Welcome to our Lyndhurst Centre
Learn Smart Early Learning Centre – Lyndhurst is purposely built centre consisting of 5 rooms having spaces approved for 90 children per day. We have 2 large outdoor play spaces where all children can explore natural and man-made materials for optimal physical and motor development.
Located in the heart of Lyndhurst and surrounded by primary schools, parks, shops Lyndhurst Kindergarten is an ideal setup. It is also a short walk down the street from Lyndhurst train stations.
Manager & Nominated Supervisor
I am Ramona, the Centre’s Manager and Nominated Supervisor of Learn Smart Early Learning Centre in Lyndhurst. I have been in the Service since 2015. I take great pleasure in working with families, children, my team, and the community. This career is personally fulfilling as I witness the success and achievements of all the children under my care. Seeing them thrive and excel brings me immense joy. My team and I consider the Centre our own, and therefore we care for all the children under our education and supervision as if they were our own. I dedicate both my heart and mind to everything I do, serving as a leading example for others. My ultimate objective for this Centre is to ensure that parents feel content and confident in entrusting their children’s early years of learning to us. I prioritise the safety and security of everyone involved and fostering a healthy and stress-free working environment for my team. Furthermore, I strive to establish a well-structured center where an efficient and effective system is in place. I am here to provide assistance and support in any way possible.
Address: 170 – 172 Aylmer Road, Lyndhurst, VIC – 3975.
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Learn by Play Activities
Lyndhurst Centre provides additional incursions for the children regarding:
4 Year Old Kinder Program
Four year old Kindergarten is a vital program prior to schooling as it provides juveniles with the opportunities to attain necessary dexterity for life. The intention is to support children’s learning and development, social skills, language, literacy and numeracy skills, and exposes them to new ideas and concepts
Research exhibits that the kindergarten teacher is responsible for positively influencing a child’s brain development by meeting the children’s needs and interests, and developing a desire to learn. The children are more involved in the activities carried out in the centre. The idea is to adopt a learning while playing approach that suits the developmental requirements of individual children.