To register your child in kindergarten via our online portal, you will need to create an account if you haven’t already done so, and follow the prompts to submit your application.
The online system replaces the paper form of registration process. Families are able to enrol, pay the administration fee and view their application details from home at any time. You can login to update your details and change your kindergarten preference at any time.
It is your responsibility to ensure that your details are correct and up-to-date at all times to allow us to process your child’s kindergarten application before the cut-off date of 30 June, in the year prior to commencing kindergarten. This will ensure that your child will be included in the allocation process.
Given the extraordinary circumstances we are currently in, 2021 Kindergarten Applications closed on Friday 14 August 2020. Late applications will be processed after the 23 September 2020 for any remaining vacancies.
If you are unsure whether you have an account or not, please contact the Kindergarten Support team on 9518 3530 or email@example.com
Glen Waverley South and Wellington Kindergarten
In 2021, a new integrated family hub will be built at the current Wellington Preschool site in Shaftsbury Avenue, Mulgrave.
For the duration of 2021, the Glen Waverley South kindergarten at 43 Fraser Street (Glen Waverley) will be operating under the name of Wellington Kindergarten.
The Wellington Kindergarten Committee will be the management organisation for the 43 Fraser Street location for 2021. The Wellington Committee and Educators will relocate to manage service provision at the Glen Waverley venue.
If you want to attend kindergarten at the Fraser Street location throughout 2021, please select Wellington as your preference on the Kindergarten Enrolment portal.
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You will be asked to provide 3 documents to verify your information.
The documents you upload can either be scanned copies or photos of the required documents. Once the documents are verified, they will be deleted.
The 3 documents must include:
- Proof of address (for example, a driver's licence, utility bill, rates notice etc..)
- Proof of date of birth (for example, a birth certificate, passport or immunisation certificate)
- Immunisation status (for example, a current immunisation certificate or a copy of child health book pages showing immunisations)
These are the 2020 timetables for the kindergartens who are listed on the Central Enrolment portal:
Central Enrolment Portal - Kindergarten 2021 timetables (pdf, 554KB)
To enrol your child/children please visit Parent Portal
To be eligible to attend kindergarten your child/children must turn 3 or 4 by the 30 April in the year they attend.
Registration must be received and processed by the 30 June prior to your child attending.
|Date of Birth
3 year old attendance
4 year old attendance