Currambena preschool

We believe that play is an essential tool that encourages the children to learn. During the preschool day the children have the opportunity to play and experiment through a range of small group and individual activities and experiences which promote physical, social, emotional, cognitive and linguistic development.



About Preschool

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Chris, the Preschool Assistant asked the children what they thought people who hadn’t been here might need to know about Currambena Preschool. Here is a collective summary of the children’s responses...

“Why don’t they just come and see it? We’ll take photos, I got to know where everything was and learned the Rainbow Snake song, you can make friends and play, come and have a look, you can play with dinosaurs, lego, friends, ponies, swing on the hammocks, and monkeybars, listen to music, read books, dress up, learn to draw a bird and how to make a sandwich, say sorry if people get hurt, learn how to solve problems, talk to each other and sort it out, learn how to get into a game, play puzzles and playdough with friends, make friends and meet them at the swings….”

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Preschool FAQs

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The Preschool day

Children are involved in daily group time activities, which involve small groups and a wide choice of activities. The children have access to the whole playground and are supervised by Preschool and Primary staff.

There is no set morning tea or lunchtime. The children are encouraged to eat when they are hungry and rest when they are tired. Staff members prompt children to remember to eat and drink during the day.

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Preschool Policies
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