Golden Seeds

Enrolling your child into Golden Seeds Early Learning

At Golden Seeds Early Learning, our centre Directors and our Enrolment specialist
are here to provide you with a personalised and uniquely tailored enrolment process
to meet your family’s needs. We understand that enrolling your child into care can be
a big decision and may cause a sense of overwhelm at times. Our priority is to
nurture you from the moment you make your first enquiry with us, holding your hand
every step of the way till you have settled comfortably into Golden Seeds.


Our team will ensure to provide assistance in completing all regulatory paperwork,
we have made this easy for you with an online enrolment form via OWNA that you
can easily complete when ready. Our Enrolment Specialist will also gently guide you
through what documents you will need to submit upon enrolment, answer all
Childcare Subsidy (CCS) questions and ensure your family is well prepared for their
first day.


Before you even start your first day, at Golden Seeds Early Learning it is our priority
for our educators and your family to become familiar with one another. Once your
enrolment has been confirmed your centre Director will contact you to organise 1 to
2 orientations. These orientations are designed to support your child in establishing
familiarity with their new learning environment, encourage relationship building with
your new educators and for our families to go through everything they need to know
about how our centre operates. These orientations usually run for approximately 1
hour and a wonderful opportunity to talk about your child’s routine, their interests,
and for our team to learn everything they can about your family to assist in ensuring
a smooth and positive transition into early learning.


Here are some helpful links below that might add insight about your enrolment and
the benefits of our process.

CCS Explained:

OWNA explained for families:

CCS Explained video:

Benefits of Early Learning:

Benefits of Enrolment and Orientations/Partnerships with Families:


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