Castle Glen Child Care Centre - Castle Hill

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“All four of my children have attended the centre and have loved it. The centre is now part of their shared childhood experiences.” - Carlijn van Baal 

“My child really enjoys the group work opportunities at Castle Glen. This year she has been particularly excited about the 'Schoolies' groups. Castle Glen has an excellent school-readiness program that is broad, interesting for the preschoolers and current in its method.” - Stephanie Reuben

  • Castle Glen Child Care Centre is a 40 place not-for-profit service that has been in operation for more than 30 years catering for children aged from 6 weeks to 5 years.
  • The centre is owned by The Hills Shire Council and is located on Gilbert Road in Castle Hill between Samuel Gilbert Public School and Knightsbridge Shopping Village.
  • Hours of operation are from 7am to 6pm Monday to Friday.
  • Castle Glen Child Care Centre Director - Tracy Warren

The centre offers:

  • spacious indoor and shaded outdoor areas (large sand pit, cubby, stage & bike track)
  • caring, experienced and qualified staff                           
  • nutritious meals, drinks and snacks prepared by an on-site cook
  • a full pre-school program
  • educational toys and equipment
  • regular internal and external excursions and/or special events  
  • low staff turnover
  • accreditation to high quality standards
  • a close relationship with Samuel Gilbert Public School

 

Make a Childcare Enquiry using this Online Form.

 

For more information regarding new enrollments contact Jade Fowler, Childrens Services on 02 9761 5703 or email: childcareapplications@thehills.nsw.gov.au

Currently enrolled families can contact the Childcare Centre on 02 9761 5771 or email childcarecastleglen@thehills.nsw.gov.au

 

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Early childhood is the ideal time for children to develop and practice combining healthy eating and physical activity.

Childcare services provide ideal settings to increase this awareness of appropriate physical activity and healthy eating habits through the Munch & Move initiative.