Children and Family Services news

Bossley Park Preschool under construction.

2019 preschool and day care enrolments now open

Published on Monday, 12th November 2018

Enrolments for Fairfield City Council’s preschool and day care services are now open for 2019.

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    Bonnyrigg Heights Early Learning Centre Open Day

    Published on Wednesday, 17th October 2018

    Parents and guardians of little ones are invited to Council's Open Day at Bonnyrigg Heights Early Learning Centre.

  • Mayor Frank Carbone at the future Bossley Park Pre School.

    New preschool for Bossley Park

    Published on Monday, 6th August 2018

    Fairfield City Council has broken ground on its newest preschool in Bossley Park.

  • 2018 Child Care enrollments open

    High Quality Early Education Proves Vital

    Published on Monday, 15th January 2018

    Fairfield City Council and Family Services is encouraging parents considering enrolling their children in early education and care, to start that process now, as demand is high this time of year.

  • Council calls for Family Day Care Educators

    Published on Monday, 15th January 2018

    Fairfield City Council is seeking people with a passion for providing high quality education to join its team of professional Family Day Care educators, to meet the growing demand for homebased child.

  • Club Marconi CEO Grant Imeson and Mayor Frank Carbone with a Stay and Play at the Gym child.

    Playgroup grateful for Club Marconi donation

    Published on Thursday, 9th November 2017

    Fairfield City Council’s Fairstart Early Intervention service has welcomed the donation of $15,080 from Club Marconi.

  • Children playing

    Fun during National Children's Week

    Published on Thursday, 5th October 2017

    In celebration of National Children’s Week, Fairfield City Council invites children under five and their families to two days of free fun and entertainment.

  • A Family Day Care educator with the children.

    Family Day Care earns top marks

    Published on Thursday, 31st August 2017

    Fairfield City Council is reassuring parents about the quality of its Family Day Care service in light of reports last week that a third of Family Day Care operators in NSW have been shut down.

  • Children taking part in play activity at a  childcare centre.

    Business as usual at Council's childcare services

    Published on Monday, 6th March 2017

    A national strike planned for Wednesday by child care workers won't affect Council's child care services. 

  • Special $2 deal on childcare

    Published on Tuesday, 7th February 2017

    Enrol at Bonnyrigg ELC preschool for $2 a day for 2 weeks for 3 and 4 year olds!