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Posted 13 November 2012 - 09:54 PM
My DD 3 has just been offered a very late place at Melb Uni ELC. We have already organised everything around her going to her local CC which we have been happy with. It would mean a fair bit of upheaval to change at this point (Travel, inconvenience, cost etc). Can anyone share their experiences or advise me if its worth the change? thanks
Posted 13 November 2012 - 10:26 PM
From what I have heard from people who have kids there, it is absolutely fabulous.
My main questions would be:
1) can you manage the 'short' days as it is not long day care
2) is it REALLY that important to have all those resources as a 3 year old (when, really, all they want to do is play)
Posted 14 November 2012 - 03:52 PM
it does sound pretty amazing, we are visiting next week. I know its a rare opportunity, as we have no connection with the uni. Only draw back is the travel, plus baby # 2 is due in March...... Also DD1 has been in same CC since 11 months and takes a long time to settle into new situations, so its a bit of a scary change...
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