Coming Soon to Riverton . . .

Riverton Child Care & Early Learning Centre

For 0-5 year old children. Register your interest below if you have children in the area, or a baby on the way.

or call us on (08) 9354 5881

riverton child care zero to five year olds


The BEAMS Early Learning Centre (ELC) will be built on the corner of Corinthian Road East and Vahland Avenue, Riverton.

We plan an equal group of babies, toddlers and 3-5 year olds. The centre will be built and cater for 46 places; however, we can expand to 86 places to meet the growing needs of the community.

The centre will be designed around the natural landscape of Riverton and we are putting effort into landscaping the area with natural WA flora.

We would love to hear any feedback and thoughts you may have on our contact page.

How can the Riverton Early Learning Centre help your child?

We are in the process of interviewing teaching staff, managers and child care workers, and will be “open for business” later in 2020.

We welcome any thoughts you may have.

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We’re All About The Children…


We’re interviewing the best, most highly-qualified, broad-minded, dynamic, professional and passionate teachers. Is this you?


Our indoor and outdoor play areas encourage sustainability, creativity, social interaction and physical play.


Parents & guardians are welcome to accompany children any time during the day. Siblings and partners are also welcome.


Nature walks, sensory exploration and afternoon “nature-based tea-parties” will be offered daily.

How is beams riverton different?

The difference is in how we teach. We teach STEAM subjects. Learning is achieved through nature-based play.

I’ve heard of STEM but What is STEAM?

STEM represents Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. “STEAM” represents STEM + the arts. Humanities, language arts, dance, drama, music, visual arts, design and new media are part of STEAM learning.

  • Science
  • Technology
  • Engineering
  • Arts
  • Maths

Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519)

Leonardo Da Vinci is an example of someone using STEAM to make discoveries. Indigenous Australians also have a long-standing tradition of scientific knowledge passed down through song as a memory system.

leonardo da vinci was a steam learner

The main difference between STEM and STEAM is that STEM explicitly focuses on scientific concepts. STEAM investigates the same concepts, but does this through inquiry and problem-based learning methods used in the creative process. In our case, the focus is on nature-based learning techniques.

So if you’re interested in your child following in the steps of Leonardo Davinci, and starting off with the best education that your child can get, register your interest above.


If you’re interested in your child following in the steps of Leonardo Davinci – starting off with the best education your toddler can get, register your interest at the top of the page. Or email us directly at .

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