Thank you for your interest in possibly enroling your child at Geelong Children's Centre. We sincerely hope that you and your child/children will become part of this vibrant, high quality care / education environment.
Enrolments for 2016 –
Vacancies currently exist for the following:
- 4 year old kinder program
- 3-5 room
- Toddlers Room
Please read the parent information booklet below for more information.
Enrolments for 2017 –
The Centre will take enrolments for current clients for 2017 on 24th and 25th October 2016.
The Centre will take enrolments for 2017 for new clients on Monday, 31st October, 2016 commencing at 7:30am.
The Centre has an open door policy, you are welcome to visit without an appointment after 9am.
Commonwealth Priority of Access Guidlines
The Federal Government has determined guidelines for allocating places to those families with the greatest need for childcare support.
These guidelines are strictly adhered to by the Management of the Centre.
Children at serious risk of abuse or neglect.
A child/children of parent/s who satisfy, the WORK / TRAINING / STUDY test (under section 14 of the Family Assistance Act).
Any other child.
If you are a non-working/studying parent you may be restricted to one day of care per week. Should a working parent require your allocated day of care, every effort will be made to offer you an alternative day. If this is not available, you will be given 2 weeks written notice to withdraw your child to make way for a higher priority child.
Parent Information / Enrolment Booklet
We provide parent information through our enrolment booklet, a PDF copy is available below.
The booklet gives an understanding of how the Centre operates.
- View Parent Information / Enrolment Booklet in Flipping Book Format
- Download Kinder Information Sheet in PDF format
Once you have read our Enrolment Booklet, you need to fill in and return all the relevant documents required for enrolment.
This includes the Enrolment form and attached Ezi Debit form plus Child Health Records / Immunisation Record.
Visiting and viewing the centre
The Centre has an open door policy – you may telephone or visit the Centre at any time to look at our facilities and meet with staff from 9am onwards.
The Centre provides excellent facilities, with highly experienced, mature and young educators to care for and educate your child.
We encourage parents participation in the program and all aspects of your child's care.