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The purpose of this private Gallery is for the parents to enjoy seeing their little ones during their daily routines in the child care. The Gallery contains images of children and their work.

Families must understand the importance of the privacy and the staff and will ensure that any photos taken in the Education and Care Service are not used on any public or social media site. It is not allowed to share any of the pictures of  The Amigoss Private Gallery on any social networking site (including but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter).

Amigoss Preschool and Long Day Care does not take responsibility for the circulation of the pictures uploaded into the private access of Amigoss Preschool.

September 2018

August 2018

Amigoss photos 18-25 July 2018

By |August 17th, 2018|Categories: gallery|

The toddlers were learning about the aboriginal dream story "The Rainbow Serpent" and then, they were doing arts and crafts and shapes matching https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipNoPxGmfod5vljAZanfbN2N6RmO2YV7wMgd2aOads4VmZyFHuuTCJMWsSFtPyV35g?key=TWRucktvRnhrNFRPOXBHcnVBTFJuVXg2aW12YnZ3 The preschoolers were pretending they were dinosaurs and were acting

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  • September 19

September Update

Dear Families, These are some of the highlights of the week. As usual, your input and ideas are more than welcome. Toddlers and babies are exploring and learning how gravity works and all the activities

By |September 13th, 2018|Categories: blog|0 Comments

Help Us To Support Médecins Sans Frontières through Cupcake Day with Grandparents!! Sep 19, 3pm

Please join us to raise funds for Médecins Sans Frontières through  Cupcakes with Grandparents Day. THIS IS AN OPEN EVENT TO ALL FAMILIES BUT GRANDPARENTS WILL BE OUR SPECIAL GUEST OF THE DAY Community Fund

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First Week of September @ Amigoss

Amigoss Educative Program, First Week of September 2018 After reading the Very Hungry Caterpillar Story, the children were creating their own butterflies. The children were making playdough and creating their own hungry caterpillars! In the