Kids Uni


Kids' Uni is a group of children's services centres providing expert care and education for children from 6 weeks of age through to 12 years old.

We operate four early education and care centres providing long day care for children. Three of our services offer care for children aged 6 weeks to 6 years with our fourth Innovation Campus service catering for 3 to 6 year olds at. Kids' Uni opened an Early Intervention centre in early 2020 providing intervention therapy services to children with a developmental disability aged 0 to 5 years of age. 

At Kids’ Uni, we recognise Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander people as being the first people of our nation and are committed to participating in a strong shared vision for reconciliation in Australia.

Our services embed cultural awareness and inclusion practices into our everyday activities and curriculum.

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At Kids' Uni we work with you to create Educational Programs for your child that are designed to be responsive to every child and their individual needs. Our relationships with you and your children form the foundation of your child's learning in a safe and secure environment.

Our programs allow opportunities for children to learn, interact and explore as an individual and as part of a group. We focus on developing children's curiosity, resilience and independence to prepare them for school in the best possible way. You can find out all there is to know about Kids' Uni in our Welcome to Kids' Uni Handbook.


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Kids' Uni supports the National Quality Framework because it is raising the quality of early learning in Australia. We recognise how important every child's first five years are in developing their social, emotional and learning skills for later in life.

UOW Pulse Children's Services is proud to have achieved a 100% rating of Exceeding National Quality Standard under the National Quality Framework for all four Kids' Uni children's centres. The national average is just 31%. (Source: Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority).

To find out more about the National Quality Framework and service ratings, visit the ACECQA website or ACECQA's family focused website Starting Blocks.

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