Stepping Stone Hewett Childcare & Early Development Centre


Stepping Stone Hewett Childcare & Early Development Centre

Centre details

Opening Hours: 6:30am – 6:30pm Monday to Friday

Address: 10 Rosella Circuit, Hewett SA 5118

Phone: 08 8523 1443

Capacity: 130 children

Director: Bronwyn Baron

Assistant Director: Chloe Dealey


  • Purpose built centre
  • 7 Rooms – Birth to School Age
  • Great outdoor areas with sandpits and shade
  • Developmentally age appropriate curriculum incorporating the Early Years Learning Framework
  • Security system to access the centre
  • Sun Smart Centre
  • Nutritious snacks & Meals Cooked on Site using “Nutrition Australia Guidelines”
  • Nappies, Linen, Sunscreen and hats provided
  • Experienced, qualified team of professional educators
  • Reduced rate for armed forces
  • Preschool drop off & pick up
  • Networks with local kindergarten – Elsie Ey Kindergarten
  • Discounted Public Holiday Rate appliesLocated next to Hewett Primary School


At Stepping Stone Hewett we have large outdoor areas which are divided into age groups and we have created veggie patches, fruit trees and a cubby house for the children to explore.

We are located near the school oval and have a very close relationship with Hewett Primary School and Elsie Ey Children’s Centre. We walk to and from kindy daily.

Meet the centre director

Bronwyn - director

Hi, my name is Bronwyn Baron and I am the centre director at Stepping Stone(SA) Hewett.

I have been very lucky to be able to have worked with Stepping Stone(SA) since 2008, where I was first employed as Assistant Director.

I would describe myself as very easy going and love being outside, especially with my family, going to my son’s football games, camping and fishing.

At our centre we pride ourselves on providing a nurturing and safe environment where children are able to grow, explore and reach their potential as individuals with the help of our dedicated and passionate educators

My team and I look forward to meeting you and showing you through our remarkable centre. Thanks,
Bronwyn Baron