Our world-class facilities are designed specifically to nurture your child, in keeping with our philosophy of the environment as the third educator. Every part of our indoor and outdoor areas are designed with intention to create calming yet engaging spaces to let your child thrive.
“Providing a safe space for your child is our key mission. Which is why we go the extra mile to deliver clean, and well-maintained engaging environments for our children. Our centres are well equipped with modern kitchen facilities, quality educational resources, fun filled toys and stimulating play equipment.
Our individually designed outdoor spaces, is where children can spend ample time exploring the many wonders of nature.
All equipment undergo daily inspections to ensure highest standards are maintained for the safety & well being of every child in our care”
Providing a safe environment for our children, families, staff & visitors to our centres is paramount.
As part of our commitment to safety and emergency management, we regularly conduct emergency preparedness & fire equipment training sessions facilitated by an accredited emergency response organisation.
We engage in simulated emergency evacuation drills involving the children. These drills can be unsettling for a child experiencing them for the first time, particularly in centres where we simulate an audible fire alarm.
We find through consistent practice that children gradually begin to respond in a composed and organised manner, especially ambulant children. They promptly form lines for headcounts and prepare for evacuations.
Frequently, the older children exhibit the same level of composure as their teachers, who guide them through the evacuation process.
We ensure that the safety components of our buildings, referred to as “Essential Safety Measures,” undergo servicing and maintenance at intervals as stipulated by Australian Standards, Building Acts, and State & National legislation.
“Essential Safety Measures” are our first line of defense in an emergency or fire situation. Poorly maintained or neglected Essential Safety Measures put lives at risk.
- Monthly emergency management exercises (either an evacuation drill or emergency lockdown drill)
- Annual emergency preparedness training & fire equipment training delivered by an accredited emergency response organisation
- Monthly fire panels testing
- Monthly fire sprinkler testing
- 6 monthly fire extinguisher testing
- 6 monthly emergency lighting testing
- Quarterly exit door checks
- Quarterly paths of travel to exit or discharge from exit checks
- Annually we engage an independent auditor, who audits each building, audits service provider logbooks, our internal safety checks & observes an evacuation drill.
If all is in order an AESMR issued (annual essential safety measures report) which certifies the building as safe to occupy