Moana Kindergarten


Contact Information

Director: Ms Josie Agars
Phone: (08) 8386 1971
Fax: (08) 8327 2852
Address: Schooner Road
Region: River Hub Partnership

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Feedback and Complaints

Let us know if you have feedback or a complaint, or if you want to give us a compliment. Feedback is valuable as it helps us shape our services to meet your needs.

Our parent guide to raising a concern or complaint (Adobe PDF 478KB)

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Session Times

The Kindergarten offers the equivalent of 15 hours of preschool per week for children in their eligible year, that is, the year before school entry. Sessions are held 8.30am-3pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays mornings, and 4 hrs on alternate Wednesday mornings.

The children attend either on a Monday and Tuesday and alternate Wednesday mornings, or on Thursday and Fridays and alternate Wednesday mornings.

2015 fees are currently $130 per term

The Frog Group of Children The Turtle Group of Children
Mondays 8.30am - 3.00pm Thursdays 8.30am - 3.00pm
Tuesdays 8.30am - 3.00pm Fridays 8.30am - 3.00pm
 Alternate Wednesdays Alternate Wednesdays
8.30am - 12.30pm 8.30am - 12.30pm

Priority of Access

Preschool enrolments vary over time. During the past few terms parent/caregivers have indicated a need for clear guidelines on enrolment criteria when our preschool numbers are high.

Our ceiling is determined by the preschool centre capacity and current staffing levels. Our current ceiling is 62 children.

This system of Priority of Access will be used whilst we have difficulty finding places for children wishing to attend.

Please feel free to speak with the director at the preschool to discuss our Priority of Access criteria further.

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Priority of access policy 66 KB Adobe PDF

Morning Sessions 8.30am – 11.30am, Monday to Friday
Afternoon Sessions: 12.00pm – 3.00pm, Monday to Thursday
Full Day Sessions: Monday to Thursday

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Parent Information

Governing Council:

The role of the Governing Council is to oversee the running of the Kindergarten. It is comprised of parents, staff and interested members of the community. Meetings are held monthly to discuss educational, financial and maintenance matters which are of concern to the Kindergarten.

The Governing Council also plans events and organises fundraising to ensure the financial viability of the Kindergarten. All parents are encouraged to become involved in this process.


Sun and Heat Protection: Children are required to wear a sun safe hat in Term 1 and from 1st September to the end of term 4. Children who do not have a sun safe hat during this time will play inside. Hats will not be lent due to spread of head lice. In summer sunscreen should be applied to children prior to attending their kindergarten session. Please ensure that clothing has covering for shoulders - NO shoe string straps or tank tops.

Healthy Eating: Please send nutritious food for snack time. Cake, lollies, chocolate, sweet biscuits are not recommended. If perishable food is sent please name the item or container and place in the fridge. Children do not share snacks. Due to some children's strong and often life threatening reactions to nut products including peanuts, nutella or peanut butter they are not suitable for children's snacks. Please provide a water bottle for your child to drink during sessions. Filtered water is also available. No soft drinks or cordial please.

Grievance: Any issue you have with a child, parent or staff member at the kindergarten needs to be resolved through discussion. Please request our grievance policy pamphlet for procedures and make time with a staff member to discuss your issues.

Health Issues: Parents are responsible for keeping staff aware of any health issues. Staff will administer basic first aid if necessary. The Kindergarten reserves the right to ask parents to take a child home. It is important to keep your contact numbers up to date, and communication lines, especially mobile phone accessible.

Lunch Program: Children using this program stay all day and are supervised over lunch period by a staff member. The program has a limit of 10 children and may have a waiting list.

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Behaviour Management Policy 78 KB Adobe PDF
Sun and Heat Protection Policy 26 KB Adobe PDF
Healthy Food and Nutition Policy 25 KB Adobe PDF

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Playgroup Information

The Seaford Community Centre adjacent to Moana Kindergarten, host a number of Play Groups.Contact the Community Centre for more information Seaford Community Centre phn: 8386 3319

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Context Statement

The Context Statement provides detailed information about our preschool.

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Context statement 124 KB Adobe PDF
Vision Statement 46 KB Adobe PDF
Annual Report 75 KB Adobe PDF
Parent Information 71 KB Adobe PDF

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