Entries by info@wato.com.au

Covid-19-Free-Childcare

Free childcare for Australian parents to support essential workers during coronavirus pandemic Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced early childcare will be free as the government works to support parents who work essential jobs to keep the country moving. The new support arrangements, which impacts approximately 13,000 facilities across the country, will form part of […]

Pilot Sports Program to be Rolled Out Across all Emali Centres

In an ongoing commitment to build strong relationships with our community we are very excited to announced we have  partnered with Youth Jobs PaTH. We we be implemening a sports program across all of our Emali centres. Youth Jobs PaTH is an Australian Government employment service that helps young people gain skills and work experience. […]

Emali and the South Australian Museum – Working Together

It is no secret that children love science. The South Australian Museum provides a  memorable, immersive learning experience. It is for that reason it provokes children’s imagination, and at Emali we are all about hands on fun learning experiences. The Museum offers five floors of intriguing displays for visitors to explore, along with regularly changing […]

Emali Partner with Adelaide Thunderbirds for the 2019 Season

Today we are excited to announce that in 2019 we are proudly supporting the Adelaide Thunderbirds. At Emali we believe that the mental and physical health of parents and carers is just as important as children’s health. This is because we know that, focusing on a healthy lifestyle with lots of physical activity assists parents and carers ensure we make good […]

Partnership with Flinders Early Childhood Education

Recently Emali Early Learning Centres announced an exciting partnership with Flinders University.  We asked our quality coordinator  Katherine Coulter to tell us what this means! Tell us a little about why Emali decided to work with Flinders Uni? Emali decided to work closely with Flinders Uni to support the students studying their early childhood qualifications. As a […]

The Benefit of Hugs

Hugs! Seemingly effortless yet worth the world – they are that source of comfort and affection that we seek from those around us. Children in particular are prone to feeling the need of physical affection, especially at an early age. Certainly, on a daily basis children seek attention, nurture and love and it is our […]

Play Based Learning

Play Based Learning Adelaide. At Emali Early Learning Centre we are firm believers and advocates for play based learning. Catering for children from 6 weeks to 5 years of age. We ensure we support every child’s individual strengths and interests. We believe transforming a child’s personal interest into a learning process allows them to develop […]

Experts Warn Parents That Teething Does Not Cause Fever

As any parent will tell you, when your baby or toddler is cutting teeth, it can be a trying time. Sore gums can cause your child to become irritable, salivate excessively and have a runny nose. Whilst some children breeze through the teething period without any noticeable symptoms, the majority of parents experience fussy days. […]