Tree House Early Learning Centre – Ascot Vale

Every day is an opportunity for discovery and growth at Tree House Early Learning Centre – Ascot Vale. With a range of exciting, resource-rich environments including – including three soon-to-be renovated outdoor spaces – children are encouraged to explore and learn.

The light-filled centre is in a heritage listed Victorian-era mansion, and features a music atelier, yoga experiences, a food waste collection program, and a range of age-specific ateliers.

We are proud to have a culturally diverse team of Educators and celebrate a variety of cultures and holidays throughout the year. The community-minded team also organise a range of fundraising events for the children to be involved in.

Children get out and about on regular excursions to the community garden, so we have a great connection with the surrounding community. We plan to explore the community further through our Out and About program, launching mid 2019.

Our on-site cook prepares four nutritionally balanced meals using seasonal ingredients every day. To further explore food at the centre our Educators host cooking classes for the children to get involved in to enhance their understanding of good nutrition.

Begin the adventure at Guardian today by booking a tour to explore the centre, chat with our team of Educators and learn more about our high-quality curriculum.

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Rhythm of The Day

With endless possibilities, there’s never a dull moment at Guardian and no two days are the same. Here’s what a day at Guardian might look like.

Helpful Information

Opening Hours

Open 7:30am to 6:30pm
Monday to Friday

Fee Information

Age Group Daily Fee
Under 3 Years $144.00
Over 3 Years $140.00

Good to Know - What to Bring

What we Provide

  • Sunscreen
  • Five nutritionally balanced meals including: Breakfast, Lunch, Morning and Afternoon tea and a late Snack at the end of the day
  • Nappies
  • Bibs
  • Bedding

What to Bring

  • Hats
  • Formula and bottles
  • Soft toy or comfort blanket for nap time
  • Spare change of clothing
  • Water bottle

Our Educators

Our team of Educators are committed and passionate about ensuring your child will be safe, nurtured and cared for every day. At Guardian, children are encouraged to engage in interest-led play that creates learning and meaningful experiences.

Our Educators seek to optimise diverse learning opportunities and implement the Curriculum as framed by the Early Years Learning Framework.

You and Your Child

All Guardian Centres provide a Centre-to-Family communication platform so families can maintain contact with their children’s experiences through photos, stories and learning outcomes.

Our Centres use Storypark and each family is provided with a secure login to access on their computers, mobiles or apps.

Learn More About Our Centre

Tree House Early Learning Centre – Ascot Vale is located in a beautiful Victorian era mansion. Although it has been renovated to meet modern educational standards, it retains the feeling of a big, warm and welcoming home. Outside, the children love exploring natural spaces, objects and materials including trees, dirt, grass and sand.

Children have the opportunity to learn at their own pace both indoors and outdoors, with an individual learning and development program that is tailored to their interests. Although we promote developmentally appropriate routines, they have the opportunity to interact with children of different ages across the centre. Fundraising days are a great way to bring all the children together and support a local charity at the same time.

We offer an extended orientation process to fully understand the needs, routines and goals of each child. Once in our care, families are provided with a range of opportunities to participate in their child’s program, and to stay updated on their development.

Begin the Adventure at Guardian

To explore the centre, chat with our team of Educators and learn more about our high-quality curriculum, book a tour now.

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