Little Lane Manly Early Learning
Little Lane ELC Manly is a purpose built, architecturally designed facility. The thought process behind the concept has been carefully thought out and executed to ensure that Little Lane provides a premium service to cater specifically to children’s early learning and childhood education.
With the design focused on the Reggio Emilia philosophy, the service features large open classrooms- filled with natural light, spacious outdoor natural environments – fostering children’s physical development as well as their connection to the natural environment, Multipurpose Atelier and Music Rooms to ensure children’s creativity is supported and state of the art commercial kitchens to promote healthy eating and nutrition.
Little Lane Manly ensures that your child’s early learning journey will be filled with support and love, leading your child to reach their full potential and develop a lifelong love of learning.
Manly Early Learning Centre
Little Lane Early Learning is committed to providing high quality education and care for each child and their family with a fun, challenging, holistic and inspirational early childhood journey. We work with children aged from 0-6 years old and include them in a variety of fun games and activities that stimulate growth through challenge and play. All of our educators and teachers are highly skilled and offer a warm and friendly presence for your child to learn from.
Open Hours: 7:00AM - 6:00 PM
My Family Lounge
The ‘My Family Lounge’ is the universal parent portal providing access for parents to view published observations, photos and stories as well as manage their waitlist and enrolments within child care services around Australia. Use the widget and manage everything easily.
Reach out to the team at Little Lane Manly and let’s discuss how we can help your child as they embark on their early learning journey further into life. Call today to learn more about the child care subsidy and our Manly kinder services.
“Children learn as they play, Most importantly, in play children learn how to learn.”
O. Fred Donaldson