Didgeridoo Player

Cultural Day

This week was very busy as all the children had the opportunity to learn about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture with some visitors from the local Yuwibara tribe and members of the Torres Strait Islander community. They shared their culture through traditional music using a didgeridoo or Yigi Yigi, dance, coconut leave weaving, using a casting net and… Read more →

Could my child get bitten by another child

Could my child get bitten by another child? Why can this happen? There are many things which staff do to prevent biting being an issue at Snugglepot Kindyland. Two such things are the provision of plentiful resources to avoid sharing issues and encouraging children to “use their words” to resolve their differences. Biting is a fairly common behaviour in toddlers… Read more →

How to use the kiosk sign-in facility

We are very excited to inform you that our service has subscribed to a fantastic digital sign in/out program called QK Kiosk. Why the new sign in/out process? Our service is joining over 500 childcare services across Australia by subscribing to this modern sign in/out process. Its reputation proves itself to be the easiest and most time-saving sign in/out process… Read more →


A set of policies are principles, rules, and guidelines formulated or adopted by our organization to reach its long-term goals and are published in a booklet or other electronic form that is widely accessible. Policies and procedures are designed to influence and determine all major decisions and actions, and all activities take place within the boundaries set by them. Procedures… Read more →

Natural Play Environments

Introduction Outdoor spaces should include a range of different natural features such as sand, soil, grass, a variety of different plantings and trees. It is not enough for children to look at trees and plants in children’s services, they must be able to actively explore, engage with, and experience different types of natural environments. This means allowing children to touch… Read more →