Waverley Council Childcare Survey

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Thank you to everyone who participated in this survey. The information you provided will help inform our Social Sustainability Strategy and target our support for local families in a changing environment.


Since the 1970s, Waverley Council has been proudly managing a range of innovative family support and children’s services, enjoying a strong reputation for inclusion support, quality education and early intervention in the community. Waverley’s first formal child care service, Waverley Family Day Care, started in 1974, followed by Waverley EEC, Gardiner EEC, Bronte EEC and Mill Hill EEC. Over this time we have grown, changed and adapted to the shifting needs of our families and ongoing reforms in early childhood education and care services.

We want you to tell us how we can continue to provide the best start in life for babies and young children. The information you provide will help inform our Social Sustainability Strategy and target our support for local families in a changing environment. Reviewing our children and family services is part of Council’s commitment to continuous improvement.

Please take a few moments to give us your feedback. We value your ongoing support and cooperation in the provision of quality community services.

Submissions closed Sunday 24 November 2019.


Since the 1970s, Waverley Council has been proudly managing a range of innovative family support and children’s services, enjoying a strong reputation for inclusion support, quality education and early intervention in the community. Waverley’s first formal child care service, Waverley Family Day Care, started in 1974, followed by Waverley EEC, Gardiner EEC, Bronte EEC and Mill Hill EEC. Over this time we have grown, changed and adapted to the shifting needs of our families and ongoing reforms in early childhood education and care services.

We want you to tell us how we can continue to provide the best start in life for babies and young children. The information you provide will help inform our Social Sustainability Strategy and target our support for local families in a changing environment. Reviewing our children and family services is part of Council’s commitment to continuous improvement.

Please take a few moments to give us your feedback. We value your ongoing support and cooperation in the provision of quality community services.

Submissions closed Sunday 24 November 2019.