3 Year Old Kindergarten

The children  have had a busy start to term two as they have all been working hard to create a special gift for Mother’s Day. We made lots and lots of little hand prints! All the kindergarten groups had a lovely celebration with their mums at kindergarten during last week. Coming up we will be having the dentist come to visit all the children to talk about caring for your teeth. The dentist will provide each child with a dental check. As the weather becomes colder, please remember to pack a coat and warm hat as we will continue to play outside if it’s not raining. We have even had fun making bouquets out of autumn leaves!

We would like to welcome all our new and returning families to Dallas and Upfield Kindergartens in 2019.  The children have now commenced their 15 hours a week kindergarten program in their respective groups.  The children have settled in well and are starting to learn the kindergarten routine, make friends their peers and build relationships with their educators.  If you have, any concerns please feel free to speak to your child’s educators at any time.  Don’t forget your child’s hat, lunchbox and drink bottle.


Dallas and Upfield Kindergarten are managed by the Northern Schools Early Years Cluster Inc. and are located within the grounds of Dallas Brooks Community Primary School.

In 2013, Dallas and Upfield Kindergarten  moved to  new purpose built facilities within the grounds of Dallas Brooks Community Primary School in King Street, Broadmeadows.

The K – 6 philosophy of Dallas Brooks Community Primary School enables an extended kindergarten/school transition program to occur and allows the kindergarten aged child and their families to become familiar with a school environment very early on in their education journey.

Dallas and Upfield Kindergarten offer both 3 year old and 4 year old kindergarten programs. Currently, each four year old program offers 12 hours of kindergarten per week, whereas the three year old program offers two sessions of kindergarten per week.

In 2013, the kindergarten is on target to offer 15 hours of kindergarten per week.

The kindergarten program is planned and implemented by a qualified Kindergarten Teacher (4 year degree) and a qualified Kindergarten Assistant.

The play based program is developed considering the needs and interest of each child and utilising the Victorian Early Years Learning & Development Framework /National Quality Framework.

The kindergarten staff believe that each child is unique and has a natural motivation to learn. In encouraging their self esteem and confidence the children are able to gain full advantage of the educational program and life beyond.

The kindergarten recognizes that parents need to have an integral role in their child’s kindergarten program.  Parents can participate in their child’s kindergarten program in many ways – volunteering for roster duty, assisting with the borrowing library/translation, special days and festivals.

Parents are welcome at the kindergarten at any time!

Dallas and Upfield Kindergarten are committed to ensuring that their programs are innovative, inclusive and cater for each child’s individual needs.

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