Kindy Year 2019 Birth Date - 1st July 2014 - 30th June 2015 Children who are three and a half years old may be offered a position, as long as children of the target age group on the waiting list have been placed and vacancies exist.
Session Times 5 Day fortnight 8.30am - 2.30pm (22 students per group) Option 1 Monday, Tuesday and alternative Wednesday Option 2 Thursday, Friday and alternative Wednesday
How do I place my child on a waiting list? 1. Complete the waiting list form and email this to the office firstname.lastname@example.org 2. Make a payment of $15.00 (waiting list fee). This can be done by direct deposit into our bank account, using the details below or by eftpos, either at the Kindy or over the phone (on the office days: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. CENTENARY CHRISTIAN KINDERGARTEN BANK ACCOUNT DETAILS Name of Bank: Westpac Name of Account: LCAQD – Centenary Christian Kindergarten BSB/Branch Number: 034-158 Account Number: 270188 Reference to be used: Child’s First and Last Name
Fees: Fees are determined yearly. We have no compulsory additional expenses other than those listed below. Waiting List Enrolment Fee (Non-Refundable), payable at time of placement on waiting list: $15.00. Enrolment Administration Fee, payable at time of acceptance of enrolment to the Centre: $100.00
Please note we are a Registered Kindergarten with Centrelink and as such are not able to offer the Child Care Subsidy (CCS).
Our Curriculum Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guidelines (QKLG) were developed by the Queensland Studies Association (QSA). Our curriculum now comes under the umbrella of Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA). Their website is available: https://www.qcaa.qld.edu.au
The kindergarten adopts a holistic approach which encourages your child to develop his/her cognitive, social, emotional, spritual and physical well being with an emphasis on 5 areas:
- Communication - Identity - Wellbeing - Active Learning, and - Connectedness. Your child, through play, will experience: - Music and movement - Dramatic play/role playing - Art and collage - Rich language experiences - Special visitors' talks - Museum exhibits - Puzzle and book libraries - God's environment.
Parental Involvement As the centre is a non-profit organisation, we encourage family involvement as part of the community approach through. - Parent roster once a term - Grandparents morning - Special Fathers (or working parents) evening - Maintenance rosters (working bees) - Social Events - coffee mornings, Open Day, welcome barbeques - Parent and Friends Advisory Board (PFAB) which in conjunction with the Director oversees the fundraising for the centre. We also have a number of parent volunteer roles such as Group representatives, Book Club Coordinator, Treasurer and Prayer Coordinator.