How about childcare centres in Casula? Does anyone know if they are of good quality?

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kristyk3 5 days ago
Hi, having small children and just moving to casula in jan this year I did a lot of research on child care centers in the area. I also went onto www.mychild.gov.au website to see the ratings of each centre I was interested in looking at. I noticed that there are a lot of centers in casula that are exceeding national quality standards in all areas. Jump onto the website and have a look. I was Impressed by quite a few centers, the only problem is they have long waiting lists and couldn't offer any days that I needed. It's better to put your childs name on a list at the start of the year, i was too late as I started looking In April and I still haven't received any calls from centers in casula, luckily I was able to find a centre in Preston's not too far away. Usually centers will graduate kids at the start of the year and put them into the next age appropriate room and it will open up vacancies
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