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Leading early educator acquires Gold Coast-based centre

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Leading early educator acquires Gold Coast-based centre

Contemporary early childhood education and care provider Harmony Early Learning Journey has successfully acquired Burleigh-based early learning centre Petit Early Learning Journey.

With the first day of operations set for March 11, this acquisition will bring Harmony’s family of centres to a total of 16 across Queensland and New South Wales, with a further three in development. 

Harmony CEO Laurie Begni says this is an exciting milestone in Harmony’s expansion and underscores their ongoing commitment to delivering exceptional early childhood education.

“As we continue to grow, the acquisition of Petit Burleigh reinforces our dedication to providing exceptional and holistic educational opportunities for children and families,” says Mr Begni.

“Maintaining the trust and strong relationships previously cultivated is of paramount importance and we’ve structured the transition to ensure a seamless process for children, families and staff members.

“Families can expect Harmony to infuse our evidence-based curriculum, holistic teaching and state-of-the-art technologies into the existing framework of this newly acquired centre.”

Petit Early Learning Journey Burleigh is located at 7 Banjo Street, Burleigh Heads and caters to children aged from six weeks old to five years old.

Harmony Early Learning Journey currently operates 16 early learning centres across Southeast Queensland and Northern New South Wales with a further 3 sites in development. Inspiring beautiful minds with beautiful environments, Harmony’s foundation is built on ensuring every child receives the best care and education possible in a safe, calm, fun and inclusive learning setting. 


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For further information about Harmony Early Education, visit https://harmonylearning.com.au/   


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For all media enquiries contact Melinda Burton on 0400 740 067 or melinda.burton@zakazukha.com

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