Our Services

Making Moments Matter

At Aurora Early Education,  we aim to make every moment matter. Your child will have the time she or he needs to learn in a caring, friendly and fun space. Our Love & Play philosophy means all children are treated with respect and given attention to explore using play based learning every moment of the day. 

Our curriculum is firmly based on the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework (VEYLDF) and the Early Years Learning Framework for Australia (EYLF), both of which guide educators on the optimum ways children learn and develop. They outline five key Learning Outcomes that help get your child to become school ready.

At the end of their time at Aurora, children should:

  • Have a strong sense of identity
  • Be connected with and contribute to their world
  • Have a strong sense of wellbeing
  • Be confident and involved learners
  • Be effective communicators

Infant & Toddlers

Designed for the littlest ones in our care, the Seamist Studio caters for to babies and toddlers with special education and play curriculum designed to encourage their natural curiosity.

The multi-age space gives your child a wonderful environment to develop a wide range of life skills in a safe environment. Each age group learns from each other to practice their leadership skills and interact meaningfully with love, empathy and greater understanding as part of the Aurora philosophy.


Pre- Kinder

Our pre-kinder program is run in our Moonglade studio with a strong focus on social, physical and emotional development. We focus on encouraging curiosity and eagerness to learn through creative methods such as art, music and ‘hands on’ experiences, focusing in the second half of the year on skill building in readiness for kindergarten the following year.



At Aurora Kindergarten, our Willow Walk studio room offers a rhythmic routine and structure to each day. Each session allows for whole group discussions and explorations of concepts and then children direct their own learning through interactive, fun and exciting change exciting to enriching experiences that are set up around the room.

Activities and experiences are carefully thought through to meet individual children’s needs and abilities to further develop their knowledge and skills. Concepts are discussed during whole group session time and then activities facilitate exploration and inquiry to build on a child’s base knowledge.



Aurora offers full time and part time positions for children aged 6 weeks to 6 years. All positions are for the full day, allowing families to attend at any time during operational hours. The service requires enrolments of a minimum of 2 days.


At Aurora, we ensure a smooth transition to enrolling your child in our care through careful planning and allocation of time. We aim to make the process as straightforward as possible. We strongly encourage you to take part in our orientation process – it will help create a positive experience and make your child feel safe and happy in our space.

Take advantage of our 2 x one-hour complimentary orientation visits – they’re a great opportunity for you, family members and your child to get to know us better and understand your routines.

Priority of Access Guidelines

Aurora is required to adhere to Department Of Education guidelines when filling placements:

Priority 1: A child at risk of serious abuse or neglect
Priority 2: A child of a parent satisfying the work, training, study test
Priority 3: Any other child.

Within these priority categories, priority is also given to:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, Families that include a disabled person, Families on lower incomes, Families from non-English speaking backgrounds, Socially isolated families, Single parent families.