Enrolments for 2020 are openPlease submit your completed application forms to email@example.com
What do I need to know?
By choosing to enrol your child at McDougall Park Community Kindy you are opening a world of wonder. As soon as you enter our natural, tree shaded outdoor space you can see and feel the difference. The choice is yours to make.
See below for answers to some frequently asked questions.
Pay us a visit
You are always welcome to pop in and have a look at what we do.
Come in and meet the staff anytime between 9am and 3pm on weekdays during school term.
Download an enrolment form by clicking on the link below or pop in and collect one from our kindy.
Drop completed applications into our friendly staff at kindy.
We cater for children who turn four prior to June 30 in the kindergarten year or turn five in the second half of the kindergarten year. Children born between 01/07/2015 and 30/06/2016 are eligible to attend in 2020.
Who can enrol?
We do not have a restrictive catchment area and have previously had children enrolled from far and wide who didn’t want to miss out on the McDougall Park experience. Preference is however given to those living in our local community.
Our community kindergarten contributions have been set at $400 for 2018. This is inclusive of an amount to cover incursions and all other supplies throughout the year. There is no list of stationary items required to be purchased by families. We do not have a mandatory uniform, which means there are no compulsory additional costs associated with uniform purchase. For those that choose we have kindy t-shirts for available for purchase.
Where to after McDougall Park?
McDougall Park is the perfect environment to enjoy kindy prior to entering the more formal schooling environment.
The choice of school after kindy is entirely up to you. Our link school is Curtin Primary School, however you are not locked into a specific school by attending McDougall Park Community Kindy. Some parents are apprehensive about the fact the entire group does not move to pre-primary together. It is our experience that this rarely creates problems for our children and that our children typically move to pre-primary with at least one other kindy classmate.
If this is concern for you feel free to contact us and we can put you in touch with someone who has personally been through this experience.