Little Pipers Playgroup

For Boys and Girls 0-4 years

Little Pipers Playgroup is a free programme to develop our youngest community members' love of learning. Sessions are designed to be fun and sociable. All activities are designed by our early learning specialists and give you an insight into the inquiry method of teaching and learning used at Scotch College.

We are very excited to welcome our Little Pipers back to our live sessions in the JM Library and Early Learning Centre on Monday and Thursday mornings. Should you be new to either programme then please arrive at the Scotch College Early Learning Centre 15 minutes prior to commencement. A staff member will be there to greet you and walk you up to the location.

As we are still under certain restrictions in relation to the COVID, numbers will be restricted to 16 families per session, until we hear otherwise from the health experts. Staff members will request attendees to sign in at each session to ensure we have the correct numbers. It is vitally important that families only attend if booked in. Should you miss out when registering online, please go on our waiting list as a cancellation automatically triggers the first person on the waiting to be enrolled. That person will then receive an invite via their email and simply need to accept that invite. Should you still miss out on a session after registering your details on the waitlist, we will email you to see whether you would like us to pre-enrol you prior to the next session being released, ensuring everyone has the opportunity to attend at least one session a fortnight.

We apologise for any inconvenience but the health of all of our families is of the utmost importance.

On behalf of all the Little Pipers teachers, we can't wait to see you once again!

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76 Shenton Road
WA 6010

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+61 8 9383 6800

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Scotch College acknowledges the Wadjuk Noongar people, the traditional custodians of the lands and waters on which the College stands. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge the Noongar people as the sovereign First Peoples of this place.