KOOL KIDZ Tarneit West

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Kool Kidz Childcare Tarneit West is a purpose-built Early Learning, Childcare and Kindergarten facility. All children’s playrooms have a spacious play area, an abundance of educational resources and fun toys, art and craft supplies and colourful books. There are dedicated sleeping areas and easy access to baby change tables and toilet facilities throughout the premises. The service also has a well-equipped outdoor play area and a separate kitchen that allows staff to provide healthy meals and snacks while catering for special dietary needs.

Kool Kidz Tarneit West

345/351 Hogans Rd
Tarneit West, Victoria 3029

P: 03 8754 8653
E: tarneitwest@koolkidzchildcare.com.au

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday, 6.30am – 6.30pm
Closed Public Holidays

Meet Your Approved Provider

Tash Setia

Hi, my name is Tash. I am the owner, operator and approved provider of Kool Kidz Tarneit West. As a parent, I appreciate how daunting it can be to find a good quality childcare service, as I have been through the same process with my little one. Therefore, I am so excited to offer you, and the community, a purpose-built childcare service for Tarneit West and surrounding suburbs. My service caters, and educates for 130 children between 6 weeks to 5 years of age. As the owner/operator of this beautiful service, my focus is to be a part of the local community.

We envision to support and develop children’s strengths and potential through a child-centred, collaborative teaching, and learning environment inspired by nature and driven by children, families and community. Kool Kidz is inclusive of all cultures, and respects and embraces the Aboriginal and Torres Strait peoples. Our service provides one extra educator over and above the child to educator ratio, as this allows consistency of educators within the room throughout the day.

As a privately owned service, our unique philosophy recognises the benefits of providing a holistic learning experience for the children in a caring, enriching environment supported by skilled, knowledgeable and passionate Educators who value families and the community. We believe children are more inclined to be inspired and creative when their parents or guardians are involved in their play and education. Therefore, we aspire to be each child’s extended family, and support them to learn in an exciting and educational manner, as learning through play is a critical aspect in supporting healthy growth and development of young children. I have an open-door policy and welcome your feedback and communication.

We welcome you and your families to come and pay us a visit at Kool Kidz Tarneit West.

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What are parents saying about Kool Kidz Tarneit West?

Kirsty Maree
Amazing childcare! Our daughter loves going to Kool Kidz. Amazing and helpful staff, will always go above and beyond for the children in their care. Regular incursions, Amazing and healthy foods, great staff to children ratios. I wouldn’t send my children anywhere else in the west.
Skye Fox
Amazing childcare with extremely friendly and knowledgeable staff! My kids love it there and so do we!
Adoniah Peita
Our family absolutely love Kool Kidz Tarneit West, the team are amazing ! An absolutely great service in which we recommend very highly.
Harsh Tandon
Very friendly and experienced staff kids learned a lot of new things plenty to explore new activities every day
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Kool Kidz Childcare Tarneit West
345-351 Hogans Rd, Tarneit VIC 3029, Australia

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Applying culturally and linguistic approach establish and develop cultural connections among children in which they acknowledge and respect indigenous cultural beliefs, values and practices.
As a part of reconciliation week, the Butterflies children participated in lots of experiences in regards to aboriginal people in context of national reconciliation week.The educators read dream time stories to the children from which children learnt the essence of aboriginal culture by learning their native words which identify people, and links to land, country of indigenous people. The children also got the opportunity to have a feel of dot painting on the paper dolls. The children also made a collage with the dot painted cut outs of their feet as well as the educators feet to show their support for reconciliation. To conclude the week, the children made damper with the help of educators, which they had for afternoon tea.
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"Laughter is brightest where the food is best."
At Kool Kidz Tarneit West, we serve nutritionally rich and balanced food for children. Today we had flavorsome 'One pot Mexican chicken served on a bed of rice' with a vegetarian option loaded with cheesy goodness and spice.
It was an absolute treat for children as we could see their smiles of satisfaction.
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Laughter is brightest where the food is best. 
At Kool Kidz Tarneit West, we serve nutritionally rich and balanced food for children. Today we had flavorsome One pot Mexican chicken served on a bed of rice with a vegetarian option loaded with cheesy goodness and spice. 
It was an absolute treat for children as we could see their smiles of satisfaction.

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Looks so good and I m sure it taste even better!!

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National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is celebrated each year between 27 May and 3 June. This is a celebration held across Australia observing the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
In Butterflies room, children made rain sticks using sustainable resources to celebrate the culture.The children did dot painting on their rain sticks using ear buds. Children loved using them to make music and explore various sounds created by the materials inside the tubes. The educators included the concept of science to this learning experience by involving the children in a sink and float experience. The children also participated in dot painting on leaves which were then displayed in the room.
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When children explore nature using their senses they are making many connections. Nature brings many miracles, big and small and it is important for children to experience them. For example, what the texture of sand feels like, how we can
mould clay etc. As educators we can promote this kind of sensory learning in the classroom using nature and hands on activities.
National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is a perfect time to incorporate such experienced in children's learning. It is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.

In responsive to this important festival, we did various learning experiences to encourage our children to understand the importance of reconciliation as well as remember this in their hearts and minds. We read books about Australian animals, and made echidna with air dry clay and some nature materials like leaves and small branches. We also prepared a sand tub for the children to copy the aboriginal signs and symbols using their fingers. Besides, we did dot painting with red, black and yellow colour on the cardboard tube to represent Didjeridu.
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National Reconciliation Week is celebrated annually from 27th May-3rd June. This year the theme is “In this together”- which we think resonates perfectly with our current situation of COVID-19, lockdowns and isolations. It reminds us that whether in a crisis or in reconciliation, we are all #InThisTogether. Celebrating Reconciliation week allows children to learn about shared cultures, achievements and histories. It also allows to contribute to building a reconciled Australia. In our kindergarten we set up various activities this week, where children traced around their own footprints and decorated them with the Aboriginal sacred colours that relate to this special celebration. We initiated conversation with the group where children brainstormed what they can do to put actions into words. Children painted gum leaves with some ochre painting colours and made their own Aboriginal-style handprints with white colour to explore indigenous art. After reading to a Dreamtime story we spoke about the Rainbow Serpent or Rainbow Snake and did a craft activity where we made rainbow snake with cardboard, yarn and googly eyes. ... See MoreSee Less

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