At Wilson Street Kindergarten, we provide an inclusive, open-ended, play-based learning environment. We embrace each child and their family, and recognise individuality. We are a child safe organisation.
2022 ENROLMENT APPLICATION PERIOD NOW OPEN
Our 2022 enrolment application period is open from Monday 5th April – Friday 30th April. Submit your application via the link below.
LIMITED VACANCIES AVAILABLE IN OUR 2021 4YO PROGRAM. If you are interested in a place in our 2021 4YO program please contact our Enrolment & Fee Manager, Nadia Hobart, via email email@example.com
Wilson Street Kindergarten is participating in the 2021 Victorian Government’s Free Kindergarten Initiative.
If you would like to enquire about our program or for more information regarding the Free Kindergarten Initiative, please contact our Enrolment & Fee Manager, Nadia Hobart, via email firstname.lastname@example.org
2021 Term Dates
Term 1: Wednesday 27th Jan (staff only) – Thursday 1st April
Term 2: Monday 19th April – Friday 25th June
Term 3: Monday 12th July (staff only) – Friday 17th September
Term 4: Monday 4th October – Thursday 17th December
2021 Public Holidays
Tuesday 26th Jan: Australia Day
Monday 8th March: Labour Day
Friday 2nd April – Monday 5th April: Easter
Monday 14th June: Queen’s Birthday
Friday 24th September: Grand Final Eve
Monday 1st November: Melbourne Cup Eve
Tuesday 2nd November: Melbourne Cup
Learn about best practice road safety and make sure you have the most up to date information regarding the safe transportation of your children, using child car seats, children as pedestrians, using bikes and wearing helmets.
Wilson Street Kindergarten, in partnership with Melbourne University, supports and mentors Master of Teaching students as they train to become the teachers of tomorrow.
Acknowledgement: WSK is a child safe, inclusive environment where everyone has the right to feel respected, valued, safe and protected from harm, neglect and abuse. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are Australia’s First Peoples and the traditional custodians of the land on which we live, learn and work.