South East Queensland’s fastest growing childcare centre group, Edge Early Learning (EEL), has opened the doors to its first Beaudesert centre.
The new centre opened on 31 January at 10 Telemon Street, Beaudesert and will provide a revolutionised learning space for 85 local children per day.
The custom-built centre features new outdoor play areas with bike tracks, water play, climbing forts and sand pits.
New indoor features include facial recognition security, modern classrooms and purpose built art studios, a special resource that Edge Early Learning have introduced into their centres to encourage and harness children’s creativity from a young age.
The Beaudesert centre opening marks Edge Early Learning’s 26th site within south east Queensland.
As part of the opening, Edge Early Learning will create 20 new jobs.
Edge Early Learning CEO Annie Bryce encouraged parents to enrol their children.
“I believe the newest location will play an important part in the development of the suburb’s next generation,” Annie said.
“I know how difficult it can be for families to find the right childcare centre, but our role is to meet the needs of each family and ensure parents are closely involved with their child’s learning experience.”
“To have a state-of-the-art centre open within Beaudesert is really exciting for us here at Edge Early Learning, and also for the new families and children that we can’t wait to welcome.”
Edge Early Learning is known for building state-of-the-art early learning centre facilities that support the needs of the community and offer added conveniences to families, while being committed to delivering an exceptional experience where children can discover their potential and start school with a love of learning.
Families who are looking to secure a place at the new Edge Early Learning Beaudesert centre should enquire now.
To find out more, visit: www.edgeearlylearning.com.au/centre/beaudesert