Welcome to Werribee Little Learners

Werribee Little Learners recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first Peoples of Australia.

We acknowledge the Bunurong and Wadawurrung Peoples as Traditional Owners of the lands on which we operate. The Wadawurrung and Bunurong Peoples have and always will belong to the Werribee Yalook (river), creeks, stars, hills and red clay of this Country. We pay respect to their Ancestors and Elders who always have, and always will, care for Country and community today and for future generations.


The Centre caters for 45 children and boasts 3 spacious rooms. Catering for children from Newborn-6 years, we offer great resources in a bright, comfortable atmosphere for the children and their families. Stimulating and developmentally appropriate programs are designed and implemented by trained and experienced educators. We are sure that your involvement with our Centre will be a pleasing and rewarding experience for you and your child.



We are a family owned and operated Centre, which has been operating for over 13 years in Werribee,  which prides itself in high quality old fashioned, child orientated education and care for your children.


Amy has worked in the health and community services industry for over 25 years, firstly as a Nurse specifically working with children and adults with additional needs and then moving across to childcare working not only as an Educator, but then went on to managing and directing large 100 place Centre's for many years. David has a passion for caring for and educating children, after being successful in the building and construction industry he felt it was time to give something back to the community and reap the rewards that comes from spending time educating children and watching them grow and develop.


Together we have 2 children, who are now grown.

Ryan is a Primary school teacher and Lauren is an early childhood educator while also studying her Youth Work Criminal Justice degree. 


We were fortunate enough to have them in small family operated childcare while growing up and this has inspired and motivated us to recreate the warm, small, old fashioned idea of childcare education and development.


We have a pet turtle who has many names but we call her Murtle. A pet Blue tongue lizard named Blaze and if you head over to our Gallery you will meet Basil our companion dog in training.

Pets are very important to us as the children love being responsible for them and the greetings every morning by many children make our hearts full.


Our motto is `It takes a Village to raise a child" and therefore we are creating the village...

We pride ourselves on our continuity of care with many educators having been with us for 10 years or longer. This is possible by our offering flexibility of working hours and helping them to find the important work life balance required to remain passionate within the Early Childhood Sector.


Our aim is to provide a developmentally appropriate program, which provides a variety of experiences that enables the children to grow, develop and also stimulates their curiosity.

We are here to encourage the children to learn, however, we are also here to make learning enjoyable and to create a home away from home for your children.


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Werribee Little Learners is committed to safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. We understand our responsibilities and statutory duty of care to comply with both the Victorian Child Safe Standards and the Reportable Conduct Scheme to build our capacity as an organisation to prevent and respond to allegations of child abuse. 

Our Service is committed to implementing and abiding by our Child Safety and Wellbeing Policy based on Child Safe Standards in Victoria (2022), which accentuates our zero tolerance for child abuse and raising awareness about the importance of child safety in our Service and the community.

We are dedicated to protecting children from abuse and neglect and promote a child safe environment, maintaining children’s wellbeing. We adhere to our comprehensive Child Protection Policy, standing by our mandatory reporting responsibilities to protect children from physical, sexual, emotional and psychological abuse and neglect.

We work to ensure there is clear awareness between appropriate and inappropriate behaviour concerning adults and children. We require clear precincts between children and employees, volunteers and the community to maintain children’s safety.

We are dedicated to promoting cultural safety for Aboriginal children, cultural safety for children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe environment for children with a disability.

We value diversity and do not tolerate any discriminatory practices.

We are committed to ongoing professional development for employees to maintain their ability to distinguish and respond to situations of abuse and neglect, ensuring employees are responsive to their responsibilities in keeping children safe.

We work in collaboration with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and have confidence in educating children about their right to be safe. We believe in teaching children what to do if they feel unsafe and encouraging them to express their view and thoughts on matters that directly affect them.

As educators we listen to and empower children to act on any concerns, they or others may raise which is reflective in our policies and procedures in keeping children safe.