Wanslea strives to provide innovative, responsive, high quality early childhood services – education and care.
Worldwide studies show that the quality of childcare received before the age of ﬁve prepares a child for success throughout their schooling and to contribute to society as an adult.
Wanslea aims to ensure that children develop and practise the skills they need to be successful in life by providing high-quality care for children aged from six weeks of age until they leave primary school. Wanslea’s services focus on social and recreational activities that meet the developmental needs of children and the care needs of families. Wanslea Family Day Carers and In-Home Carers are trained and supported to do the same. An emphasis is placed on relationship building and quality interactions with children.
Research has shown that educated childcare professionals provide higher quality care. Wanslea’s dedication to continuous training and development means that our staff and carers are well qualified and up-to-date with latest advances and knowledge. In addition to supporting our staff and carers to gain further qualifications in childcare and education, we also provide training on a range of topics such as protective behaviours, emergency training and guiding children’s behaviour.
Wanslea’s suite of child care services takes part in the National Childcare Accreditation process, with the exception of Methodist Ladies College Outside School Hours Care, and are licenced under the Department for Communities Licencing and Standards Unit regulations.
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Family Day Care: childcare provided in the carer’s home
In-Home Care: childcare provided in your own home
Long Day Care
Outside School Hours Care
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