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Our Mission, your learning opportunity

At Da Vinci Hub, we believe that learning is fun, enjoyable and rewarding when fostered in the right environment. Learning is part of life and being part of a community. The success of learning is so much more than the results of an exam or gaining recognition; it is measured by a sense of fulfillment, empowerment and creates an appetite for more. Da Vinci Hub will change how you view learning. ​

Mission Statement:

To create an environment where everyone feels accepted and their differences embraced.
To offer learning opportunities that vary from mainstream and allow engagement from participants.
To align ourselves with others in the community who share our philosophy.

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Some of our most recent posts are below.

Good luck to all students doing NAPLAN today. Do your best and remember it’s only a snapshot in time of your knowledge.


To all the women in the group; who are mums to human and fur babies; aunts, grandmothers and girlfriends - have a lovely day. Thanks for your guidance, love, care and support for your loved ones. For all those ...with mums who are no longer with us, we are thinking of you.

We mustn’t forget the men who have stepped in to be both parents for your children, celebrate it with your kids too!

These days aren’t usually easy for separated families; but hopefully they are a reminder that your guidance and love are recognised. ❤️❤️❤️


We have been in contact with Service NSW ; at present it is not compulsory to wear masks at the hub. We do advise :
1) if you have any cold and flu symptoms
2) if you have visited places listed on the NSW government
To please stay at home.


Students are all reminded to sign in and out of the hub; parents to also please check in using the QR code; sanitise hands.

Have a lovely weekend!

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To our Jedi and our Sith,
To our Mirialans and Mon Calamari,
Our Jawas and Wookies, our Chiss and our Hutts,
Our Kaminoans, Keshri, and Iktochi,
Our Trandoshans and Twi'Leks, Ewoks and Zeltrons,
Our Zabraks, Rakatas, and Neimoidians,
Our Rodians, and Droids, our ...Falleen and Bothan,
Our Geonosians, our Gungans, our Wookies

-and, yes, whatever Yoda actually is-

May the Fourth be with you!

Commencing soon.....

Creative writing class 📝 commencing soon on Thursday afternoons

4pm to 5pm - year 3&4 students
5pm to 6pm - year 5&6 students

Students will learn the art of writing; discovering techniques and developing their writing. Workshops run... by an experienced English teacher Suzanna Tongurian.

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On 25 April 1915, 16,000 soldiers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) landed at what is now called Anzac Cove on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey. Around 2000 of them were killed or wounded that day.

Many Australians felt that the Gallipoli landing had been an event of ...enormous national significance that needed to be marked in some way. Organising committees formed spontaneously in each state.

The federal government recognised Gallipoli’s symbolic importance. It also hoped that commemorating the campaign might improve enlistment numbers, which were starting to decline. In 1916 the Acting Prime Minister, Minister for Defence George Pearce, officially named 25 April as Anzac Day, -though it was not yet a public holiday.

ANZAC Day is now an opportunity to remember and support those Australians who have given so much for this country. We send our love to all families remembering loved ones today. Lest We Forget.

We send our warmest wishes to our families and friends beginning the month of Ramadan. We hope the coming days are filled with light and love, gratitude and patience.

R3 Education

At R3 Education Centre, we offer small group and private tuition for pre-school to high school students in Mathematics and English. We use the approach that children should feel enthusiastic about learning. We aim to help them develop critical thinking skills they can carry with them into other areas of their lives.

R3 Education is part of the DaVinci Hub, with a focus on the three R’s for students in kindergarten through to the HSC.

Visit R3 Education or start the enrolment process.

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