As a family business, Kidz Galore has managed to retain the personal touch, which we feel is most important when dealing with life’s most precious gift.
Kidz Galore is a respected, local provider of child care services providing early childhood education for children aged 0-5 years. Established in 1995, Kidz Galore is owned by three families, with Director Sue Turner responsible for managing overall operations. This year, Kidz Galore celebrates 21 years of providing exceeding education and care to Perth families.
Our four centres are located within close proximity to one another which assists Kidz Galore in becoming a significant part of our local community, caring for hundreds of children and often bringing families together in lasting friendships. Our staff members play an integral role in creating such an environment. Most of our educators have been with us for many years, only leaving to have their own children – and then returning to work with their babies!
Our business management and childcare management credentials are well established. We service a wide cultural diversity of families, and also cater for children with special needs.
We are proud that all our Kidz Galore centres have achieved a National Rating of Exceeding National Quality Standards. We pride ourselves as a small company in our achievements locally and nationally, striving to ensure that all children in our care receive the highest level of quality care and education. We believe that children deserve a positive and caring environment in which to grow. When you and your child become part of Kidz Galore, you will become part of our extended family.
Kidz Galore Pty Ltd. is a respected local provider of child care services established in 1995, and is a privately owned by Sue Turner, Stephen Hauville and Peter Hearn.
The Kidz Galore family has been operating continuously for 21 years; we continually strive to improve on our service offering to consistently achieve excellence in child care. As a family business, Kidz Galore has managed to maintain the personal touch,which is of utmost importance when dealing with life’s most precious gift.
As a young mother, Director Sue Turner set out to find quality child care for her own two children so she could return to work. She quickly discovered this was not an easy task, and from there blossomed her dream to open a child care centre that would provide the quality education and care that she had been searching for. In 1995, Kidz Galore was born and the first centre in North Perth was opened.
Sue is the Managing Director of Kidz Galore and manages the overall operations of all four Kidz Galore centres. Sue has played a significant role in the early education and care industry in Western Australia and has contributed to the development of the Western Australian standards which now form part of the National Quality Standards.
From the very beginning, Sue’s ethos has been to ensure that every child in our care would feel a strong sense of family and belonging, allowing them to flourish emotionally, physically, socially and cognitively.
With Sue’s background in pediatric nursing, she brought with her invaluable knowledge of children’s development and care, as well as a commitment to providing the highest hygiene standards. During the past 21 years, Sue has established strong relationships with local metropolitan councils and is committed to supporting local families.
Stephen Hauville is a Director of Kidz Galore. He is a leading property development professional and has worked with Harvey Norman/Norman Ross for over 40 years. As Director of Harvey Normal Holdings, a substantial part of his role was to sit on the Harvey Norman Property Committee which in his time grew from $600M to $1.8B through organic growth and acquisition.
Our centre is a place where children’s voices are valued. As educators we build responsive, trusting relationships with each child to create a strong sense of belonging. We encourage children to make their own choices and decisions and enable them to influence events in their world. We create and support strong relationships with families. We respect their views and encourage their input whilst continually maintaining warm and open relationships with them.
We take pride in our aesthetically beautiful environments where children can engage with nature within a play based learning environment. We believe routine is necessary to enhance children’s sense of security and wellbeing, allowing for spontaneity and flexibility. We believe in equity, inclusion and honouring diversity and advocate for childrens rights and dignity. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the traditional owners of the land on which our centre is built.