Child Care Centre Fremantle

Welcome to Treasured Tots Fremantle, a welcoming ‘home away from home’ for little ones between the ages of six weeks and five years.

Conveniently located in the heart of Fremantle in the historic Maristella campus, the centre offers a safe, secure, nurturing and supportive environment filled with love, laughter, creativity, exploration, learning and development. 

  • Loving, secure, safe and welcoming environment for children and families
  • Highly trained, professional staff
  • Highest standards of childcare and education
  • Wellness program
  • Conveniently situated
  • Light, bright spaces with ample room and resources for 99 children
  • State-of-the-art-facilities including an art studio and sensory room
  • Healthy menus designed by a paediatric nutritionist
  • Veggie garden & pet chickens 
  • Part of the respected Treasured Tots network of childcare centres in Perth and Mandurah

Open from 7.00am to 6.00pm

08 6219 5465

fremantle@treasuredtots.com.au

69 Hampton Road, Fremantle

Lots has happened since we first opened our child care centre in Fremantle in 2011. 

We had outgrown our original premises and when we were offered space in the old Maristella building in 2015, we jumped at the opportunity. We were able to custom-design the amazing spaces to create a beautiful light-filled environment with an excellent indoor/outdoor flow. 

We worked with specialist child care consultants to carefully plan the space to include specific learning areas and create an environment where children, staff and families feel at home.

And everyone’s welcome!

We embrace Freo’s multicultural community and our diverse activities and resources are designed to bring out the best in each individual child.  We have language classes.  We have yoga for relaxation.  We have a wide choice of specific learning areas for smaller groups.  And our light sensory room is something really special too.  This is a unique space which allows children to explore and develop their crucially important sensory processing. 

We also have a veggie garden and pet chickens which the children love getting involved in - and our families love the fresh produce and newly laid eggs too!  

Healthy eating is another of our priorities.  We passionately believe that this gives children the best possible start in life and all our meal and snack menus have been specially created by a paediatric nutritionist for optimum nutritional balance.

At Treasured Tots Fremantle, we care about each and every child.  Each one is unique and we strive for a successful and supportive partnership with families for the best possible future development of the child.

 

The Art Studio 

This space is where children experience working with and alongside art materials and resources, without being afraid of making mistakes. The studio is a space for children to be, to explore, make
and create. It is here the children go through the process of creation through an
open-ended art experience.

Meet Charissa our "Art Coordinator"

As a studio coordinator, my goal is to guide, model and take opportunities to look
closer at the role of art on the lives of the children and pay more attention to ways on
how art invite children to look at things closely, ask questions, take on new and
extend perspectives, explore emotions and thinking, the ability to communicate and
listen. I have always believed that art is a reflective, creative and deliberate process that enhances and extends children’s learning. To nurture and scaffold (art) skills, there is the need of a creative hub, a studio.

The outcome (artwork) emphasises on the interpretation of an experience, not ‘just a product’ to hang on the fridge. Art is an expression of the children’s current understanding, leading to an understanding that art is a tool for making meaning; a tool to help children make (visualise) their thoughts, theories and perspectives.

 

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If you’re investigating options for childcare in Fremantle, we’d love to hear from you!  Either call or email us to book a tour or pop into our centre at 69 Hampton Road to see our facilities and meet our friendly team. 

What Bravery Looks Like

Back in March when Covid19 first joined us, we began having many conversations with the Sparkles children. We asked them what their thoughts were on ‘The Bad Bug’ and how did the pandemic affect them.
By sharing their concerns, thoughts and opinions, the children were being brave. This then led to a new conversation after the lockdown; What is brave? What does it look like? How can we be brave? We documented this journey into a video titled “What Bravery Looks Like” and shared it with the Creative Bravery Festival in Scotland, United Kingdom.
Sometimes, small talks can end up changing one’s perspective in viewing a situation or event. By acknowledging and recognising the children’s’ big feelings, we are holding their space to feel secure and protected. These children have reminded us, adults, how valuable and valid their feelings are, and what it means to have an open conversation. We are on this journey together.

                

 

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Diamonds (2-3years)