50:24+10:00December 20th, 2023|Articles|

15 Sensory play experiences for babies, toddlers and preschoolers

Children have so much fun with sensory play. Have you ever noticed how they enjoy getting their hands dirty? From digging in the sand with toy shovels to squishing clay between their fingers – young children are naturally drawn to sensory experiences. Did you know sensory experiences are enjoyable and can help children learn in [...]

2023-12-23T01:37:25+10:00December 13th, 2023|Articles|
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