Launching into Learning
Launching into Learning (LiL) is a free program where you and your child can get to know your local school, Child and Family Centre and other families.
Children learn a lot in the early years of life. Launching into Learning provides opportunities for you to be involved in your child’s learning in a supportive environment, helping you give your child a great start.
What can you expect?
Parents, teachers and children playing alongside each other, having fun and learning together through a variety of programs such as play and learn sessions, music, water awareness, kinder gym, baby massage and Dad’s groups.
Who this service is for
It is for families with children from birth – 4 years of age and is available in all Tasmanian Government schools and Child and Family Centres.
How this service is delivered
You can access Launching into Learning at your local school and/or Child and Family Centre.
Call or visit us online
Visit our website, contact us or see our brochure below for more information.
Launching into Learning Brochure
Download our brochure for more information.Download Brochure
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