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2025 Enrolments

Enrolments for 2025 three year and four year old kinder will open 1 May 2024, and close 30 June, the online 2025 kinder registration link will be available from 1 May.

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Kindergarten - Virtual tour 

If you would like to view a preschool, please explore the virtual open days below or contact our team at fsadmin@latrobe.vic.gov.au to make arrangements to visit a centre.

Kindergarten Open Days 

We are hosting open days at all Latrobe City preschools on Tuesday, 7 May between 3.00pm and 5.30pm. If you cannot attend our open day and would like to view a preschool at another time please explore the virtual open days below or contact our team at fsadmin@latrobe.vic.gov.au  to make alternative arrangements.

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Three-year-old kindergarten: Enrol now, or learn more about enroling

Four-year-old kindergarten: Enrol now, or learn more about enroling

2024 Enrolments

Kinder registration for 2024 three year old and four year old kinder are still being accepted and will be offered in order of receipt where places remain available. Three year old kinder is 5 hours, one day per week.  Four year old kinder is 15 hours per week. You can still apply for kinder for the remainder of 2024, please email fsadmin@latrobe.vic.gov.au  to arrange to have the registration link emailed to you. Please see link from the Department of Education and Training about what to expect from three and four year old kindergarten programs and what the Best Start, Best Life reforms mean for families. 
 

Kindergarten virtual open days

Explore each of our kindergarten facilities online

Benefits

Kindergarten programs are delivered by a qualified early childhood teacher. They are designed to improve your child’s development in:

  • social skills, like how to play with other children in a calm, sharing and rewarding way
  • self-awareness and respect for others
  • emotional skills, for example understanding their feelings
  • language, literacy and numeracy skills, such as reading stories and counting objects
  • a joy for learning and group activities, such as talking, drawing and making things together with other children their own age
  • ability to make new friends
  • exposure to new ideas and concepts.

Kindergarten provides families:

  • Opportunities to meet other families and make community connections
  • Access to support for children with special needs
  • Access to other community services.

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