Seymour Early Years
The learning journey at Seymour Early Years takes children through three specially designed spaces - carefully created to cater for the needs and development of different ages.
Kady Learning Space (Six weeks to three years old)
- A continuation of the home environment, where girls and boys feel safe and loved, whilst also learning to be independent and part of a larger group
Enya Learning Space (Three years old)
- Girls and boys in this group discover, explore and create as they develop independence and learn to be an active member of their community
Ainsley Learning Space (Four years old)
- Girls and boys further develop their relationships and more complex thinking, communication and language skills
To book a tour of the Early Years, please go to our book a tour page and select a suitable date.
At Seymour Early Years, we believe in the uniqueness of each child, the need for children to develop their skills and abilities at their own individual rate, and the development of the whole person - intellectually, socially, emotionally, physically and spiritually.
A safe, caring and nurturing environment where children feel a sense of belonging and self worth.
Qualified and dedicated staff who monitor your child's progress.
A varied and stimulating learning program aimed at developing life skills and competencies.
The centre is open for 48 weeks per year from 7.00am until 6.00pm.
Seymour Early Years is licensed with the Education and Early Childhood Services Registration and Standards Board of South Australia (EECSRSB) with a capacity for providing for more than 130 children per day.
A requirement of being an approved long day care service is that we follow the Australian Government’s Priority of Access Guidelines when there is a waiting list or a number of parents are applying for a limited number of vacant places.
Eligible residents of Australia may be entitled to receive a government subsidy (currently childcare benefit and/ or rebate) which assists with their childcare fees. To obtain more information, contact the Department of Human services office on 13 61 50 or visit: