Cobblebank Early Learning Centre
Quality Care for Your Child
We are very excited to be opening our new service in the heart of the Cobblebank community, located in the Atherstone estate, Aspire Early Education Cobblebank is the sister centre to our thriving Atherstone Centre that opened in 2019. Our Cobblebank service is a state of the art facility with beautiful indoor and outdoor environments for children to learn and grow in, we can’t wait to see the children exploring our exciting playground.
Aspire Early Education Cobblebank has 8 spacious rooms that support children through their entire learning journey catering for children aged 6 weeks to school age, from our intimate 8 place nursery room through to our state of the art Kindergarten, packed with additional learning programs to prepare your children for school. Our educators and teachers are passionate about inspiring a love of learning in your children, helping them to reach their full potential.
The Nursery – Inspiring an Early Love of Learning
Our small, intimate, nurseries provide families with the support and assurance they need bringing their children into the care environment for the first time. Our team of educators will work closely with each individual family to ensure that each child’s routine from home are followed to make that transition to care as smooth as possible. Our environments and programs are based on goals set by each family for their children, which supports infant development, ensuring from an early age that our children have a love of learning. This sets the foundation for enduring curiosity, lasting self-confidence and lifelong learning.
Expansive Outdoor Play Spaces to Explore
Our multi-aging outdoor spaces allow communities of children to come together to learn and grow. We have 2 exciting and flexible outdoor spaces; our nursery rooms share an open play space with opportunities to learn and discover, and our 2 -5 year old children sharing in the other outdoor community that is full of places to play and explore. Many children enjoy visiting their siblings, friends or family members throughout the day and these beautiful shared spaces allow these relationships to flourish. Research suggests that children of different ages playing together can benefit from learning opportunities and also increase skill development. It is an opportunity for beautiful relationships to be formed as older children role model and support younger children, while younger children see in older children leadership, helpfulness and sympathising roles. The younger children benefit from the positive models of older children, often aspiring to their levels of capability. At the same time, the older children rise to the expectations of the younger children and teacher, being very responsible and having opportunities to lend and use their expertise.
Meet our centre managers.
Hi everyone, my name is Allison Parr. I am one of the Centre Director’s at Aspire Early Education and Kindergarten Cobblebank, I share this role alongside Prue Wood. I have worked with children of Early Childhood and Primary age for 8 years now and have worked in several management roles nearing 15 years. I have been working as an Educational Leader at Aspire for the past 4 months and am now excited and looking forward to my role as Centre Director.
I am currently working towards my Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care and have completed a Diploma in Community Services Coordination. I am a proud mum of my 14-month-old son and am very passionate about Early Childhood Development and great Management Practice.
As Centre Director, I will strive for excellence and quality in childcare while promoting a co-operative team environment. We have a wonderful group of staff that are dedicated and truly amazing at what they do.
Centre Manager at Aspire Cobblebank
Hi my name is Prue. In 2006 I started off working in OSHC coming from a background in hospitality. As soon as I started working with children, I knew that was my passion and I had to pursue it. I worked in OSHC up until 2020, moving my way up from a program assistant, to Coordinating my own service, supporting my service and others through Assessment and Rating, as well as mentoring and guiding new educators who were starting out. I
In 2020 I had the opportunity to start mentoring and guiding the amazing educators here at Aspire Cobblebank. I am excited to take on the role of being one of the Centre Managers and look forward to working with the educators on providing a quality service for all of the children and families!
I am a proud mum of two boys who keep me on my feet, I married my husband Karl in March this year, have two fur babies and a pet lizard at home. I enjoy being outdoors as much as I can, showing my boys the importance of being outdoors and play using natural materials.
Centre Manager of Aspire Cobblebank