About East Sydney Early Learning
Constructed in 2016, the architecturally designed centre has a striking rooftop play area with views of the city. A nearby playground, The John Birth Memorial, has been upgraded for the centre, and a private bridge over the top of Berwick Lane provides a link to another outdoor learning space.
We have five age-based playrooms across three levels, which are all geared to enhance the children’s learning and development. There’s plenty of space for the children to play and explore, including a large sandpit, large shady trees and gardens, and a variety of outdoor and indoor equipment.
Children at the centre have access to stimulating early childhood learning experiences and curriculum developed and delivered by experienced and qualified teachers. Programs are designed in line with the Early Years' Learning Framework, to enrich child’s individual needs and interests.
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Getting to East Sydney Early Learning277 Bourke St, Darlinghurst
East Sydney Early Learning Reviews
Imogen Fahey Browne - 6 months ago
This is the most amazing centre! The teachers all have such beautiful bonds with each of the children. It is such a welcoming and fun environment. We could not recommend it more!
Louisa Pilkington - 6 months ago
This centre is fabulous! The staff are excellent, from management who take the time to get to know your family, to the staff in the classroom who come to love your children as you do, to the cook who comes round with food and gives out cuddles and last but not least to the Administrator who goes above and beyond to make sure your family are being looked after in every possible way. This centre has the feeling of a tight knit family run centre but with the benefit of the established infrastructure, support and learning curriculum of the Goodstart brand. The centre is new and clean, with an excellent use of indoor and outdoor play areas and the kids are happy and engaged. I could not rate this centre highly enough for all they do for the children and families. Edited to add; I’m fairly sure Luke Daykin below is not a parent of the centre and instead lives across the road and likes to complain about the centre, thanks for your contribution Luke!