Success! There are a few vacancies for a range of ages including for 0 - 12 months, 13 - 24 months, 25 - 35 months, 36 months - preschool age, over preschool age across these days Monday. Some of these vacancies have been recently taken, so you should use the free Concierge service to find out what is available for your needs.
At Goodstart Early Learning, we have a unique approach to the way we work, which is based on our Goodstart Practice Guide (the Guide) and its ISTEP framework.
The Guide brings together the latest international research evidence of what works best for children and guides what our educators do in their everyday professional practice. It was written with an understanding of Australia's unique context and is underpinned by relevant state and national regulations and frameworks, such as Australia's Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and the National Quality Standards (NQS).
Every educator in every centre in our network has a copy of the Guide, although the way in each implements the practices and applies the ISTEP framework, will be unique to their local context, and the children and families in their centre.
The Guide recognises the importance of play, as the research evidence consistently shows that children learn best through play-based learning programs which allow children to explore new ideas and test emerging skills. Play can expand children's thinking and enhance their desire to know and learn.
In Goodstart centres, our goal is for your child to feel safe and secure, to have fun and to develop the social-emotional, thinking, language, and physical skills that will set them up for success in school and in life.
Our evidence-informed learning environments build on children's curiosity, growing abilities, and their inclination to engage with each other and the world around them.
Our educators plan and observe their daily practices through (and you will hear them talk about) our ISTEP framework. There are five components to ISTEP:
1. Interactions and relationships
2. Space, resources and materials
3. Time, routines and rituals
4. Experiences for learning
5. Planning, documentation and evaluation
93 Alexander Dr, Nerang, QLD, 4211
Long Day Care: 6:45am - 6:15pm
69 139 967 794
Last change of Ownership or Management - 2009 This is a non-profit community based and managed centre.
Goodstart Early Learning Nerang - Alexander Drive is smaller than average for childcare providers in Nerang with 74 places versus an average of 78 for this suburb.
Goodstart Early Learning Nerang - Alexander Drive has an average fee of $82 for childcare places across child ages, which is lower than the Nerang childcare cost average of $85.
This service is approved to provide a rest period from 12:00pm to 2:00pm on Monday to Friday. This condition expires on 31 December 2019 (subject to the provisions of Regulation 310 (1)). This service is approved to provide education and care to children from birth up to and including school children.
Number of approved places - 74
There are 15 long day care providers (with an average of 69.167 places) and 24 total childcare providers in Nerang.
There is an average of 0 days with vacancy at each care provider in Nerang across all child age groups, compared to this stage last year, when there were 0.8 days vacancy available.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday child care vacancy is lower.
For a child under 1 year old (0-12 months), the childcare availability average is 0 days in Nerang, which is below this stage last year which was 0.8 days.
For a child 2 years old (13-24 months), childcare vacancy is 0.1 days, which is above the 0 days recorded last year.
For a child 2-3 years old (25-36 months), childcare vacancy is 0.1 days ,which is above the 0.1 days recorded last year.
For a child 3 years+ to preschool age (36 months+), childcare vacancy is 0.1 days, which is above the 0.1 days recorded last year.