Open for Enrolment 2016!

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Providing children aged 1-5 years with a Quality Education and Care program

• Individualised Educational Programs
• All Meals on 4 week Rotating Menu
• Halal Meals Provided
• A Large Natural Outdoor Area
• Qualified and Experienced Educators
• CCB Approved

For Additional Information please call 9726 2335
Or visit us at 7 Karella Avenue, Carramar 2163

Woodville Alliance delivers projectABLE!!

Woodville Alliance delivers projectABLE!!

projectABLE’s half-day career workshops inspire students to apply their passions, skills and abilities to enrich their lives and the lives of others by pursuing a rewarding care career.

Woodville Alliance Disability Services recently had the pleasure of sharing details of their day to day lives with students from Holroyd and Beverly Hills High Schools.

Woodville Staff and service users deliver the fun workshops which involve hands on exercises to help build skills and knowledge.

Students have the opportunity to interact with staff from Woodville Alliance who work hands on in the disability sector, learning about their careers and working life. Students are encouraged to think about their own skills and how they might be applied to different career paths.

There is a huge variety of career options in the disability and community care sector; from support workers and nurses, to social workers, advocates, physiotherapists, marketing professionals, business managers and IT support staff.

As the photos illustrate – an interactive and educational experience was had by all!!

Illuminate!

Its not everyday that you stumble into a Fruit Cocktail Bar to be greeted by angelic portraits of the most unlikely characters. Hanging from the wall were amazing pictures created in an artistic collaboration between some of the more colourful characters from Woodville Alliances’ community centre and renowned photographer Peter Solness. The intent was to challenge us to see beyond typical stereotypes we can make about people, to view them in a new light, even a heavenly light. The respect developed between the photo ‘subjects’ and artist was pretty special. So too the pride oozing out almost as much as the Fruit Cocktail glassed up by Villawood store owner Ahmad (you’re mad if you don’t suck up one of his carrot juices). Photos will remain on show at the Villawood Fruit Cocktail Bar for a couple more weeks. Check it out or go here for more info http://ice.org.au/project/illuminate/

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