Recycling Guide

Recycling and sustainability are two things we are very passionate about at Subicare. Aligning with these values, we are proud to offer our families a recycling guide to assist with being environmentally responsible.

You can view the full recycling guide here


Parent TV

ParentTV is an on-demand video streaming website for families delivering the help they need from trusted experts anytime of the day or night. Experts include a paediatrician, occupational therapist, psychiatrist, psychologist, accredited practising dietitian, autism consultant, behaviour therapist, sleep consultant, technology expert, social worker, health and wellness expert and counsellor, with new experts coming on every month.

ParentTV has hundreds of videos from some of Australia and the world’s leading parenting experts. Experts include, but are not limited to
Maggie Dent (Behaviour and Development), Dr Kaylene Henderson (Mental Health), Dr Justin Coulson (Behaviour and Development) and Dr
Kristy Goodwin (Digital and wellbeing).

We have made ParentTV even easier for  our families to access by adding this to our Kindyhub app at no extra charge.


Activities & Resources

We have put together a selection of DIY activities for home and a few resources that may be useful on the days you are looking for something to do with the kids!


NAIDOC Week has not provided colouring in sheets designed by Indigenous artists for 2021, as they have done in previous years.

These lovely colouring in sheets from cleverpatch are Indigenous inspired . This is a great foundation for starting discussions about Indigenous art and culture and (for those able) to reflect on what they have learned and create art pieces using techniques and inspiration from Indigenous people.

Please note, it is always so important to acknowledge where this inspiration comes from and never to copy any Indigenous artworks.


Key Word Sign Australia has created some handy posters for Sorry Day and Reconciliation Week, these are also applicable for NAIDOC Week, with easy to follow steps for sign language.