Address: 290 Edgeware Road, Enmore NSW 2350
Hours: 7am - 6:00pm, Monday to Friday
Oac Enmore is a large and spacious campus with charm and character. Set in the heart of Enmore, each room has its own outdoor play area. Your child will enjoy getting to explore and learn in a stimulating environment while being guided and nurtured by caring educators.
Using the Early Years Learning Framework along with the unique Oac Grow curriculum, your child will learn through a range of fun and engaging experiences which are designed around your child’s interests and abilities.
Some of the highlights of this campus include:
- Dedicated early learning spaces for children of each age group
- Dedicated Nursery spaces including sleeping cot rooms, cot linen, nappies, bottles and formula
- Oac Education curriculum – Oac Grow with a dedicated school readiness program led by a tertiary qualified teacher
- Oac Grow includes music, language, drama, sustainability and active programs
- In- house Allied Health Team
Please make an enquiry here or call the Customer Relations team on 02 8968 1500.
Our Campus Director, Angela
At Oac Enmore, we aim to create an environment where families and educators work in partnership to support your child to reach their full potential. This means recognising your child for the unique being that they are and the contribution you and your child make to our campus community.
We hope to work in partnership with you to develop your child’s sense of belonging, security, and the confidence to challenge their curiosity each day. We do this through individualised planning, play based learning and purposefully created learning environments which challenge children to hypothesis, problem- solve, and develop a sense of wonder about our world.
From our youngest children, to our biggest pre-schoolers, we aim to inspire them to create, and become wonderful contributors to society. Our children are keen gardeners and are developing a sense of responsibility for our world.
Our goal is to prepare your child to leave early education and onto primary school with a thirst for knowledge, the ability to problem- solve, and the confidence to be the person they are- skills that will not only prepare them for school, but for life.