Welcome to Isabella Plains Early Childhood School

Learning and development through collaboration

Our mission

To provide high quality care and education for children from birth to year 2 and their families within a collaborative and integrated service.

Isabell a Plains Early Childhood School

Our values

  • All children are unique
  • Children are capable and competent
  • Children are at the centre of all we do
  • Children learn through doing
  • Productive partnerships between home and school are essential
  • Staff employ best practice in Early Years Learning
  • Staff are members of a collaborative team providing care and education

Call us on 6142 3777 or visit us on Ellerston Avenue in Isabella Plains

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Posted on 25 Jul 2017


Posted on 22 Jun 2017

Spanish SewaThon

Posted on 13 Jun 2017

Calling all crafters!

Spanish sew-a-thon

The project is to make 12 boys Spanish Flamenco outfits, consisting of a vest, waist sash and hat. We need people to cut, put outfits together and sew, so bring yourself and you will be shown the rest! There is lots of jobs, so don’t worry if you are not a sewer. The outfits will be worn during Spanish lessons and will be showcased at Spanish School Gathering on August 22nd.

Where: Family Room When: Friday 16 and 30 June

Time: Anytime 10am– 2 pm

What to bring if you have them: scissors, sewing machine with black thread

Children welcome! the family room is well resourced with children’s equipment and has an adjoining courtyard which allows for inside and outside play.

Alternatively if you would like to help out from home, please contact our Community Coordinator Louise,


Future of Education

Posted on 02 Jun 2017

Dear Families and IPECS Community


Recently the Minster for Education launched the Future of Education, a consultation process looking to capture stakeholder’s current perceptions and ideas for the future direction of education in the ACT. This process isn’t just about the big things that are or are not working. It’s about small changes that improve the service experience and shaping the future direction of education. More information about this project can be found on the Education Directorates website via the following link http://www.education.act.gov.au/school_education/the-future-of-education/what-is-the-future-of-education-project


You are invited to have your say by completing the attached short survey. Answers will be anonymously collated and sent through to the Education Directorate. The IPECS survey will close on Thursday 8 June with responses being sent to the Directorate shortly after.


Thank you






Numeracy Parent Workshop

Posted on 01 Jun 2017