Find out how the Zig Zag Early Years Partnership supports families and children aged 0 to 8 in the City of Kalamunda.
Supported by the City of Kalamunda
The Zig Zag Early Years Partnership (ZZEYP) is an early years network which exists within the City of Kalamunda. Early Years Networks (EYNs) are groups of parents, professionals and community members committed to improving outcomes for children
aged zero to eight. The City of Kalamunda is an active member of the ZZEYP, employing a community development officer to assist with the group’s coordination and community activities.
Mission:The ZZEYP exists within the City of Kalamunda to support families, early years service providers and early childhood practitioners through the formulation and delivery of early years strategies.Objectives:The ZZEYP, with the support of the City of Kalamunda, achieves their mission by:
Who is a part of the network?The ZZEYP network comprises of various providers and advocates for the early years including:
Like to join the ZZEYP network?Join the ZZEYP network to receive updates about early years events, information and activities happening in your community. Connect with them on Facebook:@ZZEYP
For more information about the Zig Zag Early Years Partnership, please contact the Youth and Community Development Officer at the City of KalamundaPhone: (08) 9257 9968Email: email@example.com
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