child care centre in parramatta

Parramatta Preschool & Long Day Care has been servicing the community for the last seven years. Our centre is a lovely, cosy centre and has a friendly family atmosphere.

Our centre proudly displays children’s artwork around the room; and is always set up with fun, exciting activities.

All staff at the centre hold a Diploma or Certificate III in Children’s Services and are continually furthering their education.

The team thrive and pride themselves on providing a fun and educational experiences to ensure something new is happening each day, and they believe that creating partnerships with families will allow the children to flourish and grow.

With a strong focus on Sun Safety, we have a large shaded outdoor play area which is enjoyed by the children all year round. We also have a fantastic sandpit which has the children digging for dinosaur bones, finding buried treasure, building sand castles and having lots of tea parties.

Our wonderful cook, Ms Elizabeth has been with our centre for over 7 years, and she enjoys creating nutritious meals for breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and a lat snack that children enjoy. We offer meals such as Spaghetti Bolognese, Butter Chicken, Vegetable curry rice, Vegetable/Meat Lasagne and many other tasty dishes.

Our centre comes together for many exciting, fun occasions such as Crazy hair days, Multicultural Day, Mothers/Father’s Day, Easter Hat Parade, Christmas Party, Graduation, etc.

We invite you to come and visit as we do have an open door policy, and you are welcome.

If you have any question or comment, please submit the form below. We'd love to hear from you.

Children showed happiness in shared learning experiences and collaboratively worked on activities displaying their awareness of diversity and respect to each other. Children were able to understand the importance of diversity and community participation through participating in various Diwali craft activities with great interest and enthusiasm.
Thank you to all parents for your active participation in all our events , sharing your skills and time. We have many busy days ahead of us and we look forward to sharing them with you and your children.
Happy Diwali to all!
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Children showed happiness in shared learning experiences and collaboratively worked on activities displaying their awareness of diversity and respect to each other. Children were able to understand the importance of diversity and community participation through participating in various Diwali craft activities with great interest and enthusiasm. Thank you to all parents for your active participation in all our events , sharing your skills and time. We have many busy days ahead of us and we look forward to sharing them with you and your children. Happy Diwali to all!

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Today we celebrated Navaratri, Mr. and Mrs. Sharma (Saanvi’s Parents) performed ‘Kanjak Puja’, which is a Hindu holy day celebrated on the ninth day of Navaratri festival, where nine young girls representing the nine forms of Goddess Durga are worshiped, as girl-child is the symbol of the pure basic creative force. They also offered wonderful meal, sweet (halwa) made of semolina, puri (made of wheat flour) and boiled black gram and fruits platter for children and staff. A big thank you to Mr and Mrs Sharma. ... See MoreSee Less

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Spring season is here and Spring is the time when many plants begin to grow and flower. This time of season we all love bright and beautiful colours and to this the children in Parramatta Preschool enjoyed every minute of all the activity we did. ... See MoreSee Less

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Spring season is here and Spring is the time when many plants begin to grow and flower. This time of season we all love bright and beautiful colours and to this the children in Parramatta Preschool enjoyed every minute of all the activity we did. ... See MoreSee Less

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It was a fantastic opportunity for all of us here in Parramatta Preschool having the Muru Mittigar which is an organisation that seeks to create a better understanding of Aboriginal culture in the wider community. The staff of Muru Mittigar showed children various Aboriginal artifacts such as boomerangs, coliman, possum skin, Emu egg, stone axe, Bundi club and musical instruments such as didgeridoos, emu callers and clap-sticks were explained and shown to children and passed on for them to explore. ... See MoreSee Less

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Parents Testimonials

Dear Zarin, Elizabeth, Marie, Alison & Ilasaine, We would like to wish you all the very best and thank-you for the amazing care you have given

- Smith Family

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