At Yarm Gwanga we understand that placing your child in Childcare is an important decision and as such, we feel privileged to play an integral role in your child’s learning and development at Yarm Gwanga.
Our aim is to function as an extended family in order to provide your child with the security, warmth, and love which are essential to their development and growth.
Our professional and dedicated carers provide a program that enables children to learn through exploration and stimulating experiences. We aspire to create an environment that provides enjoyable and creative learning. This is achieved through activities designed to support your child in all areas of growth. Give us a call or visit our reach out via email.
Yarm Gwanga Advisory Group
The Yarm Advisory Group provides advice to the center about what we as a community are interested in, concerned about or would like to see changed.
If you would like to be part of this group and help shape Yarm, please contact Rhiannon here
Meetings will be held the last Monday of each month for an hour. We will be joined by a representative from Yarm and the UNE Early Childhood Team.
Bookings for enrolment of children into the Centre for Intensive Schools must be made in advance.
Weekend child care is not necessarily provided during Intensive Schools. If two weeks before the residential school, there are not at least four children booked in for weekend care, the Centre will not open.
Vacation Care provides a recreational program for primary school aged children during the school holidays.
Yarm Gwanga is owned by The University of New England. Yarm is managed in collaboration with UNE and UNE Life. Yarm's Approved Provider is the University of New England and the Director of UNE Life, David Schmude is the current Approved Provider contact.
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The University of New England respects and acknowledges that its people, programs and facilities are built on land, and surrounded by a sense of belonging, both ancient and contemporary, of the world’s oldest living culture. In doing so, UNE values and respects Indigenous knowledge systems as a vital part of the knowledge capital of Australia.