News & Updates
Please feel free to place your child's name on our waiting list.
07-08-2020 
Even though you can't visit us in person at the moment!

Our social stories proved a great success!
23-05-2020 
We mailed out social stories to all children before they returned to preschool after an extended break due to Covid 19

We still aren't having preschool tours...
25-05-2020 
We will let everyone know when we start having preschool tours again. We know many people are waiting for them to start!

Resource packs will be sent this week!
04-04-2020 
We have put together resource packs for all of our families with brand new resources that they chose through an online order form!

We're not letting Covid -19 Stop Us!
04-04-2020 
We have been live streaming our story time and sending replay links for our music movement sessions for three weeks now!

As of January 2020, we are the only early childhood service in Eastwood to have twice been rated as Exceeding the National Quality Standards in all 7 Areas!
19-01-2020 
In fact, as of May 2020, we are one of only 73 centres from over 5500 centres across NSW to have been rated Exceeding all 7 quality areas twice.

We have been rated EXCEEDING again!
17-10-2018 
We were assessed and rated in September and have been given a rating of EXCEEDING the National Quality Standard in ALL 7 areas!

Muru Mittigar Visit
04-06-2018 
We can't wait to learn some dances and songs this week...

Numeracy and Counting Seeds
12-04-2017 
Early this term some of the children picked some tomatoes from our vegetable garden and were very interested in the seeds inside. This led to counting the seeds and then exploring a range of fruit to predict if the fruit would have one seed or many seeds. 


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St. George's Preschool Eastwood
The Ladder.....
12-04-2017 

This term some children have worked together to make a ladder using timber and screws. A small group of children used tape measures and pencils to mark out the distance between the ladder rungs on two pieces of timber. A good chance to include numeracy in action once again. (EYLF Outcome 5 Numeracy development)

The children needed to work together as one held one end of the tape and another child held the other end. (EYLF Outcome 42 Belonging to a group). The children also needed to work together to measure how long the side rails needed to be. Choosing screws that were long enough to go through the two pieces of wood to join the rungs to the side frames once again involved comparison of lengths of wood.