Amazing Kids

Our Way

Secure and Loving Environment

We provide care and education with a loving Christian ethos for children. The environments are full of innovative and original activities that allow children time and space to explore and learn.

At Amazing Kids, we are passionate about providing a ‘high-quality’ service within a secure, warm and loving environment. We are keen to ensure all your child’s needs are satisfied emotionally, physically and psychologically.

Play & Learn

Our programs are play-based aimed with the knowledge that children learn best when provided with opportunities and environments to freely engage with the world around them in pursuit of their own interests and curiosities.

At Amazing Kids, the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) is used by all educators for planning and programming purposes. This is the National Curriculum Document for children from birth to five years.

Spring Menu

Our menu is designed to vary on a 4 weekly basis and be reflected through multiculturalism and ongoing through the children’s voice (foods they like or would like to try). Each menu will include fresh fruits, vegetables, whole-grain bread, meats, poultry and dairy.

 

We only use fresh ingredients and seasonal produce. Please note that our centre is nut-free.

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Who we are

We are located at 183 Unley Road, Unley (a 5-minute drive to the Adelaide CBD). It is situated opposite Unley Shopping Centre and next to Unley City Council, library and historical St Augustine’s Anglican Church. The centre sits in a beautiful old bluestone building with high ceilings, cathedral-style windows and spacious rooms that used to be a primary school years ago.

 

Amazing Kids has a capacity for up to 70 children and provides care services from 7 am to 6 pm, 5 days a week to children from 2 to school age. All children are engaged to play, learn, develop, grow and create at our centre through our team of dedicated staff who are passionate, patient and professional to nurture children’s development, develop their potential and prepare children for their transition into school.