What we offer
- Play-based childcare for 6-week to 6-year old’s including funded 4-year-old kindergarten
- Natural outdoor play area with beautiful big trees and space for feathered and furry friends
- Nutritious seasonal menu
- Language program
- StoryPark account for parents to track their child’s development
Our childcare and kindergarten program
At Richmond Multicultural Children’s Centre, we believe that children are active learners with unlimited potential. We know they achieve better outcomes when their strengths, abilities, interests and cultural practices are understood and supported.
Our programs, developed in-line with the National Early Years Learning Framework, are designed to support and promote your child’s natural curiosity through active child-initiated play and adult-facilitated experiences.
We aim to provide great developmental outcomes for your child, arming them with skills for life and preparing them for the transition to school.
Situated at the edge of Citizens Park in Richmond our centre boasts a spacious and shaded, natural outdoor area designed for play and discovery.
Our internal spaces and nursery have been curated to provide a homely environment while supporting a wide range of stimulating learning experiences designed to encourage your child’s curiosity, problem solving and self-expression.
We’re proud to have a diverse team of sensitive staff, from qualified educators to our resident cook, who work diligently to provide a safe, inclusive and stimulating environment and community for children and their families.
Our staff engage with children to shape daily schedules, ensuring they have choice about when to play, learn, eat and rest.
Our relationship with you
We believe in working in partnership with you in caring for your child. We respect that all families have unique talents and strengths and welcome you to share yours with our caring community.
We are also able to offer access to a TRY Family Support Facilitator for families requiring additional support.
At TRY we’re more than an early learning and care provider. As a not-for-profit, we also work to improve life chances for children and young people facing adversity or isolation. We do this through youth mentoring, social enterprise employment programs, as well as supporting all families to access early learning.
When you choose to enrol your child at a TRY early learning and care centre you’re not only providing your own child with a great educational start to life, you’re also helping to transform the life chances of other Victorian children and young people.