Our purpose-built Prospect Centre is close to the main road. The centre has five intimate classrooms, perfect for creating strong bonds between educators and children. Natural light fills the space, which is next to a large outdoor learning area.
Our team work with children to encourage all areas of learning. Emali educators provide care in a safe and happy environment. We work with families and communicate via email, our Emali App, and parent-teacher interviews. Our families are welcome in our centre each morning. Coffee and muffins are available for parents to grab breakfast and talk with our staff.
Our centre has with three large outdoor play spaces, ready for all conditions. Indoor and outdoor play are essential to the Emali curriculum.
Our Cradle, Forest, Ocean, and Safari rooms are catered for age-appropriately. Our educators work with families to provide high quality care. We maintain an environment where children feel at home. Emali use play and exploration to build on children’s unique strengths.
The Safari room is fun and engaging. We have a qualified teacher who provides a school readiness program suited to each child’s interests.
Important to note
At Emali we believe in learning through play. Our activities include yoga, Australian Sign Language, cooking lessons and child-initiated excursions.
Building relationships with our Prospect community is an important part of our educational program. The children engage in regular visits to Kiandra nursing home, and visit Rosary School to have play group time. Our children also visit Prospect Primary, to visit their wonderful playground and vegetable gardens.
- Emali Early Learning Centre- Prospect, 96 Gladstone Road, Prospect SA, Australia
Meet Our Director
As a passionate educator, Carol has been engaged in the Childcare sector for over 20 years. Holding a Diploma of Children’s Services, Carol is committed to ensuring that children are provided the highest quality care that is personalised to their individual needs. Enjoying maintaining supportive and nurturing relationships with children and families Carol is committed to making sure that children, families and educators gain a strong sense of belonging. Carol feels privileged to be a part of shaping children’s learning during their formative years.