We offer a number of programs and services to support your child’s early years learning.
Your child can attend preschool for up to 15 hours per week.
Currently we offer a program where your child will attend 30 hours of preschool over a 2-week period.
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The parent contribution is $130 per term. See our enrolment and fees page for more information.
What to bring
Children need to bring these items each day:
- change of clothes (multiple)
- drink bottle containing water
- healthy snacks
- packed lunch.
Please write your child’s name on all their belongings. For more information see our what to bring guidelines.
What not to bring
We celebrate the children's birthdays by singing "Happy Birthday" and giving them a certificate and balloon. Please do not send cakes or lollies on birthdays as this conflicts with our Healthy Food policy and can cause problems for children with food allergies.
We welcome and appreciate parent involvement in our kindergarten. Children's learning involves a partnership between educators and families. Parents are encouraged to be involved in their child's learning. Parental involvement is connected with positive educational outcomes for children. Parent are encouraged to discuss with educators how they can be actively involved in their child's learning at kindergarten. Perhaps you have a skill or interest, e.g. cooking, gardening or music, that you may like to share with the children. You may enjoy spending time with children by reading a story or at the beginning of the session, joining in with special events, excursions, assisting with our Inquiry Learning focuses, volunteering to be on our laundry roster, assisting with packing up and cleaning at the end of the day or helping with our End of Term clean ups.
Please let a staff member know if you are interested. Your contribution to and participation in our program is most welcome.
Those wishing to volunteer on regular basis will need to have a DCSI Criminal History Screening, a volunteer induction session and fill in a volunteer agreement form.
Other useful information
The Education Department's Special Educators, Speech Pathologist, Social Workers and Psychologist work with the kindergarten staff and families to provide support for children with special needs.
Kindergarten Orientation Visits
We offer one Orientation visit in Term 4 for children and families to visit our kindergarten. It is an opportunity for the children to familiarise themselves with the learning environment and staff and to met other children.
Literacy kits are available for borrowing daily. Please fill out your details in the book provided. Please return literacy kits to the basket provided, so staff can check and refresh them before they are borrowed again.
We respect all the information that you give us about your family or child. This will remain confidential at all times, as will any discussions we have with you.
To protect the children attending Golden Grove kindergarten, we ask that parents refrain from taking photographs, which may include children other than their own, as we want to ensure the privacy and safety of all children attending our kindergarten.