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  8 am - 4 pm

How to Enrol

1.     WAITING LIST PROCEDURE

  • Your child may go on the waiting list after birth.
  • Parents/guardians may place their child’s name of the waiting list by visiting the Kindergarten to pick up a form, or download a Wait List form (provide link to form here).
  • To place a child on the waiting list the fee is $30.00 inclusive of GST. This is non-refundable. A receipt is issued.
  • The Enrolment Policy is explained to each parent/guardian and a copy is given to the parent/guardian which they sign as having received.
  • Original birth certificate as proof of child’s age must be provided (copy of birth certificate to be kept at the centre) before the child’s name will be accepted on the waiting list.
  • IMMUNISATION: To enrol in an Early Childhood Education and Care service, parents /guardians must provide:
    • Australian Childhood Immunisation Register History Statement that shows a child is up to date with their scheduled vaccinations
      or
    • AIR Immunisation History form on which the immunisation provider has certified that the child is on a recognised catchup schedule (temporary for 6 months)
      or
    • An AIR Immunisation Medical exemption Form which has been certified by a GP.
  • Placing a child’s name on the waiting list does not guarantee a place when the child turns 3 years of age. The enrolment process as set out below will apply. Parents/guardians will be encouraged to place their child’s name on the waiting list at other Kindergartens to avoid disappointment.
  Waiting List Application Form PDF - 1.3MB

2.     ENROLMENT FEE

  • An enrolment fee of $200 inclusive of GST is to be paid at the time of enrolment and is non-refundable even in the circumstance that the child does not eventually take up the place.
  • Prior to formally commencing at the service:
    • Educators and staff will familiarise themselves with information about the child from the enrolment information provided. They will ensure they are aware of any medical conditions and how to manage them if required. (See Medical Conditions Policy)
    • The Director will inform the Educators and staff of the intended time for any pre-commencement orientation visits.
    • A family member will remain in the service’s premises during these orientation visits. The child cannot be left at the service until they have formally commenced at the service and are therefore not included in the ratios.
  • During the orientation process Educators and staff will interact with the child and actively encourage them to engage in the service program and activities. They will also be available to the family to answer any questions they may have, whilst ensuring they are not compromising the supervision of other children or required ratios.
  Enrolment & Orientation Policy PDF - 4.9MB

3.     YOUR CHILD'S FIRST DAY

  • On the child’s first day of attendance Educators and staff will welcome the family and the child, ensuring that there is a space ready for the child’s belongings. Educators will reassure the family and assist with separation if required.
  • Families are encouraged to contact the Director or Responsible Person to let them know how their child is settling.

Terrey Hills Community Kindergarten
Yulong Ave Terrey Hills NSW 2084
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