6th March 2017

Breakfast Service and Outdoor Space Makes Forrest Centre Unique

Forrest early learning centre in ACT

What do you get when you combine a beautifully designed environment, passionate educators and a rich and meaningful program for children aged 0 to 6 years? Guardian Early Learning-Forrest, a centre for Early Learning in Canberra.

Our Early Learning Centre in Forrest is a modern, open plan environment with rich and engaging learning spaces.

Our outdoor environment is the ideal place for children to investigate and connect with the natural world around them. Beautiful trees provide a shady haven as well as water pumps, natural wood and stones to engage children in a tactile exploration and ignite their curiosity.

And we can’t forget our educators here at Forrest! Our warm, professional and passionate educators provide a high quality program, designed to unlock and celebrate each child’s uniqueness and potential, supporting them to further develop life-long skills and dispositions. Our educators are passionate advocates for children as citizens of the world. Great relationships with each child, our families and each other underpin who we are and we offer a safe and supportive environment for children to grow and thrive. Updates on StoryPark allow families to stay connected with their child’s learning.

We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and our breakfast service for families from 7.30am – 8am, gives parents the time to enjoy a leisurely drop-off; it’s also a great way to meet other families over a healthy meal.

Guardian Early Learning – Forrest is open from 8am until 6pm Monday to Friday and is located at 25 National Circuit, Forrest, ACT. To find out more about our centre and to book in a free tour, head here.

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