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. Raising a complaint with DECD (116 KB).

CONTACT US

Director Cathy Frost Phone (08) 8388 4141 0419 506 872 Fax (08) 8398 0082 Street Address: 214 Onkaparinga Valley Road Oakbank SA 5243 Partnership Heysen Email dl.4645.leaders@schools.sa.edu.au

WHAT’S HAPPENING

We play lots of games and dont hurt our friends. We organise our belongings and do relaxation to keep our bodies calm. We read books and do drawings. Outside we play in the sandpit, run and pick beautiful things to put on our vine wreaths. We play on the swings. Our favourite is the round one that four people can go on. We have a mud kitchen and we do gardening. We water the plants. We have safe hands and safe feet. PDF Downloads Newsletter Term 4 No 1, 2018 (204 KB) Newsletter Term 3 No 2, 2018 (167 KB) Newsletter Term 3 No 1, 2018 (172 KB) Newsletter Term 2 No 2, 2018 (217 KB) Newsletter Term 2 No 1, 2018 (184 KB) Newsletter Term 1 No 3, 2018 (186 KB)

OPERATING HOURS

Children attend 5 full days over the fortnight i.e. Tuesday 9am - 3pm Wednesday 9am - 3pm every second Thursday 9am - 3pm

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

This land belongs to all of us. For many years people have walked on this ground, they have met here on this land, living and learning and connecting, and they valued this place. We acknowledge that the land we are on is the traditional land of Aboriginal custodians including the Peramangk and Kaurna people and that they have a strong connection and cultural relationship with their country. Together we will continue to take care of this land.

Welcome to Oakbank Kindergarten

Oakbank Kindergarten is situated in a historic stone building built in 1868 which is set within picturesque grounds. The Kindergarten setting offers a natural environment which supports children to develop a strong sense of wellbeing and dispositions for learning that will prepare them for their future in an ever changing world. We offer a dynamic program in partnership with families and the local community that fosters a sense of care for ourselves, others and the environment. Children lead the learning through their interests, skills, family support and relationships with educators. In 2017 our service was rated as Exceeding National Quality Standards by the Education and Early Childhood Services Registration and Standards Board.

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. Raising a complaint with DECD (116 KB).

CONTACT US

Director Cathy Frost Phone (08) 8388 4141 0419 506 872 Fax (08) 8398 0082 Street Address: 214 Onkaparinga Valley Road Oakbank SA 5243 Partnership Heysen Email dl.4645.leaders@schools.sa.edu.au

WHAT’S

HAPPENING

We play lots of games and dont hurt our friends. We organise our belongings and do relaxation to keep our bodies calm. We read books and do drawings. Outside we play in the sandpit, run and pick beautiful things to put on our vine wreaths. We play on the swings. Our favourite is the round one that four people can go on. We have a mud kitchen and we do gardening. We water the plants. We have safe hands and safe feet. PDF Downloads Newsletter Term 4 No 1, 2018 (204 KB) Newsletter Term 3 No 2, 2018 (167 KB) Newsletter Term 3 No 1, 2018 (172 KB) Newsletter Term 2 No 2, 2018 (217 KB) Newsletter Term 2 No 1, 2018 (184 KB) Newsletter Term 1 No 3, 2018 (186 KB)

OPERATING

HOURS

Children attend 5 full days over the fortnight i.e. Tuesday 9am - 3pm Wednesday 9am - 3pm every second Thursday 9am - 3pm

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

OF COUNTRY

This land belongs to all of us. For many years people have walked on this ground, they have met here on this land, living and learning and connecting, and they valued this place. We acknowledge that the land we are on is the traditional land of Aboriginal custodians including the Peramangk and Kaurna people and that they have a strong connection and cultural relationship with their country. Together we will continue to take care of this land.

Welcome to Oakbank

Kindergarten

Oakbank Kindergarten is situated in a historic stone building built in 1868 which is set within picturesque grounds. The Kindergarten setting offers a natural environment which supports children to develop a strong sense of wellbeing and dispositions for learning that will prepare them for their future in an ever changing world. We offer a dynamic program in partnership with families and the local community that fosters a sense of care for ourselves, others and the environment. Children lead the learning through their interests, skills, family support and relationships with educators. In 2017 our service was rated as Exceeding National Quality Standards by the Education and Early Childhood Services Registration and Standards Board.