Highgate Primary School Kindergarten groups Red, Green, Blue and Yellow are located at 4 Broome Street, Highgate. While Kindergarten Groups Orange and Purple are housed in Sandri House at the main campus 147 Lincoln Street.
Use the School Age Calculator to work out what year your child will start school.
Highgate Kindergarten program gives children a flying start to learning and life.
Our kindergarten program offers a safe and caring environment in which your child can build confidence in their abilities, extend their skills and have fun while learning.
Beautiful natural elements surround the building and the rooms are arranged to maximise learning and interaction.
Children learn through play. At Highgate your child will participate in play-based learning experiences designed to encourage their physical, social, intellectual, language and emotional growth.
Most importantly, Highgate Kindergarten will help your child learn to enjoy learning and be better prepared to start school.
At Highgate Kindergarten your child is under the guidance and care of our early childhood trained teachers.
Our program has been specifically designed to reflect the Early Year Learning Framework and our belief that children learn through play.
We highly respect the notion of parents as partners in their child's education. Therefore, we encourage and develop close relationships with parents to be actively involved in their child's learning at school and/or at home.
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For more information, please contact Highgate Primary School on 9253 2700 or email email@example.com.
HEALTHY EATING AT KINDY
Healthy Lunchbox Ideas
- Variety of fruit– strawberries, blueberries, apples, watermelon, mandarins etc
- Sandwiches or wraps – cheese, vegemite, jam, tuna, egg, mayonnaise, ham and cheese, shredded chicken etc
- Boiled egg
- Homemade muffins
- Vegetables with hummus dip
- Homemade granola bars
- Cheese– triangles, cubes or sticks
- Olives and gherkins
- Roti with dahl
Australian Guide to Healthy Eating - https://www.eatforhealth.gov.au/guidelines/australian-guide-healthy-eating
Food Container Suggestions
Children are encouraged to open their own lunch box each day. This promotes independence. Providing a lunchbox which is is easily manipulated is strongly advised.
IS YOUR CHILD READY FOR KINDY?