We are a family owned and operated service providing long day care for children between the ages of 6 weeks to 6 years.
Our journey began in 2007 when we opened our doors for the first time to families in the Rydalmere community. In 2014 we had the opportunity to grow the Scribbles and Giggles family to the Lidcombe community and opened our 2nd centre.
The team at Scribbles and Giggles aim to provide a secure and happy environment where children can develop their intellectual, social, emotional, physical skills to become competent and confident individuals. So our parents/guardians, feel safe in the knowledge that their child is receiving the best possible care.
We encourage active involvement and meaningful experimentation in a secure setting that allows the children to be leaders of their own play.
Our practices support “Belonging, Being and Becoming” and the 5 Learning Outcome Areas for Children based on the Early Years Learning Framework.
Our educators together with the management team, believe the best way to work with the community is by building a partnership of care. To do this we want our families to feel: welcomed, recognised, acknowledged and respected by all our Staff. Our team aims to provide a link between home and care and work in partnership with families to provide the best possible care for their child as well as meeting the needs of the family as a whole.
All our staff develop and maintain open communication with our families and incorporate them as a source of information and support. We encourage families to take an active role in their child’s learning and in the centre. Our parents are viewed as an asset and we encourage them to be involved in day to day operations, programs, and centre decisions.
We aim to provide a support network to families utilising our centre and provide them with knowledge, advice and professional support should this be required.
Our Mission is we believe that all children experience learning that is engaging and builds success for life.
I joined the Childcare sector in 2007, and as a proud parent of 6 children my aim is to create a happy, safe, clean and stimulating learning environment, where the children can develop, observe learn and mostly have fun!
I believe and respect that families come in many forms and that the role of any parent is a complex one. As a parent I also believe that no one knows their child better than the parent/carer, therefore we are the best source of information and knowledge. This means it is important to build partnerships with families to learn from each other and meet the needs, of not only of the children but of the whole family unit.