The kindergarten operates on a break-even, non-profit basis and relies on support from parents regarding prompt payment of fees to keep the Kindergarten financially viable.
This kindergarten is committed to:
Please contact the office for the fee schedule.
The government partly subsidises the 4-year-old program. If you have a Health Care card or Pensioner Concession Card, the government will provide an extra grant to our pre-school service and you will not need to pay a fee for the 4YO program. (This does not apply to the 3YO Kinder Program)
At the beginning of each term you will receive an invoice in your child’s pocket that terms fees are due to be paid within 2 weeks.
Fee collection is mandatory. Any difficulty of fees by the due date should be discussed with the school Principal prior to the payment due date. An arrangement will be made for payment by instalments over the rest of the term. Confidentiality is guaranteed.
Failure to pay fees by the due date or make an arrangement to do so over the rest of the term will result in that family’s fees being considered overdue and appropriate steps will be taken as follows:
Health care card holders will have the government rebate deducted from their fees gradually each term.
This policy applies to children attending the four-year old program only.
Kindergarten families may be eligible for the “Child Care Benefit for Registered Care” provided by the Family Assistance Office (through Medicare). At the end of each term, the Enrolment Officer will provide each fee-paying family with a receipt for Registered childcare. The receipt can be then used to claim Child Care Benefit on the appropriate form through Medicare.
All payments to the Kindergarten for any reason can be paid by EFTPOS or be made in the following manner:
Cash to be correct (we are unable to give change).