Every opportunity to make friends
Every opportunity to learn
When children feel confident and secure they reach out, interact, and develop friendships that can last a lifetime.
Every opportunity to be themselves
Children become confident learners when they feel secure, when we recognise their strengths, and when we value their interests.
Every opportunity to play
Encourage children to be children by allowing them to enjoy who they are, here and now.
Every opportunity to belong
Children explore, discover possibilities and learn to understand their world through play.
Children come to feel they belong by forming secure relationships with their family, their community and their heritage.
Personal Stories How we help to build stronger children, stronger families and stronger communities.
Q&A Some wisdom we’ve gathered over 140 years of caring for children and families. Latest news & events
Murray House Parent Information Night
On Thursday 16 June, we held our Murray House Parent Information Night at The Infants' Home.
Tips on Safe Sleeping
June is the month when the weather is cooler. We are tempted to have heaters in bedrooms and extra layers in cots and beds.
Sam Breaks Down Barriers
Sam, now aged six, was born with Down Syndrome. His special needs required medical support in many ways. He was placed in the NICU for six weeks, tube fed for the first six months of his life, had open heart surgery at five months old, and survived Leukaemia and Osteomyelitis at 18 months old. To say he’s had a bumpy start to life would be an understatement.
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