Innovative early learning college set to launch in Petrie

By Jamie Furness

It’s smiles all around at Adam and Noah Early Learning College

The Petrie Early Learning College by Adam and Noah is a new state-of-the-art education centre set to launch in Petrie in July 2022.

Adam and Noah Early Learning College, which has been operating since 2014 in Heritage Park, provides children with a head start in life through an innovative approach to early learning and education.

The new model of childcare was designed to nurture children’s development and cater to the individual needs of students and families.

Students attending the Petrie campus will also benefit from weekly excursions to the Adam and Noah centre in Heritage Park.

All meals will be provided by in-house chefs including breakfast, morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea and snacks.

Adam and Noah Early Learning College founder Georgiana Karam said families in Petrie who would like to learn more about the Adam and Noah Early Learning College are invited to attend an open day in Heritage Park on May 21 from 9am am to 3pm.

A dinosaur awaits at the Heritage Park Adam and Noah Early Learning College (and there is one on the way for the Petrie campus too!)

‘We’re going to have live music, a sausage sizzle, a petting zoo, face painting, a jumping castle and more,’ she said.

The open day will provide parents and children with the opportunity to meet with staff and tour the facilities at Heritage Park, which includes a junior cafe, a computer lab, parents lounge, indoor sports court, outdoor sports court, and a theatre stage.

The Heritage Park campus is home to an ‘Outdoor Advertureland’ which includes a City Adventureland, Ancient and Archaeological World Adventure with pyramids, fossil digging, and dinosaurs, two sports areas, an animal and vegetable farm, and a shaded picnic area.

Young students learning the Piano

They also have an on-site indoor play area called ‘The Fun Spaceship,’ which includes an indoor playground, climb-in UFO and rockets, rock climbing and soft play equipment.

Georgiana said the early learning college’s advanced curriculum was designed to educate students to the same standard as a year two student upon graduation.

‘That’s what makes us unique; we are not babysitting children, we are educating them,’she said.

The academic curriculum covers language, maths, science, health, safety, social skills, arts, cooking, engineering, computers, drama, acting, poetry, singing, puppetry, music, and sports including soccer, basketball, athletics, gymnastics, and badminton.

Georgiana built Adam and Noah Early Learning College because she recognised a gap in early education for children and wanted to create better learning opportunities for them.

Named after her two boys, Adam and Noah was designed to provide a holistic approach integrated through routines, activities, open-ended exploration and play and meaningful relationships.

The Open Day will be held at 130 Waller Road in Heritage Park, 4118. More details are on the flyer below.

For more information, visit the Adam and Noah Early Learning Centre website or contact 07 3054 1054.


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