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  1. #1
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    Sep 2009
    Bassendean WA

    Default Looking for childcare


    I'm currrently looking for a childcare centre for my DS who is nearly 2. He's never been in childcare. I work three days a week and my mother and mother-in-law shared the days. My mother-in-law can't look after him anymore so thats the reason I'm looking for childcare.

    I live in Sorrento at the moment. I'm looking for reviews on childcare near by. DS is really clingy so I'm not sure how he's going to go.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Padbury, Perth
    For one day a week I would look in to family daycare

    I have heard bad things about jellybeans in Padbury - management being quite lax

    I have DS in mulberry tree in Osborne park which has a fantastic kindy room.

    I was impressed with jellybeans in both Warwick and Carine.

    2 local community/govt centers close to you - Padbury and Endeavour have a great reputation but very long wait list.

    Hope that helps
    Me (23) DH (35)
    Jaxon ~ 22.05.09 ~ 8p 14oz


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