Childcare FAQ

Every day counts when it comes to the educational development of your child. When it’s time to consider placing your toddler into a preschool in Kincumber, get the facts on what you need to know about Kinburra Preschool. We’ve put together a list of frequently asked questions and answers about early childhood education in New South Wales. Contact us today to request a tour of Kinburra Preschool.

A. We are open Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 3:30pm during the school term. We don’t operate during school holidays.

A. We accept children who turn 4 years old on or before 31 July that year.

A. Preschool is an important step for children to socialise, role-play, develop independent thinking and prepare for further schooling.

A. The Early Years’ Learning Framework was designed to provide a consistently high standard of care and education in preschools across Australia. Every child has the right to access a quality education. The Early Years’ Learning Framework gives direction to help educators deliver a nurturing, enriching and stimulating preschool education.

A. Kinburra Preschool is predominantly run by a parent-managed committee. A director oversees the operations, however, parents of the children who attend the preschool make decisions regarding policy changes, events, fundraisers and how the preschool could improve.

A. Storypark helps connect parents, teachers and students via a private, user-friendly service. Follow your child’s learning by receiving online updates, documentation, photos and videos throughout the day.

A. From 1 January 2018, the Australian Government introduced ‘No Jab No Play’. Parents must provide an immunisation record to prove their child has received their vaccinations. Children enrolled prior to 1 January 2018 are not affected by new requirements.