Each St Nick’s centre is woven into the local community and each centre plays an important role in building bright futures and creating positive outcomes for the children we teach and care for each day.
After opening early education centres in Chisholm, Cardiff and Lochinvar this year, you might think Diocesan Chief Executive Officer, Sean Scanlon, has plans to rest on his laurels - but there’s no rest and relaxation when it comes to St Nicholas early education.
Residents and visitors to Lochinvar will know that there has been a lot of work happening in recent months with a new St Nicholas Early Education Centre being constructed and landscaping around St Patrick’s Catholic Church taking shape.
Since the beginning of the year staff in the Learning Lions room at St Nicholas Early Education, Singleton, have encouraged children to demonstrate small acts of kindness towards their friends and carers each day
Maitland Council has unanimously approved plans submitted by the Diocese to transform the former Maitland Ex-Services Bowling Club site into a home for a new 70-place St Nicholas Early Education Centre and a 20-place vocational training centre.