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Our Kindergarten

 

Armadale Early Learning Centre is a not-for-profit community kindergarten.

At the centre, we aim to develop and extend individual children socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually. We promote positive attitudes by stimulating the children’s interests and awareness of themselves and of others. Our programs provide challenging material, emotional support and are focused on building lifelong curiosity in the children.

The building and land are owned by the City of Stonnington. Our purpose-built facilities include two large classrooms with adjoining toilets, separate room where extra experiences are staged and a large shaded garden with a variety of playground equipment.

We believe each child has different needs and the Centre’s program offers a broad range of activities and experiences. We provide a challenging, stimulating program aimed at enhancing each child’s skills and interests.

We believe play is the most significant way for children to learn and we link the concept of play with the themes of friendship, team-building and enjoyment. Guidance towards self-discipline is part of the learning process. Appropriate and constructive behaviour is encouraged. Our goal is to prepare children in all aspects of development so they are ready for school, as well as life.

 

Our Kindergarten

INDEPENDENCE

INDEPENDENCE

Children learn to be independent in their activities, in being a member of a group and in expanding their abilities and interests.

COMMUNICATION

COMMUNICATION

Children learn to communicate their ideas, feelings and needs to others.

VALUES

VALUES

Children need to develop respect for themselves, a strong feeling of self-worth and respect for others and for property. 


They learn to share, co-operate, and  listen to each other.

Armadale Early Learning Centre

3 Fulton Street

Armadale

Victoria, 3143

ph: (03) 9509 3187

© 2021 Armadale Early Learning Centre

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Armadale ELC Kindergarten acknowledges that we are on the traditional land of the Boonwurrung and Wurundjeri people and offer our respects to the elders past and present. We recognise and respect the cultural heritage of this land.