Situated on a hill, The Hub Mayfield is an open plan preschool catering for babies up to preschool. Our toddlers and preschoolers enjoy a large yard built for adventures with lots of open space, a bike track, sandpit, vegetable patch & more to explore. Indoors we have created a calm and creative environment that allows for curious minds to explore the different environments set up to inspire imaginations with art, science and culture, just to name a few areas. Our babies have their own warm and nurturing space, where they can interact with their friends by playing in their sandpit, explore their own outdoor space, take part in a special activity or find a cosy corner to read their favourite book with our caring educators.

Amanda Bellears


Director’s Philosophy

I believe that children are confident and capable learners and I foster an inclusive environment where each child’s voice is heard and celebrated. I believe that it is important to have community collaboration to foster their learning, being that their parents are their first teacher. It takes a village to raise a child, so I value the partnerships we create with families as well as the community. I see a child’s early years as some of the most important times for their learning, so I really treasure that we are the beginning of their life journey.

Our Learning Space

The Hub Mayfield is an open plan Preschool environment, this space includes a large playground and a generous indoors area with many different environments to explore, allowing our children to enjoy our full indoor/outdoor program.

Every Child is an Artist

We have an experienced local artist visit our centre weekly to help inspire our little artists to unleash their imaginations, to create wondrous masterpieces, help them explore their inventiveness with colours, textures and forms and igniting their spark of creativity within.

Parent Information

Parent Handbook

Centre Walkthrough – Coming Soon

Centre Phone

Our Class Groups

At The Hub children are grouped according to age. We split children into groups called: