Bluebird parent-child programs in Geelong

Bluebird Foundation offers a range of parent-child groups in Geelong. Find out more about the programs and eligibility criteria here. All groups are free to participating families but bookings are essential and some groups have waiting lists.

 

TinyTaters (Music)

When: Monday mornings
Where: Tate Street Primary School, Thomson
What: Supported musical play
Who: Families living in the 3219 postcode
Facilitators: Bron Lawson and Sarah Clarkson

“Music is really important for so many things: expression, creativity, mental health, socialising, and just to enjoy. I feel TinyTaters offers all this in a really inclusive and encouraging environment.”

Meet, Move & Make

When: Tuesday mornings
Where: Norlane Child & Family Centre, Norlane
What: Music and art learn-through-play environment
Who: Young parents under 26 years
Facilitators: Bron Lawson and Liz McGrath

“We go home and try out all the art activities during the week. It gives me lots of simple ideas to use.”
 

PlayLinks

When: Wednesday mornings
Where: St Thomas Aquinas Primary School, Norlane
What: Learning together through music and art
Who: Families living in the 3214 postcode
Facilitators: Bron Lawson and Kate Crimmins

“I love seeing how my child is enjoying the experiences.”

TinyTaters (Nature)

When: Thursday mornings
Where: Tate Street Primary School, Thomson
What: Supported nature play
Who: Families living in the 3219 postcode
Facilitators: Sarah Clarkson

“You just get to be free... play in the dirt, climb trees.”
— Mabel, 5 yrs

PlayLinks

When: Friday mornings
Where: St Francis Xavier Primary School, Corio
What: Learning together through music and art
Who: Families living in the 3214 postcode
Facilitators: Lucy Jones and Audra Curypko

“I really enjoy going to PlayLinks every week and my daughter has heaps of fun!”