Ohana Early Learning

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Response Sheet

March 20, 2020

Ohana recognises the anxiety for families around the level of information on the CoronaVirus pandemic. To help families understand both our operations and the safety and well being of the children, we have prepared an Information & Response Sheet for parents to keep you informed.Within the fact sheet is information on the financial implications of…

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Applying for Additional Childcare Subsidy (ACCS)

March 20, 2020

ACCS is available for people experiencing temporary financial hardship. It provides short term support to families experiencing a significantly reduced ability to pay their childcare fees, such as if a parent lost income due to being unable to attend work. This hardship payment can be applied for via your MYGOV access with Centrelink. For more…

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Our New Intergenerational Care Program – Postponed

February 23, 2020

UPDATE – This program is currently postponed. The benefits of Inter-generational Care Programs have been well researched and featured in the media, as they enable children to learn from, and connect with, an older generation. This interaction helps improve children’s behaviour and attitudes towards older people, and builds an overall sense of well-being for both…

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Walker Learning – Our New Teaching Program in 2020

February 3, 2020

Want to learn more about the new approach to learning being adopted by Ohana in 2020. Click here to see what our Preschool teachers at our North Boambee campus are saying about this new style of teaching. This new pedagogy is a new and exciting learning method built upon a play-based approach to teaching, that’s…

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Intergenerational Care – Seeing the World Through Each Others Eyes – Excursion

December 19, 2019

On the 25th November, eight children from the Eagle Ray room (our North Boambee centre) participated in an excursion to Opal Retirement Village as part of our ‘Intergenerational Care – Seeing the World Through Others Eyes’ program. The children were excited as we put on our hi-vis vests and walked up to Opal. We were careful crossing…

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Our Sustainability Efforts November 2019

December 11, 2019

Well, we almost had it in the bank, the smoke-filled air took its toll on our panel generation for the month, and we will not make our target #100renewable for the year – just another side effect to the terrible devastation the nation is experiencing. The very positive news is that all our centres showed…

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Our Sustainability Efforts November 2019

December 11, 2019

Well, we almost had it in the bank, the smoke-filled air took its toll on our panel generation for the month, and we will not make our target #100renewable for the year – just another side effect to the terrible devastation the nation is experiencing. The very positive news is that all our centres showed…

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Our Sustainability Efforts November 2019

December 11, 2019

Well, we almost had it in the bank, the smoke-filled air took its toll on our panel generation for the month, and we will not make our target #100renewable for the year – just another side effect to the terrible devastation the nation is experiencing. The very positive news is that all our centres showed…

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Our Sustainability Efforts November 2019

December 11, 2019

Well, we almost had it in the bank, the smoke-filled air took its toll on our panel generation for the month, and we will not make our target #100renewable for the year – just another side effect to the terrible devastation the nation is experiencing. The very positive news is that all our centres showed…

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Our Educator Spotlight: Winners for November 2019

December 3, 2019

Congratulations to our November winners from the Educator Spotlight initiative. Each of our winners receive a $75 shopping voucher in appreciation of their efforts. Emerald Village – Navpreet Sidhu and Mandeep Rai (tied) North Boambee – Allana Ellington Scarba Street – Jo Franco South Grafton – Nyvee Rosalejos The centre with the most votes during…

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