Grow with us

We promote and value cultural diversity and nurture connections with our families and the wider community.

Grow with us

We promote and value cultural diversity and nurture connections with our families and the wider community.


Thought • Connecting with innovation and creativity within communities encourages children to think things never thought before.

Heart • Our community is loving, friendly and family oriented. Working together we can transform society to promote equity and social justice.

Strength • The MCCCC community is strong, capable and always learning. Social interactions are regarded as the cornerstones of learning.

Statement of Commitment to Child Safety and Wellbeing

MCCCC is committed to the safety, wellbeing, participation and empowerment of all children and young people. WE HAVE ZERO TOLERANCE TO CHILD ABUSE, DISCRIMINATION, RACISM AND BULLYING.

MCCCC is committed to promoting and supporting physical, emotional and cultural safety for all children including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, and Children who are vulnerable and considered more at risk to abuse and neglect, those who are unable to live at home or in an under resourced household and those children living with a disability.

MCCCC aims to actively celebrate the culture and develop the capacity to provide a culturally safe environments for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their families, children of culturally and/ or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and children from sex and gender – diverse families and groups (LGBTIQA+)

MCCCC has robust policies and procedure and governance systems and processes to ensure all our environment including both the physical and online environments and safe and inclusive and meets the needs of all children and their families.

At MCCCC the safety and wellbeing of children will always be our first priority. Every person involved in MCCCC has a responsibility to understand the importance and specific role they play individually and collectively to ensure that the well-being and safety of all children and young people are at the forefront of all they do and every decision they make.

Our Happy Families

Both of my daughters have attended Mitchell Street and loved it there. When my second daughter started, the family grouping allowed my older daughter to be with her as she was adjusting to the new space. It was good peace of mind to know that they had each other during the day whilst I was working.

– Michelle, Tinning Street