We encourage

to extend their skills and take calculated risks,

of their accomplishments.

an environment that challenges children

to love learning and be proud

REED contributes to social and economic

benefits for Wheatbelt families and communities.

in the Wheatbelt can continue to operate and thrive.

Early childhood education and care services

Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) has a critical role in children’s development and important economic and social benefits for families and communities.

Regional Early Education and Development Inc. (REED) is committed to making sure that the best quality early childhood education and care services are provided for Wheatbelt children, families and communities.

Over the next three years, ECEC services in the Wheatbelt region will gradually transition to REED to ensure that the service in their community continues to operate and thrive.

REED’s services include early education and care centres, family day care, in-venue care, outside school hours and vacation care.

REED welcomes all children, families and educators and celebrates diversity.

REED acknowledges the Aboriginal owners and custodians of the land on which we live and work. We recognise the spiritual relationship Aboriginal people have with Country and pay deep respect to Elders past and present.

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