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Foundation Learning Centre

Previously Narre Community Learning Centre

Foundation Learning Centre (FLC) is a community based education and human services organisation based in Narre Warren, 38 kilometres south-east of Melbourne.

We are a not-for-profit organisation that champions community development through education. Our current range of services include pre-kindergarten programs, youth programs for years 9 to 12, literacy and migrant english, a range of accredited courses, many hobby and special interest courses and groups and the Neighbourhood House.

Delivery of a range of Community Education and Neighbourhood House health and well being programs.  

This component delivers a range of VET Courses, all Youth Programs including years 9-12 and a range of literacy courses, plus young parents support.

Formerly known as Funtime, we offer pre-kinder for children from 3-4 years of age.

We have a fully operational hairdressing salon where we deliver various accredited hair courses. 

Registered Training Organisation

The provision of vocational education is one of our primary objectives.

Committed to Quality Education

Established in 1981, we have decades of experience and
fully-qualified teachers.

Focused on

We encourage individuals with disabilities to access funded training & support.

Feedback Strongly Encouraged

We welcome feedback and are committed to continuous improvement.

Child Safety

Foundation Learning Centre is committed to providing a safe environment for all children. Our programs and courses are delivered to a range of children including those who are Indigenous, disadvantaged and those who have come from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds.

Our Child Safe policy and procedures promote the seven Child Safe Standards to prevent and respond to child abuse. Our centre supports and protects all children. 

Review our documentation:

Child Safety Statement

Code of

Child Safe

“I knew from the moment I walked into the early learning centre that it was a very special place. The grounds were lovely, the staff were so friendly and welcoming and, without any other way to describe it, the kinder had an amazing community and family friendly ‘vibe’. I was also drawn to their play-based philosophy and the way they encouraged independence: children were free to play indoors or outdoors and explore their particular interests.”
– Emma