At Little Scholars, we're committed to nurturing your child's growth in every aspect—socially, cognitively, emotionally, and physically. Our studio programs are expertly designed to cater to the unique needs and developmental age group of each child in our care. From access to a range of extra-curricular activities led by industry experts, to getting out in nature as much as possible to regulate minds and bodies and promote mindfulness, to educators who are continually updated with the latest training and resources ensuring your little one thrives in an environment that's both nurturing and cutting-edge, helping develop the whole child.
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Learn & Play Studios

Learn, play and grow, setting a strong foundation for their future.

At Little Scholars, we provide tailored, age-specific early learning and childcare across four key stages: nursery, toddlers, pre-kindy, and kindy. Our expertly designed programs cater to the unique needs and developmental milestones of each age group.

In our nursery program, we care for our youngest learners, creating a warm and secure environment where they can start to explore the world around them. Our nurturing toddler program encourages active engagement and discovery, fostering our active little ones’ growing curiosity. When children step into our pre-kindy group, we introduce more structured learning to inspire creativity and independent thought. Finally, our kindy program offers a comprehensive curriculum that prepares them for the exciting journey of school life.

Environment & Sustainability
Creating Environment Champions

At Little Scholars we are committed to being environmentally-responsible and teaching the children to also learn about the part they play in looking after the environment and the effects we have on the future.

Each of our campuses has an environmentally-responsible plan and a delegated representative who is in charge of motivating and inspiring the team to action and achieve the campus’s goals.

Our Stingless Bees Program

The value of bees

Did you know that without bees, our ecosystem simply wouldn’t thrive? It’s estimated that pollinators like bees and butterflies help pollinate approximately 75 per cent of the world’s flowering plants, and roughly 35 per cent of the world’s food crops—including fruits and vegetables.

Stingless bees are native to Australia and they produce pollination for agricultural purposes. We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to introduce our Stingless Bee Program to our Little Scholars to educate them on the value of bees.

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Intergenerational ‘Grandfriends’ Program

Positive developmental outcomes for young children

Our intergenerational ‘Grandfriends’ program connects young children and seniors – two increasingly segregated population groups in society – once every fortnight; improving the mental and social development of the children whilst helping to alleviate challenges of isolation and dementia commonly faced by seniors.


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Acknowledgement to Country
Awareness and understanding to our local Indigenous community

At Little Scholars School of Early Learning, we believe it’s vital that all Australians show support and learn about the crucial impact that culture, family, and community play in the life of every Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.

We embed these cultures into our everyday learning programs such as participating in experiences that celebrate the history, culture, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.



Healthy meals are the foundation of growth

Little Scholars believes that healthy meals are the foundation of growth, early childhood development and education. Developing healthy eating habits is a fundamental skill for young children and we play an important role in helping your child learn about and enjoy a variety of nutritious foods each day.

That’s why our Little Scholars campuses employ qualified chefs to prepare tasty, nutritious meals and snacks in commercial kitchens. These meals are safe, developmentally appropriate and properly portioned for your child. It’s a recommendation from health authorities that children in long daycare are provided with at least 50 per cent of their daily nutritional requirements whilst they are in care.

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