Little Sparks at Fahan School - for little hands and minds
Join us at Fahan School’s very own play-based learning program, Little Sparks, for families with children from birth to four years.
Little Sparks is held every Thursday from 9:00am to 10:15am during School term time, with the program operating in Fahan’s early learning classrooms and facilities. Children and their parents, grandparents or carers are invited to join in and participate in the fun and engaging activities. Families are welcome to come for casual visits or attend each week during term time and there are no fees to attend.
Hosted by our wonderful Fahan staff, Mrs Tania Gath and Ms Fiona Short, families can enjoy participating in the many fun, playful, messy, noisy, active and delightful activities on offer, both indoors and outdoors. Fahan’s enchanting gardens and playgrounds are an immersive experience that our Little Sparks can explore.
“We invite families from near and far to come together to join in our play-based activities and educational experiences; to spend quality time together, connect, and share their experiences with other families.” Fahan Head of Junior School, Mrs Tania Gath.
Children do not need to be enrolled at Fahan School to participate and all children aged 0 – 4 years are welcome to join in. Tea and coffee will be provided for parents.
When: Every Thursday (School term time only) from 9:00am – 10:15am
Where: Fahan School, 1 Fisher Lane, Sandy Bay.
Access is available via Coolabah Road, Lower Sandy Bay (see map in photos)
Please Bring: A drink bottle, sunscreen and hat for your child.
Term 4 Program
We have a wonderful program of activities every week and a copy of our Term 4 program is available on the link below.
Registration and Enquiries
Fahan is an allergy-aware School. To ensure the health and safety of all students at Fahan, we ask that food containing nuts are not brought onto campus.
Fahan School is committed to keeping our School Community safe and we ask that if you or the children in your care are unwell, please refrain from attending until all are well.