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Arrival at and Departure from the Centre

Children must be brought to the Centre and collected by a responsible adult of at least 18 years of age. On arrival, the adult must sign the child in via the online XAP Program (previously Storypark Manage) using their mobile and kiosk code and take the child to a staff member.


When departing, the adult collecting the child must come into the room and ensure that staff are aware that the child is leaving. The adult must again use the online platform to sign the child out for that day. 


Staff must be informed if someone other than a custodial parent will be collecting the child. If your child is collected by someone who you have not authorised in the Enrolment form, the parent/guardian must enter the nominee into XAP Program and be given their kiosk code.


What does your child need to bring?

Your child should bring the following items to kindergarten (all clearly named):

One plastic mug with handle

Change of clothing

Two shady hats

*One small hand towel no larger than 30cm square with a curtain ring or loop attached to the centre, NOT the edge.

*One drawstring bag approximately 60cm square to hold sheets. Named clearly on the OUTSIDE of the bag.

*One bottom sheet made from summer material

*One light summer top sheet

*One drawstring library bag measuring 50cm x 60cm. Named clearly on the OUTSIDE of the bag.

One small pillow (optional)

One small blanket during winter

Lunch in a SMALL compact plastic lunch box (NOT insulated) and some fruit for morning tea (no drink bottles, ‘poppers’ or cooling bricks required as lunches are kept in the fridge). (Children in the Magpie group can bring a small container of fruit/ veggies and/or crackers for 'Munch and Crunch', as they may be hungry before morning tea.).

Items marked with a * are available as a set from the Kindy at a cost of $65.00.

All items should be clearly labelled with the child’s name


Policy Documents

Code of Ethics

National Quality Standards Assessment and Ratings Instrument

Education and Care Services National Regulations

Guide to the National Quality Framework


Book and Puzzle Lending Libraries – special programs/ offerings

Did you know that Kindergarten age children who are read to 3-5 times a week have a reading ability similar to children 6 months older?  Regular reading time also promotes enhanced communication, speech and numeracy skills, logical thinking, and imagination opportunities, and of course, the enjoyment that comes from sharing a cuddle and a book with our children.

Kenmore District Kindergarten is well-resourced when it comes to books and puzzles and over the years has built up a wonderful collection for both learning and fun.

Our Kindy operates 3 lending libraries providing borrowing opportunities for both parents and children:

  • 200+ puzzles for beginners and beyond

  • 1000+ children’s picture books covering a huge range of topics

  • 70+ resource books available for parent borrowing

In addition to the lending libraries, our teachers operate a separate and substantial puzzle and book collection to share with the children as part of the daily learning and fun opportunities available at Kenmore District Kindy.



TERM 1 - Monday 22 January – Thursday 28 March

TERM 2 - Monday 15 April – Friday 21 June

TERM 3 - Monday 8 July – Friday 13 September

TERM 4 - Tuesday 30 September – Wednesday 11 December

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