28 Feb 2020

Live Stress Free With A Whole Year Of Childcare Expenses Covered


Thanks to Hit 105, one lucky Brisbane family will score themselves a whole years’ worth of childcare expenses in cash. 

The local radio station understands bills and household expenses can build up and cause stress, which is why they’re trying to help one lucky family cover their childcare costs for a year.

The prize, worth up to $20,000, will give the winning family some breathing room and hopefully an opportunity to relax and spend quality time together as a family.

Entry is open to Brisbane families with children currently in childcare. Entries close 19 March, 2020.  

Lifelong Learning Centres are proud to support such a positive community initiative to ensure children can remain in early education, regardless of family financial situation and the rising cost of living.

Studies have shown that high quality centre-based childcare can significantly impact children in a positive way. Interactions with trained staff, following rules and learning in a supportive environment has shown to improve a child’s emotional, social and physical development. As a result, children will often leave childcare better prepared for school and equipped with a natural interest in learning.

There are more than 140 Lifelong Learning Centres across Australia in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia, the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory. With a focus on healthy children learning themes and growing a natural love of learning, Lifelong Learning Centres provide holistic early childhood education for children aged 0-5.
 
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Win A Year Of Free Childcare In Brisbane

To enter the draw to win a whole year’s worth of childcare, click here!

For more information about Lifelong Learning Centres, or to book a free Stay & Play Date at a centre, call 1800 CHILD CARE or find your nearest centre.

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A study by the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health details the benefits of early education on children: https://jech.bmj.com/content/72/11/1033