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Resources for Parents & Families


Issued each School Term - keeping you in touch!
Eaton Street Drawing and Craft

Quarterly Newsletters  are issued to each family via email each Term. Keeping you in touch with activities, events, important dates and introducing new staff members. If you do not receive your copy, click on the green button above for the latest issue.

ESC Toys are fun!


ESC and Compliance

ACECQA is an independent statutory authority.

They provide national leadership in promoting quality and continuous improvement in early childhood education and care and school age care in Australia.

ACECQA is working with state and territory governments and the children's education and care sector to implement changes to education and care that will benefit children and their families.

The ACECQA Strategic Plan includes guiding the implementation of the National Quality Framework for Early Childhood Education and Care at the national level. ESC is expected to be assessed and rated against 7 national Quality standards. The focus is on improving the quality of early children's education and care services across Australia and to make sure the transition to the National Quality Framework is successful for all involved.





My daughters have been attending Eaton Street Centre for the past 6 years.

I have comfort in the knowledge that they have and will continue to be in the best of care. 

What I like about the Centre is that the carers a very friendly, inviting and community focus approach.

 My girls particularly love the art and craft activities and being able to enjoy the many outdoor activities in such a large space, under the supervision of a great care team!

John Walsh

My son has been going to the Eaton St after school care centre for over 5 years.  I remember when he started in kindergarten I was very worried he would get lost amongst the older kids.  My worry was for nothing, the Director and staff are very caring and strive to make the younger children welcome, they even picked him up from his teacher after the bell so he was never alone. 

Now he enjoys aftercare because it gives him a chance to play with friends from his class after school. 

My youngest son will be starting school next year and I know that he’ll be well looked after by the centre staff.

Nicole Simpson

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