Southern Cross Early Childhood School is situated in Scullin in the Belconnen region of the ACT. The school caters for children from birth to eight years, and offers integrating services including child care, Preschool to Year 2 education and a range of community programs.
Watch this video to find out more about Southern Cross Early Childhood School: https://youtu.be/xYwJqJSLyMQ
The School is built on the land of the Ngunnawal people. The contribution of the traditional owners of the land is acknowledged at all school functions.
The school ensures continuity for children in both their learning and relationships during their early years. The School's motto, "From Little Things Big Things Grow", encapsulates the value placed on providing a caring and nurturing environment for our young children to grow and develop into active and successful members of our community. High quality early education is offered through a focus on play-based learning, explicit teaching of literacy and numeracy, science, sustainability, physical education and all aspects of the Arts.
Watch this video to hear more about the benefits of enrolling your child in an Early Childhood School in the ACT: https://youtu.be/h0BmHHMVtRw
Latest News at Southern Cross Early Childhood School
Family Board Games Night – Wednesday 12 May 2021
Posted on 25 May 2021
How wonderful it was to see so many families attend our Family Board Games Night. The hall was buzzing with excitement as families played familiar games and discovered new ones. The school has a large number of board games in the library for borrowing. Please see Nicole at the front desk if you would like to take a game home to play with your family.
Posted on 28 Apr 2021
Enrolments for 2022
Posted on 12 Feb 2021
Canberra Region Local Business Awards
Posted on 02 Feb 2021
Outdoor Learning Day and NAIDOC Week
Posted on 20 Nov 2020What a fabulous day we had last Wednesday celebrating both Outdoor Learning Day and NAIDOC Week. As children, teachers and educators were learning on Country, I felt such a strong connection to the land and had an overwhelming feeling of gratitude throughout the whole day. A big thank you to Lyndall who came to visit us and officially opened Slide Mountain. This was a popular play area for much of the day.