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BTP Early Learning Centre

Eight Mile Plains

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BTP Early Learning Centre

BTP Early Learning Centre

Brisbane Technology Park’s first childcare center in the heart of Eight Mile Plains - Family owned and operated, providing quality childcare for children 6 weeks to 5 years of age 🙂

Today's bush kindergarten adventure was a morning brimming with wonder and learning. We kicked off our morning at the discovery center, where the children were captivated by the array of interactive learning experiences showcasing the wildlife and fauna of Karawatha State Forest. Moving on to the excavation sand dig, the children eagerly unearthed hidden animals, sparking excitement and curiosity. Next, we tackled physically challenging activities at the adventure park, where natural equipment provided an extraordinary opportunity for the children to test and develop their physical skills. Wrapping up our adventure with a short bush walk along the Ironbark Circuit, we searched for animals and immersed ourselves in the beauty of nature. It was truly a memorable and enriching morning for all. ... See MoreSee Less
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On Tuesday, our esteemed friends June, Gwyneth, and Marilyn visited our integration program for the children, bringing with them a wealth of engaging activities. From collaging houses to crafting flowers, participating in literacy games, and enjoying captivating storytelling sessions, the children were immersed in a morning filled with enriching experiences. We extend our heartfelt appreciation to June, Gwyneth, and Marilyn for their dedication and look forward to their monthly visits, which undoubtedly enhance the children's educational journey. ... See MoreSee Less
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We checked out the discovery centre on our last visit to bush kindy! I wonder what else we can discover out on our weekly adventures? ... See MoreSee Less
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"🎉 What a fantastic Open Day we had today at BTP Eight Mile Plains! 🎈 It was such a success with a flurry of brand new faces joining our vibrant community. Our petting zoo stole the show, bringing smiles and laughter to all. And let's not forget the jumping castle and other exciting activities that showcased the magic of our center! A huge thank you to everyone who came and made it an unforgettable day. Here's to many more wonderful moments together! #BTPEightMilePlains #OpenDaySuccess" ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to all our wonderful families for joining in on our biggest morning tea this morning! 💛💛⭐️🌟🌝🤩 ... See MoreSee Less
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Location

26 Hi Tech Court
Eight Mile Plains, QLD 4113

Hours

M-F: 7am – 6pm
Weekends: Closed

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FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of our most common questions we get asked. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Visit our full FAQ’s, use the chatbox or call us on (07) 3452 8114

When can I visit BTP ELC?

We ask that you contact the centre so we can ensure we have someone to show you around our custom-built facility. We also have regular routines and events happening, so best to book ahead.
You can do this by calling us direct on (07) 3452 8114 or fill out this form and we’ll be in touch!

How can I find out if you have room for my child?

Easy! Simply give us a call on (07) 3040 2239 or fill out this form and we’ll get back to you asap.

What happens if my child is unwell?

You must keep your child at home if they are unwell. If they present any signs of illness while in care, we will contact you to collect them and seek medical advice.

When would a childcare centre close?

Our centres will only close if directed by public health or for other valid health and safety reasons. We will aim to reopen as soon as possible.

What happens if someone at the centre is diagnosed with Covid-19?

We will remain transparent and open in our communications with our entire community. We are required to notify relevant authorities if a confirmed case of COVID-19 has been diagnosed in our community. If a child or educator is undergoing testing, we are also required to notify the relevant authorities and therefore we will follow their advice. It is everybody’s responsibility to keep us informed of their COVID-19 health status.

We will act in accordance with the directions of the relevant authorities regarding cleaning, closure and reopening.