• Philosophy

  • Quality Child care comes from Families, staff and management working together in caring, respectful, trusting, open and co-supportive relationships.
    We believe that every child is individual and unique. However all children share a common disposition towards playfulness and fun.

    We aim to provide programs that foster this disposition and stimulate children’s curiosity, exploratory drive, inquisitiveness and imagination.
    We recognize that learning is life long, with the early years playing a critical role in the development of successful learners and confident individuals.

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  • Testimonial

    • “We have two children aged 2 and 4 that attend the LCCC and have done so since they were both 9 months old. The staffs at the LCCC are warm and provide a friendly learning and caring environment for our children. The staffs show a genuine concern for their well-being and this is reflected across the centre. The Director leads a very experienced team of professional staff whilst being inclusive of parents and family’s needs. The community based child care centre enables us to feel a part of our children’s care and have a say on the issues that really make a difference to our children! “

      Matthew and Rachael
    • “The decision to send our first child to a childcare centre was one we were not looking forward to. From the very beginning we found the staff at LCCC to be welcoming, caring and highly professional in their interactions with our entire family. When our first son started, we were immediately put at ease by the care provided to him, and also the communication, support and reassurance the staff provided to us. This has continued to be the case when our second son started. Both of our children enjoy childcare. They feel cared for by the staff and are always engaged in a range of activities both inside and out. The overriding feature of our experience at LCCC is the communication we receive from the director, team leaders and all staff.”

      Jess and Dan
    • “When our oldest daughter started with 3 years at Le Fevre CCC we had just arrived in Australia. She understood English quite well, but didn’t speak it. So it was a very difficult her to understand why the other children didn’t respond to her play. All staff members were very supportive and even tried to learn some basic words/sentences in our language. After only 10 days our daughter was fully integrated and had a lot of friends. We really enjoy the cultural diversity of the centre and the way every staff member values our cultural background. Over the last years we came in at least once a year, usually around Christmas, to tell our 3 children’s peers about our traditions”

      Manuela and Norman