Our North Lakes 3 Pre-Kindy children hosted their very first puppet show, ‘There was an ...Read More »
We are a family owned and operated group of early education Centres that have been proudly servicing the Moreton Bay Peninsula for more than 25 years.
Our very first Centre, opened in Redcliffe in 1988, and since then, we have now grown to 14 Centres, each embedded with our spirit of community, fun and continuous learning.
Like you, we know that the first five years of a child's life are so important for creating lifelong skills and learning, and we recognise and enjoy the responsibility that we have in shaping little minds.
At Sesame Lane we believe that all children are capable and unique learners, and as a result we ensure our Centres support and foster a culture of continuous learning through discovery, fun and play. Our programs incorporate a variety of ideas from Reggio, Montessori and other play-based theories. We create tomorrows thinkers today.
Most importantly, we want our children to feel safe and happy. Our wonderful Educators honour and respect every child’s individual journey, and ensure little minds are stimulated and little souls are nurtured. We commit to the highest standards of early learning and inspire our children to be the best they can be.
We are so proud of the thousands of “Sesame Lane” kids in our community, and look forward to sharing this journey with your family.
Hilton & Lynda Misso
One our Narangba 2 Dad’s brought his crane to the Centre! All the children loved ...Read More »
The children at our Rothwell Centre explored the Australian Defense Forces in the lead up ...Read More »
You love your kids. You want the best for them, and would stop at nothing to ...Read More »
A recent study suggested that Sesame Street actually made American children smarter. We tell you ...Read More »
You are everything to your children. Security, personal assistant, nurse, chef, playmate, tyrannous dictator and ...Read More »
We all know the one parent who has the child as good as gold. Never ...Read More »