Circle of Security Classroom

We are so excited to announce we are now offering the Circle of Security Classroom professional development program – your ticket to mastering the art of fostering secure attachment in Early Childhood settings and building strong educator-child relationships!

Here’s what you can expect:

-Expert Guidance: Led by seasoned professionals and registered Circle of Security Classroom facilitators, we provide insights into the science of attachment and its practical application in early childhood care and education settings.

-Interactive Learning: Dive into engaging discussions, real-life case studies, and hands-on exercises that bring theory to life.

-Proven results: Join the ranks of educators and caregivers worldwide who have transformed their practice and witnessed profound changes in children’s emotional well-being.

DID YOU KNOW? COSC can be funded under ISA capacity building funding due to its proven efficacy in building educators’ capacity to respond to individual needs of children.

**Ready to make a lasting impact? Contact us to secure your spot today.**

 A look around Hazelwood Early Childhood Centre's Outdoor Space!!

 We are so excited to share with you the journey of the reimagining of the outdoor space at Hazelwood ECC. This video beautifully captures the joys of an engaging and inspiring playspace as well as the value insights of our educators. We are grateful to the many partnerships that contributed to this work being able to happen; the Hon. Trish Doyle for her support of our Community Building Partnership Grant application, the NSW Department of Education for the provision of funding through the Quality and Participation grant program, Blue Mountains City Council for the continued support of providing premises to not for profit providers to ensure high quality early childhood education and care is accessible and affordable, Belong Blue Mountains’ Building Assist team for being this project to life and to our Hazelwood team and children for their brilliant input and patience throughout the project.

Videography and editing: Keaton Daniels