Infant Community

Infant Community Parent education.

Parent education is an inherent component of the delivery of all Infant Community programs and much of the reason the community exists. 

However, particular topics warrant dedicated sessions. For this reason Infant Community Directors host a toileting workshop each term and often one other evening event covering a key topic.

Term 4, 2020

The Nest – Preparing for Parenting

The Nest is a unique parent education program providing expectant parents with the knowledge, skills and support needed for raising a child. See flyer for further detail.

Attend all sessions or as many as you can make.

  • Dates: Three Saturday’s – 31st October, 14th and 21st November
  • Time: 10:00am to 12noon
  • Cost: $100 per person per session. Discount for attending all four.

Bookings are essential.




Please note all workshops are held online. 

The Montessori Parent 

Are you new to the Montessori pedagogy? Do you already know about the principles and would like to know more? Do you feel overwhelmed by the ‘perfect’ Montessori images on social media? If so, then please join Leena Savolainen and Sarah Breckenridge, two highly qualified and experienced Montessori guides.

We will host a 90 minute session of open discussion with the opportunity for you to ask all those questions you haven’t been able to ask before. This will take place in a nurturing, non-judgemental setting where no question is too insignificant to ask. We look forward to sharing a rich and informative conversation with you in this online forum.

Session 1: Wednesday 28 October   6.30pm – 8.00pm
Session 2: Wednesday 25 November   6.30pm – 8.00pm

Cost $33 per session (all prices are ex GST)

Bookings are essential. 



Wednesday 2nd December, 2020
6.30pm – 8.00pm

In this session trained Montessori staff will talk about the process of toileting, when and how to start, how to prepare the environment and yourself, how to avoid the battles and enable you child the dignity of being nappy free.

All are welcome, mothers, fathers, grandparents, friends and carers.