What is the Leor difference?
Quality education that puts your child first.
The Leor model is based on years of academic research about the benefits of children receiving quality education and care in home based environments.
We take your child’s safety seriously. That’s why our Educators are supervised, monitored and trained to ensure they apply policies and procedures that put your child’s safety first.
Leor Educators bring toys and equipment with them to each session to deliver the learning program they have prepared that meets your child’s individual learning needs.
Our weekly and quarterly reports tell you how your child is progressing through their individual learning program. Our Lead Educator is also available to discuss your child’s educational needs.
The Leor curriculum delivered by an early childhood educator in your family home, based upon the Early Years Learning Framework for children under school age. Homework and bedtime routine for school aged children.
Individual learning programs for every early learning child.
Excursions to nearby parks, libraries and other locations either suggested by you or our Educator as part of the program.
Your Leor Educator will bring toys and equipment to each session to work through the curriculum for early years programs.
Up to three children taught and cared for by a Leor Educator in the family home (subject to the needs of each child as assessed by Leor. Up to ten children from the same family for In Home Care under the Child Care Subsidy with two Educators).
Care needs met by the early childhood educator, including meal preparation and feeding, nappy changing, and attending to toileting needs.
Quarterly reports regarding how your children are progressing against the Leor curriculum, including identifying any recommendations for support or intervention that may assist with early childhood development and/or school readiness.
A single Educator matched with a single family to deliver education to children between six weeks to six years of age for a minimum of 12 weeks.
All Leor Educators are directly employed by Leor, covered by public liability insurance and receive ongoing professional development to ensure they maintain up to date knowledge of current trends and academic research in the early childhood education sector.
If transport is required for educational activities that the family nominates which occur during a Leor booking, transport will be undertaken by the Educator in the family’s own vehicle for children requiring car seats (subject to inspection of comprehensive car insurance policy confirming cover for educator’s use of vehicle and fuel at the family’s expense).
Leor does not provide meals but our Educators will prepare them; nappies and wipes; support for, or attendance at, swimming activities; attendance at medical appointments, unless in case of emergency; domestic assistance or cleaning; nursing services; in home care services covered by the Child Care Subsidy; disability services under the NDIS.