Nido Early School Caversham

When you walk through the door at Nido, you’ll find a warm and loving environment. We have a unique approach to childcare and early education, inspired by the Reggio Emilia philosophy and are committed to providing children from six weeks to school age, fantastic opportunities to create, explore, discover and grow.

We offer:

  • High quality educational programs based on each child’s interests, abilities, culture and strengths
  • A hand-picked team of passionate, sector leading and degree qualified teachers
  • All our Educators are diploma-qualified or hold a Cert III
  • Every Early School has a Curriculum Leader to coach and mentor Educators in developing high quality programs
  • Architecturally designed indoor and outdoor spaces which optimise learning and development
  • Our unique atelier art workshops won’t be found anywhere else in Australia, encouraging your child to express themselves artistically
  • A delicious wholefoods menu developed exclusively for us by Nourished Beginnings
  • All meals are prepared in our on-site cucinas (kitchens)
  • A focus on good hygiene practices
  • Full government rebate

We’d love to answer any questions you may have and welcome the opportunity to show you what we can offer through a tour of your local Early School.

Features

Budgies and parrots Partnership with Simoonga Thandizani Trust School in Zambia Guinea pigs

My daughter attended Nido Caversham for 8m while I was juggling work, study and a newborn. After viewing 3 other daycare centers, I was about to give up when I saw a Nido was opening in my area. I took my mother along to orientation as she is the most critical person I know and she could not fault the center. I immediately enrolled my daughter in the pre-toddler room. We watched her speech EXPLODE, she would come home telling us of incursions, playing with animals, arts, outside play, sesory play, dancing and music. The meals are designed by a nutrionalist and smelt amazing! All the girls, from front desk, to management and the educators would interact with the children and seeing my daughter run up to the staff to hug them would melt my heart. An app allowed photos of my daughter to be sent to me through the day with a blurb of what she had been doing.