Welcome to Murray Bridge Community Children’s Center
Established in 1987, Murray Bridge Community Children’s Centre has been providing high quality care to the local community for 31 years.
Managed by a committee comprising of parents, The Director and a Staff Representative, we strive to keep our fees affordable yet still provide outstanding service and care for families.
- Care for children aged 6 weeks – 5 years
- Before and After School care and Vacation Care for children 5 years up to the completion of year 7
- Play-based curriculum using the Early Years Learning Framework and My Time Our Place
- Qualified, caring and professional staff
- High Quality accredited care
- Primary Caregiving
- Natural environment – spacious, leafy outdoor environment, vegetable gardens and a worm farm
Our dedicated, professional staff take pride in the way they nurture and educate children in their care, ensuring individual needs are met and that relationships are established with families, working in partnership to ensure best possible outcomes. In addition to child care qualifications, our staff have senior first aid certification, current Licensing and Screening checks, Child Safe Environments certificates, and receive regular industry-based training.
Our Mission Statement
Murray Bridge Community Children’s Centre recognises the uniqueness of each child and the importance of play in the lives of children.
Our educators, working in partnership with families and the wider community, are committed to providing quality care within a natural, nurturing and supportive environment which embraces diversity and meets the holistic needs of every child.
What do we believe in?
We believe children learn best through play. We aim to provide a stimulating and inspirational program which children can grow and develop through a range of experiences incorporating both indoor and outdoor environments.
We believe each child is unique and brings with them their own set of strengths. We aim to encourage children’s strengths and abilities by providing a range of learning opportunities.
We believe families are the first teacher in a child’s life. We aim to collaborate with families in caring for their child. Each family has their own values and beliefs which we aim to incorporate into the day to day nature of the setting.
We believe in working together as a community. We aim to provide opportunities for all members of our community (families, children, staff, committee and local community) to work together in partnership.