Cuddles child care celebrates Two Rocks centre opening

Emma Jordan (qualified educator) and centre manager Maddison Kingi with Olivia, Elora and Kale. Picture: Martin Kennealey
Emma Jordan (qualified educator) and centre manager Maddison Kingi with Olivia, Elora and Kale. Picture: Martin Kennealey

CUDDLES Early Learning and Child Care Centre in Two Rocks held its official opening this month.

The Two Rocks Primary School senior choir performed for about 20 guests at the Breakwater Drive centre’s February 21 celebration and Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts cut the ribbon.

Centre manager Maddison Kingi said the centre was custom-built to help children learn and grow as individuals.

Educator Emma Jordan with Olivia. Picture: Martin Kennealey

“I lead a team of experienced educators who are passionate about learning and early childhood education,” she said.

“With elements of play-based learning and child lead teaching, we are setting a new standard for early learning within the industry.”

Food co-ordinator Katherine Glaskin. Picture: Martin Kennealey

The centre can accommodate 100 children aged up to 12 years old and already has 25 children enrolled.

It offers long day, half day, casual, before and after school, and vacation care between 6am and 6pm on week days.

Choir sings for Cuddles

Two Rocks Primary School – An Independent Public School choir performing at the Cuddles Early Learning centre opening – read more at https://bit.ly/2T3OHuX .

Posted by North Coast Times/Weekender on Wednesday, 27 February 2019

 

Call Maddison Kingi on 9554 0870 or 0410 796 61 or email tworocks@cuddlesearlylearning.com.au to book a free tour.

Cuddles Early Learning and Child Care Centre. Picture: Martin Kennealey