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    Default Subicare and Subiaco School of Early Learning

    I'm only 20 weeks so feel like it's a bit premature to be posting this, but I've been told by a few people to get our name down on childcare waiting lists now. (Is it really that busy? Do I really need to do it now?)

    At the moment, I plan to take about 9 months off work, then start slowly introducing DS to childcare before I return to work part-time when he's about 12 months. I work in West Perth and DH works in Subiaco, so Subicare and the Subiaco School of Early Learning are both quite handily located.

    Before making any decisions we'd obviously check them both out, but I hoped someone on here may have used one or both of these centres, and could provide an honest opinion of how they found them. We're keen for a centre that will be really stimulating and educational, and are fortunately able to pay a bit more for somewhere if it's able to offer a really good pregram.

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    Hi - ou daughter has been at Subi school of early learning since she was a baby and I highly recommend it. It is predominantly Emilio reggio based and the studio is just lovely. You really need to pop in and visit to get the full picture. The carers are great as well - they do change somewhat regularly, but I think that is the same as other centres. You can always book a tour, but they have a waiting list so wise to get on early if you prefer. There is also the west leederville centre which I havent been too, but it has the same philosophy (except a lot bigger from what I have been told). Hope this helps!

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    Thanks Redbox, much appreciated!

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    Hi

    This is good and helpful.


 

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