KU Inner West Supported Playgroups - Uniting Church Hall

Uniting Church Hall, Cnr Meredith St & Burlington Rd
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  • Wednesday 10:00am - 12:00pm
  • Thursday 10:00am - 12:00pm

Our Program and Approach

A supported playgroup is a family program that aims to empower and support families who may experience vulnerabilities or isolation whilst caring for their young children. The program is run weekly in two hour sessions by KU's qualified early childhood educators and with regular engagement of various health therapists.

Our program is designed to enhance the development and wellbeing of your child and to prepare them for their next educational setting. During your enrolment in our program, we will provide you with a range of resources regarding your child’s developmental milestones and help you to build nurturing play interactions with your child. Should you need a referral to local health and community services, we would be happy to support you in this process.

Supported playgroup provides you and your child with opportunities to:

  • Spend quality learning time together
  • Enjoy our play-based activities and our educational equipment
  • Discover your child’s interests and strengths
  • Share your ideas with other families
  • Learn about community services for families
  • Receive referrals to other professionals
  • Get additional individual support when needed
  • Engage in excursions to parks or public areas
  • Have lots of fun

Our Quality

We are proud of the high quality early learning sessions we offer, however what matters most is what our families think....

“I have been attending the KU’s supported playgroup since more than three years. We absolutely love coming here as my child has learnt and improved his social skills and it’s a great opportunity for us to have a quality one-on-one bonding time with my child.” - KU Inner West Supported Playgroup parent
“Since we moved to Sydney, we have been coming to the KU Inner West Supported Playgroups program. We shared lots of different things with other families and learn from others. Kids love to come and have fun and experiences in many different ways. Also as a parent I can learn how to raise my children in positives ways.” - KU Inner West Supported Playgroup parent

Your Feedback

Your feedback and satisfaction are of utmost importance to us. Please inform us if you have any suggestions, concerns or compliments.

Our Supported Playgroups Program is proudly funded by the NSW Department of Communities and Justice.

Other Features

Hat and Sunscreen
Transition to School
Public Transport
Play-based Learning
University Qualified Educators
Experienced Staff

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Oriana Blanco


Oriana is a university qualified early childhood teacher and a registered Circle of Security Parenting Program Facilitator, with over 40 years’ experience working with children, babies and parents, particularly with migrants and refugee families. She loves music, drama and dance, incorporating these interests in her work with children.

Our team of early childhood educators are qualified, experienced, caring and highly motivated. All hold specialist qualifications in early childhood education. We believe that the positive interactions children have with our staff are the most important component of our high quality program.