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We are a small, community-driven kinder with a strong focus on nurturing kids and learning through play.

With a teacher-to-child ratio that's larger than the standard for three year old, and an incredible 4 year old bush kinder program, come for a visit and find out why we exceed the national quality standard.

It's an excellent opportunity to meet our educators, chat to parents and carers and marvel at our gorgeous little kinder in the heart of Bayside.

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3 Year Old Program

Helen Paul Kindergarten’s 2023 three year old program will include one group with up to 22 children per group and three educators, attending 10 hours a week. 

Wombats (10hrs/wk)
Monday             1.30pm -  4.00pm
Wednesday        8.30am –1.30pm

Friday                8.30am –11.00am

The three year old program focuses on developing and nurturing the social and communication skills of each child, which include music, singing, dancing and dramatic play.  Activities such as play dough, finger painting, painting, collage, drawing, puzzles, building with blocks and outdoor play are designed to help develop fine and gross motor skills. Our teaching sessions are run by one teacher and two assistants.

Each term includes an incursion related to the children’s current interest such as a dress-up day or special event, such as footy day.

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4 Year Old Program

Helen Paul Kindergarten’s 2023 four year old program will include two groups with up to 26 children per group, attending 15 hours a week including Bush Kinder. 

Emus (15 hrs/wk)
Monday           8.30am - 1.00pm
Tuesday          9.30am - 12.30pm (offsite)
Thursday         8.30am - 4.00pm

Kangaroos (15 hrs/wk)
Tuesday          8.30am - 4.00pm
Thursday         9.30am - 12.30pm (offsite)
Friday             11.30am - 4.00 pm

 

The four year old program focuses on engaging children through their interests and meeting their developmental needs, encouraging them to develop a love for life-long learning.  Children develop their independence by choosing activities within a carefully planned learning environment and our staff support them to extend and scaffold their learning. Our teaching sessions are run by one teacher and two assistants. 

Each term includes an incursion or excursion related to the children’s current interest such as a dress-up day or special event, such as footy day. 

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