Geelong Grammar: Bostock House Early Learning Centre

Bostock House (ELC-Year 4) in Geelong is a small campus that nurtures positive relationships and a strong sense of community.

Bostock House is built around the Three Rs:

  1. relationships
  2. relationships and
  3. relationships.

Positive relationships between teachers and children, children and children, teachers and parents, and among staff, form the basis of our Bostock House culture.

Bostock House is very much a child-sized school - and small class sizes enable staff and students to form close relationships and for every child to receive specialised care. 

The culture of a school is the primary characteristic that supports student development and academic learning. At Bostock House we endeavour to create a community in which each individual feels happy, safe, valued and a sense of belonging.

Our Early Learning Centre (ELC) offers a full day programme, underpinned by the teaching of the world-renowned Reggio Emilia philosophy. We believe that children learn best through first-hand experience. 

In our ELC, we value the worth of our children learning through play. Play is the child's way of learning - exploration, challenge, enjoyment, experimentation, enquiry, negotiation, observation and fun is therefore the basis of the learning environment.



Listing details

Address: 139 Noble Street, Newtown 3220 VIC Australia
Organisation type: Education
Affiliations: Anglican Church
Website: www.ggs.vic.edu.au/School/Campuses/Bostock-House

Contact: Darryl Moorfoot
Phone: 03 5221 7760
Email: [email protected]
Fax: 03 5221 7602