Children under adult supervision are welcome to informally access the play area between 9am to 5pm during the week. Everyone is welcome to participate. This is a beautiful environment for children to safely enjoy and socialise while parents can get to know one another. We also offer entertainment at the end of each month. Notices will be placed around the toy shed with information on our monthly entertainment.
In Spanish is a unique and fun way for kids to learn Spanish. We are a group of Latin American mums that are passionate about our language and cultural heritage, and we believe we can make an important contribution to the community by offering quality language teaching through this unique immersion program. We teach Spanish for Preschool and Primary School kids. Classes are full of stories, songs, movement, pretend play and games in Spanish. Give your child a gift for life!
We are a group of mums and kids (0 to five years old) that get together to teach and learn the Spanish language and culture. We sing, dance and play and do crafts and make puppets and all sorts of other activities in Spanish. Come and join us for an afternoon of fun and make new friends. Non-Spanish speaking families are welcome to join in!
Originally from the UK, Rachel has been living in Sydney with her family since 2012. Rachel works as a freelance viola player with the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and holds an upper strings teaching position at Kambala. Rachel is running a private violin and viola studio at the Kirribilli Centre offering weekly lessons on a Saturday and also ensemble and performance opportunities throughout the year.
Date Saturdays during term time from 8.00am unitl 4.00pm
Tutor Rachel Dyker
Bookings For more information please contact Rachel, firstname.lastname@example.org or 0451 099 240
Storytelling motivates kids to read more, thus enhancing their reading skills. It helps to develop their thinking and creative capacities, and builds their sense of empathy, just to mention a few benefits.
TKC runs children's story telling every second Wednesday from 10.30am in the library or in the courtyard
Come along and take some time for you and your baby while also connecting with other Mums from the Local community. This class is ideal for babies up to 6 months of age. Baby massage has many benefits including; supporting infant digestion, improving babies quality of sleep and supporting maternal/infant bonding. The 4-week course aims to teach new mothers a simple massage sequence and explore interpreting baby’s subtle cues.
The Circle of Security Parenting Course is a relationship-based program designed to strengthen parent-child connection and enhance a child’s sense of emotional security. It teaches new ways to understand children’s needs and behaviours and learn effective ways to respond. It builds children’s self esteem, helps them cope better with stress, manage their feelings and develop satisfying relationships.
The group meets once a week for 8 weeks and is facilitated by a family counsellor.
Here’s what some parents have said about it:
“ The content was extremely helpful. It helped me to understand what’s happening with my child and better ways to act.”
“I was extremely satisfied with the course. Fantastic facilitator, always helpful, great listener, very compassionate, understanding, non-judgmental and extremely knowledgeable in parenting.”
“ I feel more attached to my son and better at coping with day to day challenges”.
“I developed a closer connection with my daughter, understanding her needs better and making new friends.”
Date: Starts Tuesday February 12, finishes April 2nd
Time: 6.30 pm – 8.00 pm
Where: Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre, 14-16 Fitzroy St, Kirribilli
Cost: $250.00 (concession $160)
Contact: Michele Elsom
Masters of Social Health & Counselling (Macquarie University)
Graduate Diploma Perinatal & Infant Mental Health (NSW Institute of Psychiatry),
Bachelor of Education (Adelaide University)
CPR U READY is a first aid and CPR company that focuses on the specific health and safety needs of children. I am an experienced paediatric and critical care nurse, who has been an educator in both university and hospital settings. As the mother of a toddler, I know exactly how quickly medical emergencies can happen! I want to empower every person to have the knowledge and skills to manage a medical emergency, whether big or small. By learning or refreshing life-saving skills, people who come to these classes will have the confidence to know how to act if the worst happens. Parents, grandparents, and all family members who want to attend are welcome.
Date Saturday 23 February 2019 and 5 May 2019
Time 10am – 1pm
Bookings Please email Crystal Smith on email@example.com or call on 0411967309 (email is preferred)
Bring your little one for a great interactive morning here at TKC, with African Beats. This is always a highlight in our events calender. Ensure you book with our front office by 17 September. Numbers are limited and bookings are essential. With thanks to North Sydney Council for helping make this event happen.
10.30am, Friday 21 September
Back courtyard (or upstairs back balcony if wet)
Morning tea and entertainment provided