Monday – Thursday

Morning Session is from
7.30 am – 11.00 am / 11.30 am

Working and need extra childcare no worries we also offer extended programme for all children from 11.00 am – 2.00 pm (additional fees apply.)

Friday

7.30 am – 11.00 am KG2 and KG3 only (please note, no extra care is available on a Friday.)

Your child’s year level depends on their age as of the 1st of January of the year that they enroll (this is set by the MOE.)

3 years of age (before January of next year) = Nursery

3 years of age = KG1

4 years of age = KG2

5 years of age = KG3

Please note we can not take children outside of their year levels without exceptional circumstances. 

Children enrolled in extended programme will become part of our lunch bunch crew.

They will  remain with staff through lunch time, eat a meal provided by parents with their friends as part of their social development. They will then be given another chance to play quietly or loudly the choice is theirs.

A room for napping will be available if required. 

Fee for the extended program will be $200 per month (payable for the 10 months of the school year only.)

The school will follow the government school calendar and will have holidays roughly around the end of March, mid June, September and December.

Holidays are subject to change and the school reserves the right to differ slightly from the government school holidays when required. 

Please always send your child to school in clothes you don’t mind them getting dirty in.

You child will also require:

  1. A hat for outside play
  2. Sensible shoes that can be worn outside – (enclosed toe and heel strap are required). 
  3. A spare set of clothes 
  4. A personal towel
  5. Sunblock
  6. Healthy snack and lunch (if part of extended program)
  7. Water bottle 
  8. Wet bag for dirty/wet clothing (can be purchased from the school)
  9. A school bag
  10. Rain boots (optional)

Information on fees can be found here – for the 2020/2021 school year.

Please note that fees will need to be paid by the 5th of each month or late fees will be applied.

Support programmes are individual to each child and will be discussed with the parents after assessment of the child has been carried out.

They may include communication, Occupational therapy, extra supervision or a mixture of services.  Therapy goals will be set and monitored for all children on support, these will be discussed with the parents and updated as needed. 

Children are not really assessed as much as observed. 

Our teachers know the typical developmental steps of young children and understand what steps a child needs to take in order to be able to carry out a task. 

We observe a child see their current level and then extend them by guiding them in the next step they need to take. Over time these little steps build up and the child accomplishes more and more tasks on their own.