Tarneit North Kindergarten

Tarneit North Kindergarten

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About Tarneit North Kindergarten

Tarneit North Early Years Centre acknowledges the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation as the traditional owners of the land on which we play and learn. We value their knowledge and culture and reflect this in our daily pedagogy and practices. Tarneit North Early Years Centre believe in developing children’s confidence and resilience in an environment which is welcoming, caring, safe and supported. We believe that all children have their own unique sense of identity and individual needs and have the right to self-expression and to make decisions and choices that influence their learning and wellbeing, as such we include the child’s voice in the planning, implementation and reflection of the kindergarten program. We believe that when nurtured and valued children are empowered as capable and competent learners.

Play is essential in the development of children, and we celebrate the abundant learning that comes with it. Play is meaningful when interests interests are acknowledged and children are involved and contribute to decision-making. We embrace children’s ability to explore, create, problem solve, collaborate and imagine when they play. We incorporate intentional teaching and child-led learning into our practice, to allow opportunities for all learning styles and recognise and support special and additional needs.

We believe children learn through collaboration and engagement with peers, adults and interacting with an engaging environment. A rich, stimulating and nurturing environment has the potential to stimulate imagination, promote creativity and enhance curiosity. We aim to provide children with opportunities to practice and consolidate their skills in developmental learning domains including: language and literacy; creative and expressive arts; mathematics; science; physical, social and emotional development and work towards the learning outcomes as expressed in the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF).

Getting to Tarneit North Kindergarten

2-28 Goddard Street, Tarneit North

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Unavailable

Tarneit North Kindergarten Reviews

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  • Aman Mayar Ater - about 2 months ago

    There is no phone number I am trying to contact the kindergarten

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Tarneit suburb information

Tarneit is a suburb located in Victoria. There are approximately 32 child care centres in Tarneit and fees are below the national average.

Average cost per day

$114

Baby

0-12 Months

$114

Toddler

13-24 Months

$107

Kindergarten

2-3 Years

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NQS rating & quality

Tarneit
National Average
12%17%
53%49%
16%28%
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