At SDN Tigger’s Honeypot, the central playground is surrounded by vast grassy lawns and gardens to explore.

Children feed and care for our resident chickens as well as plant and harvest their own produce in our blossoming vegetable patches. All planned to develop understanding, appreciation and connections to our natural environment and local cultures.

Our qualified team facilitate innovative, child-centred and child-led learning programs in a safe, healthy, happy and stimulating context that help all children to develop a love of life-long learning through activities and activities and teaching approaches that nurture caring hearts, healthy bodies and curious minds.

Children visit their older friends at the aged care facility Milford House to paint, sculpt, sing, laugh and share stories. Our four rooms offer children time to interact in separate age groups for specifically targeted learning experiences. As well, educators plan opportunities with mixed age groups so the children can learn from each other.

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Franciele Bertoldo
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Cathy Xu
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Sherman Lim
Educators of Tigger's Honeypot are amazing!
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CAMILA ELEUTERIO Rodrigues
Excellent center!
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Christian Dick Ignacio
Its awesome
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Jay Lee
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22-24 Botany St, Randwick NSW 2031

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8:00am - 6.00pm

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Meet the Director - Stefano Jonhson
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"I see young infants and children as capable learners and families as their first and most important teacher.  I believe that in partnership with us, the best outcomes for children in our care can be achieved." 

My qualifications and experience 

I have a Master of Early Childhood Teaching from the University of Sydney, 2015. 

I have been working as a teacher and a centre director for more than 20 years, with other not-for-profit providers, and I have started at SDN in March 2022.

What I'm most passionate about in my role 

I have a particular interest in ensuring that educators and teachers are up to date with recent scholarship and research in our field. 

I also see infants and children as capable learners and families as their first and most important teacher. Because of this, I believe that in partnership with us as educators, the best outcomes for children in our care can be achieved. 

I also love that every day is different, and every day will usually have a wonderful moment where a child allows you to see the world through their eyes with a simple comment or question. That is what makes everyone’s hard work worthwhile.

What I love about working with SDN 

I enjoy the culture and professionalism of everyone at SDN. It is great to see all the examples of high-quality practices among the staff and services I’ve had the chance to interact with. 

I am very pleased to be part of such a child-focused, not-for-profit organisation.

A little bit more about me

My hobbies are reading novels and enjoying hiking or bushwalking in the wide open spaces that New South Wales has to offer.

Fees
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From 4 July 2022, our fees will be $186 per day for children under three years old and $164 per day for children three years and over.

NB: UNSW University staff fees will be $175 per day and $154 per day for children three years and over. UNSW University student fees will $143 per day and $128 per day for children three years and over.

The majority of families in our centres do not pay the full daily fee because they receive Child Care Subsidy (CCS) from the government.

The subsidy you may receive through the CCS will depend on:

  • Your combined family income
  • The number of hours you work, study or participate in recognised volunteer work. This is called the ‘activity test’. If your child is in the year before school, if you are on a very low income, or if you are on parental leave, you will not have to pass the activity test to receive some CCS.

Your child will need to meet immunisation requirements and you will need to meet residency requirements to be eligible to receive the CCS.

Try our CCS estimator tool here.

You can also calculate what your out of pocket child care costs will be on the government’s child care subsidy calculator.

If you’ve read this information and you’re still unsure about what you’ll pay, please call us or book a centre tour. We’re happy to answer your questions.

What to bring
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When you start you will be provided with details of exactly what you need to pack. However, you may consider packing:

  • Sun-safe hat (such as a broad-brimmed or legionnaires hat) which covers your child's face, neck and ears
  • At least one full spare set of clean clothes
  • A bib or two (if required)
  • Comfort item or transitional object (if required), such as a small toy or blanket
  • Dummy in a sealed container (if required)
  • Bottles with expressed milk or formula (if required)
  • Water bottle
  • Any medications your child may require – please do not leave these in your child's bag, instead, give to centre staff and do not leave the centre until you have completed the relevant medication form.
Interested in how SDN Tigger's Honeypot Randwick at UNSW can help your child?

Call us today on 1300 831 445

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Reviews from Google (6)

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Franciele Bertoldo
CX
Cathy Xu
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Sherman Lim
Educators of Tigger's Honeypot are amazing!
CR
CAMILA ELEUTERIO Rodrigues
Excellent center!
CI
Christian Dick Ignacio
Its awesome
JL
Jay Lee
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