Our Facilites

At Enrich Early Educaiton we are passionate about the learning journey the children and educators go on every day while they spend time in our environment. Our Curriculum is grounded in the Early Years Learning Framework and inspired by Reggio Emilia & RIE approach.


We aim to instill in all children the importance of maintaining a lifelong respectful relationship with food with a particular focus on nutrition & sustainability. It is important children understand where food comes from and we use fresh produce from own vegetable gardens wherever possible.

​If your child has food sensitivities, allergies or cultural needs – please discuss these with the Director. In most instances, we can provide an alternative on our menu. As with everything that we do here at Enrich Early Education, your feedback is always welcomed.

Local Produce

We shop locally for our produce wherever possible and support local farmers in their business. Our cook is passionate about providing quality food with exciting, tasty, nutritious options and we are always looking to expand our selection for the children – so please don’t hesitate to stop in and see our cooks and offer your recipes. We publish our recipes regularly so that foods that your children enjoy or talk about eating can be reproduced by you at home.

Our menu program changes with the season ensuring that we are using the freshest seasonal ingredients to produce tasty & healthy meals. We customise our menu program through a four week rotating menu to promote variety and keep or menu exciting for the children.

Supporting Healthy Food Choices Early

Children’s beliefs and attitudes about food, as well as their eating habits, start at home and very early in life. As a provider of food to your child during this critical time, we take our role seriously and know that children who grow up enjoying a variety of nutritious foods from the Five Food Groups are more likely to make their own healthy choices as they get older.

We also design cooking experiences with our children (particularly in the older rooms) to allow them to better understand what is involved with providing good nutritious food – and to allow them the sensory experience of interacting with food in its various states eg raw vs cooked, skinned vs peeled etc.

Our Connection with the Community

At Enrich Early Education we believe we have the power to enrich the lives of others, through our kindness, connections, and service.

Together with Ashmore Gardens Care Community we run an intergenerational program to bring the young and old together, to share experiences, build awareness and improve the mental and physical health of our older population.

The children love their grand-friends and look forward to each visit.

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