Child Care Lakemba
Lakemba 2195 is located in Sydney, around 12km from the CBD. In 2016 it had a population of 17,023. The Lakemba Mosque is Australia’s largest mosque and is owned by the Lebanese Muslin Association. The suburb also has specialised restaurants and is home to the unique Lakemba Ramadan Markets – a food marketing held nightly in the month of Ramadan, where dishes such as camel burgers are sold.
Lakemba is considered a high growth area with an annual price increase of 8.4% in the 10 years to 2020. It is a family oriented suburb with over 50% of the population being Muslim.
Education is available for all ages, including Lakemba Public School, Hampden Park Public School, Rissalah College, Wangee Park School, St Therese Primary School and Holy Spirit College. There are also a range of early learning centre options, with long daycare, family daycare, out of school hours care and occasional care.
What’s on offer
Child care Lakemba centres provide challenging and enjoyable learning opportunities for children aged six weeks to school age, including age-appropriate outdoor and indoor activities.
Some daycare centres provide meals and snacks, while others ask children to bring their own healthy food. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to communicate with local centres openly, and provide options so families can track their child's progress at the centre.
Lakemba is family-oriented and provides children with plenty of options for their early childhood education.