Our Kindy program

Our Qld Government Approved Kindergarten Program, led by our Early Childhood Teacher has been designed to give children the best start to their school-life, and hit the ground running.

We’ve built connections with the local schools and organise for regular excursions to nearby schools and school events. We don’t only prepare children to be school-ready, we teach then valuable life skills such as:

• Independence

• Social

• Emotional

• Resilience

• Self-help

We sat down with our kindy kids to find out what they loved about Arden Early Learning!

We have highly-qualified educators that will work with you to develop a plan that will support and nurture your child to meet their educational and developmental milestones. We offer a government approved Kindergarten Program, this is a play based program the is designed to meet governments guidelines to support children’s participation in quality early childhood education.

The program focuses on helping children to be prepared for their transition to school, it also helps children to develop a wide range of essential skills. The program runs for at least 15 hours per week, 40 weeks per calendar year.

Our focus far exceeds a tick and flick checklist. We want to ensure we are sending confident and involved learners into the world. The room ratio is 1:11 and the room capacity is 22 children with 2 staff members. We supply sunscreen, Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea.

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Additional Support

Where a family meets certain criteria, we can claim QKFS Plus Kindy Support, if you meet one of the below criteria please discuss this additional support with our Centre Manager.

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Families
  • Families with multiple births
  • Health Care Holders
  • A current Australian Government Health Care Card
  • A Department of Veterans Affairs’ Gold Card or White Card
  • A current Australian Government Pension Concession Card with automatic Health Care Card entitlements
  • Formal communication, such as a letter, from the relevant agency stating the intent to issue a Health Care Card.

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