Jump Early Development Services

51 Wright Street, HARRISDALE WA 6112
Name: Marion Briers
Phone: (08) 9394 9175
Fax: (08) 9394 9182
Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday  -  7:00am to 6:00pm
Long Day Care is provided in day care centres mainly for children up to school age. Also known as kindergartens, preschools, child care centres or early learning centres.
The following service information (including fees and vacancies) has been provided by the child care service and a waiting list may apply. Please contact the child care service to confirm the service’s details. Please note that child care services generally update their vacancies weekly. Vacancies may change between updates. Service’s information relating to the National Quality Framework is sourced from the State and Territory Regulatory Authorities and the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority.

If you have any feedback on the information provided please contact mychild@education.gov.au.

Fees & Services (Fixed Fee) – A fee that does not change with the age of the child.

Hourly fee – The hourly fee is based on care per hour.

Daily fee – The daily fee is based on care per child per day.

Weekly fee – The weekly fee is based on care per child from Monday to Friday.

Sessional Fee – The sessional fee is based on the duration of the session offered.

Duration – Length of session offered.

N/A – Information is not applicable.

Includes – Other items or services that are included in the fee.

Additional information – Details of any additional services offered or other helpful information.

For further information on what each type of child care offers and for assistance in choosing a child care service that meets your needs, see what are my child care options?

 

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Fixed Fee (does not vary by age)

Fees below do not take into account Child Care Benefit and Child Care Rebate payments – See the guide for out of pocket costs.
Daily Weekly Includes
$75.00 $360.00
Education Programs 


Additional Information

Early brain development research reinforces an important message about Early Childhood Education. Early childhood experiences are critical to the emotional and intellectual development of a child. Brain connections that lead to later success grow out of positive attachment, nurturing, supportive and predictable care. This type of care giving fosters child curiosity, creativity and self-confidence. Young children need safety, love, conversation and a stimulating environment to develop and keep important synapses in the brain. Caring for infants and toddlers is relational, through building relationships and making the most of everyday routines and experiences.
Carey Community Resources Inc is a not-for-profit association and a service of the Carey Community Baptist Church, created with the aim of providing resources to support families. Carey Community Resources Inc, In recognition of the significance of the early years and the critical importance of excellence in early childhood education, established Jump Early Development Services in 2008.
Jump Early Development Services recognises that parents and family are the most important influence in a child’s life. Providing resources and support for families is the integral heart of Jump. The programs and services offered to families reflect the needs of the current Jump community.
Jump Early Development Services provides an exciting, stimulating and challenging world of experiences, to encourage each child’s self-help skills and independence, allowing their uniqueness to shine. The program facilitates positive self-esteem and high self worth to assist each child to have strong, lifelong, emotional intelligence, giving them the ability to cope with life’s challenges. The planned program has been developed to ensure a variety of experiences that interest children while promoting excellence in early childhood education. 
Last updated: 24 January 2012

Out of Pocket Costs

The Australian Government provides financial assistance to reduce the cost of child care for families. To view an indication of general out of pocket costs, select a full day fee from the options below. For a more personalised estimate, you can visit the Child Care Estimator.
For the most accurate assessment of your entitlements, please contact the Department of Human Services.

Select a full day fee below to view out of pocket costs

Vacancies – Indicates if a service has care available.

Permanent place – care provided on an ongoing basis.

Casual place – care provided on a non-ongoing basis.

Full day vacancies – care provided for a full day. The start and finish time of a full day may vary from service to service.

Half day vacancies – care provided for half the day. The start and finish time of a half day may vary from service to service.

Other session vacancies – care provided that is not full day or half day. For example, care provided before school and/or after school. The start and finish time of these sessions may vary from service to service.

Care not provided – This service does not provide care for this age group.

Select Vacancy type:
Full Day Vacancies:
Age
Monday
11 Dec
Tuesday
12 Dec
Wednesday
13 Dec
Thursday
14 Dec
Friday
15 Dec
Saturday
16 Dec
Sunday
17 Dec
0 - 24 Months
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
25 - 35 Months
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
36 Months - School age
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
School child
Care not provided
Age
Monday
11 Dec
Tuesday
12 Dec
Wednesday
13 Dec
Thursday
14 Dec
Friday
15 Dec
Saturday
16 Dec
Sunday
17 Dec
0 - 24 Months
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
25 - 35 Months
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
36 Months - School age
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
School child
Care not provided
Half Day Vacancies:
Age
Monday
11 Dec
Tuesday
12 Dec
Wednesday
13 Dec
Thursday
14 Dec
Friday
15 Dec
Saturday
16 Dec
Sunday
17 Dec
0 - 24 Months
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
25 - 35 Months
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
36 Months - School age
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
School child
Care not provided
Age
Monday
11 Dec
Tuesday
12 Dec
Wednesday
13 Dec
Thursday
14 Dec
Friday
15 Dec
Saturday
16 Dec
Sunday
17 Dec
0 - 24 Months
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
25 - 35 Months
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
36 Months - School age
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
School child
Care not provided
Other Session Vacancies:
Age
Monday
11 Dec
Tuesday
12 Dec
Wednesday
13 Dec
Thursday
14 Dec
Friday
15 Dec
Saturday
16 Dec
Sunday
17 Dec
0 - 24 Months
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
25 - 35 Months
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
36 Months - School age
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
School child
Care not provided
Age
Monday
11 Dec
Tuesday
12 Dec
Wednesday
13 Dec
Thursday
14 Dec
Friday
15 Dec
Saturday
16 Dec
Sunday
17 Dec
0 - 24 Months
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
25 - 35 Months
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
36 Months - School age
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
School child
Care not provided
Last updated: 8 December 2017

Quality of Service

Services covered by the National Quality Framework have been assessed and rated against the seven Quality Areas of the National Quality Standard and the Education and Care Services National Regulations. The assessment and rating process aims to drive continuous quality improvement for services and provide families with better information for making choices about their children’s education and care. The overall rating for a service is determined by the combination of the ratings achieved in each Quality Area.

Each state and territory Regulatory Authority undertakes the assessment and rating process. The Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority, ACECQA, is responsible for ensuring consistency in assessment and ratings across Australia, assessing services for the Excellent rating and creating awareness in the sector and community about the assessment and rating process.

Quality Areas and Ratings

Quality Area Rating
1 Educational program and practice Exceeding National Quality Standard Display information about quality area 1 and its rating
Exceeding National Quality Standard: Indicates that a service is exceeding the National Quality Standard.


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2 Children's health and safety Exceeding National Quality Standard Display information about quality area 2 and its rating
Exceeding National Quality Standard: Indicates that a service is exceeding the National Quality Standard.


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3 Physical environment Exceeding National Quality Standard Display information about quality area 3 and its rating
Exceeding National Quality Standard: Indicates that a service is exceeding the National Quality Standard.


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4 Staffing arrangements Exceeding National Quality Standard Display information about quality area 4 and its rating
Exceeding National Quality Standard: Indicates that a service is exceeding the National Quality Standard.


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5 Relationships with children Exceeding National Quality Standard Display information about quality area 5 and its rating
Exceeding National Quality Standard: Indicates that a service is exceeding the National Quality Standard.


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6 Collaborative partnerships with families and communities Exceeding National Quality Standard Display information about quality area 6 and its rating
Exceeding National Quality Standard: Indicates that a service is exceeding the National Quality Standard.


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7 Leadership and service management Exceeding National Quality Standard Display information about quality area 7 and its rating
Exceeding National Quality Standard: Indicates that a service is exceeding the National Quality Standard.


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Overall Rating: Exceeding National Quality Standard

Display information about the overall rating
This service has received Exceeding National Quality Standard in at least four of the seven quality areas (of which at least two include quality areas 1, 5, 6 and 7); as a result it has received the overall rating of Exceeding National Quality Standard.
Last updated: 15 December 2017
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