Online Enrolments – Brockman House Children’s Services are enrolments and bookings are completed online please follow below link to create your application.
Child Care Subsidy – The Child Care Subsidy package commences on 2 July 2018, it will include the following changes:
- replace the Child Care Benefit (CCB) and Child Care Rebate (CCR) with a single, means-tested subsidy
- be paid directly to providers to be passed on to families
- be simpler than the current multi-payment system
- be better targeted and provide more assistance to low and middle income families.
For more information please follow this link https://www.education.gov.au/ChildCarePackage
A Giant Leap
Leaving your child or children in the care of others is a giant leap for parents. It may be that you are returning to work, or that your child needs socialisation, or that you need respite, but when you leave your children in childcare you need to be assured that your child is safe, their needs will be met, and that they will enjoy themselves and benefit from their experiences in childcare.
We are a High Quality Accredited Service catering for children aged 0-6 years. We promote sustainable practices and have a veggie garden that is maintained by Educators and children and used to provide valuable learning opportunities and healthy eating.
Honouring our responsibility
Brockman Community House Childcare Centre honors the responsibility that parents give us when they leave their children in our care. We are a not for profit Long Day Care Centre, Fully Licensed for 31 children (aged 0-6 years) and rated Meeting the National Quality Standard. We do not profit from the care of children, rather the focus is on the care of the children and providing meaningful opportunities for children to develop through play. Parents and carers are pivotal in this process and are always invited to be a part of their children’s experiences at Brockman Community House Child Care Centre.
Please call us for further information regarding Children’s Services current fees and charges.
Direct Debit is compulsory.