Senior Constable Debbie Chrystal visited Appleseed today to talk to the children about the different way they can keep themselves safe and also what Police do in their job. 



Today we fed our worms with fruit and vegetables scraps from our kitchen. Worms eat food scraps and then transform it into "worm tea" which is makes an excellent fertiliser for the garden.


We celebrated all of our wonderful Appleseed mums, grandmas, omas, aunties, nannas and other special mother-figures in our lives with an afternoon tea on Friday 11th May.


Kelly-Jean Burden, an Oral Health Therapist, came to speak to the Appleseed children today about Oral Hygiene.


This week we had a visit from some Fire Officers from the Eastwood Fire Department.


Today our talented Educator Melanie set up a face painting experience outside for the children.


The children demonstrated such great turn taking and problem solving skills as they assisted Ilaria to put together our new worm farm. 


Our chicks are continuing to grow bigger each day and the children are absolutely loving having them at Appleseed.


We are excited to announce that in the coming weeks, we will be introducing The Cultured Kid’s Early Childhood French Program across our entire centre.


We have eagerly been waiting all week for our chicks eggs to begin hatching.


Easter is almost here!

Our Yellow Room children displayed lots of focus and creativity as they got to work preparing their Easter gifts to give to their families.


The children of Appleseed have been very busy bees over the past month as they have been taking care of our brand new vegetable garden. 

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