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Latest News And Updates

Family Newsletter


A Parent Update is emailed to all families of Wynnum Family Day Care and Education Service each month. A copy is also emailed to your educator.  Please ensure we have your most up to date email address, we use the email address supplied on your child registration form.


Archive List of Parent Updates

» Parent Update – 2017 July
» Parent Update – 2017 June
» Parent Update – 2017 May
» Parent Update – 2017 April
» Parent Update – 2017 March
» Parent Update – 2017 February
» Parent Update – 2017 January


Updating Family Information


In keeping with our mantra of “Quality Outcomes for Children” Wynnum Family Day Care and Education Service has partnered with HubWorks! as HubWorks! shares the philosophy about parental involvement being important to maximise the effectiveness of early childhood development programs. Parents can be responsible for the accuracy of their own information and provision of updated information (such as emergency contacts, medical and allergy) in addition to directly being able to view invoices, see child care fees due, view past attended periods with CCB/CCR payments and view receipts.


Wynnum Family Day Care and Education Services’ HubWorks website is

Please contact us if you require your username or password to be emailed.

Wynnum Family Day Care & Education Service – Rated “Excellent”

» National Quality Standard Assessment Rating


Resources for Families

Raising a child is not always easy but there are resources that can help you meet some of the challenges. This page is a guide to websites, books and DVDs that may answer some of your parenting questions.


Early Childhood & Care, Child Care Assistance Package

The Australian government will spend almost $40 billion on child care support in the 2015-2016 Budget, including changing our child care system to better support families with access to quality, flexible, and affordable child care targeted at those who need it most. The changes include an increase of $3.5 billion to support implementation of the Child Care Assistance Package, which will assist families with their child care costs. More Information »