Children take in the
world around them GIVE YOUR CHILD A GREAT START… Wyndham Early Learning really care about offering your child the best learning opportunities possible. From left, Wyndham Early Learning educators, Nell Thomson and specialist educator environment and sustainability, Shannon Guy. Photo: Alicia Niglia.
THE rate at which learning is experienced by pre-schoolers is phenomenal. Their minds are little sponges as they absorb everything from the world around them as they develop their own unique identities. Everything they see, hear and experience is a valuable learning opportunity as they learn through both play and intentional teaching. Wyndham Early Learning Director, Kathy Beer, said, “We are anticipating a very exciting and meaningful year for our Kinder students with lots of excursions, incursions
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and specialist programs already planned. We have our in house programs including Library, Story time, Health and Nutrition and Environment and Sustainability. We will be getting out into our community with excursions to GV Health, the Shepparton Aerodrome and a special alliance with the Botanic Gardens to name just a few. Visits from GV Water, Council Composting and Sustainability, True Culture, Playball, and the Responsible Pet Ownership Program will enhance our largely play based and child
driven Kinder curriculum.” Wyndham Early Learning offers a wonderful range of experiences for young minds from babies to pre-schoolers and currently still have places available in both their kindergarten and child care programs. Wyndham Early Learning is located at 617 Wyndham Street, Shepparton. To arrange a visit or to enquire about enrolling your child, phone 5822 2372 or email enquiries@ wyndhamearlylearning.com
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Ready to take on a
new school year By Nicholise Garner I LOVE seeing how excited my kids are to get into their school uniforms at the start of the year, especially as they go into prep. This year we’ve got six kids at primary school from prep to grade six, and they’re growing at a rate of knots, so a whole heap of new school uniforms to arrange. I’ve visited The School Uniform Shop each and every year to get the latest uniform updates and with or without my kids by my side, proprietors Helen and Geoff Bray have been able to work out the best sizes for the kids. They’ve also been happy for me to put my purchases on lay-by, which means I’ve been able to reserve the sizes my kids need and pay for them once I’ve recovered financially after Christmas. With 20 years of k nowledge and experience getting the region’s children fit with uniforms, The School Uniform Shop keeps up-to-date with the latest changes in
uniforms. Geoff said, “We really are your one-stop-school-uniform-shop. We cater to everything from socks, shirts, jumpers, skirts and dresses, right through to hats, bags and accessories. “It’s important to make sure you get in early to get your uniforms sorted. Smaller and larger sizes will come under pressure during the week leading up to the start of the school year, so to avoid disappointment, come in today.” For all your school uniform needs, call into The School Uniform Shop at 183 Corio Street, Shepparton or phone 5821 3232.
SET TO GO… Grade 5 Bourchier Street Primary School student, Chloe Bray with The School Uniform Shop owner, Geoff Bray. Photo: Alicia Niglia.
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