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Cobbitty Building Tots Early Childhood Development
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ASPECT Macarthur School (Cobbity),
229 Macquarie Grove Road, COBBITTY, NSW 2570
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For children who have or are showing signs of developmental delays and are not currently accessing any early childhood education. We aim to support the child and family's transition into a suitable EC placement. Please call 8977 8341 for further information. All playgroups run weekly during school terms. Please note: This Playgroup is an Organisational Member of Playgroup NSW. Playgroup NSW Members and other families attending this playgroup are covered by the insurance arrangements provided by the organisation hosting these playgroup sessions.
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Visiting Fee - $0.00

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Transport:

Bus - No

Train - No

Ferry - No

Light Rail - No

Disability Access - No

Parking Available - No


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Address: 229 Macquarie Grove Road, COBBITTY, NSW 2570

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Friday 9:30 Disability/Developmental Delay

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  • Frequency : Weekly

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Vacancies Available - Yes
Playgroup meet during school holidays - No
Waiting List Available - No

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