Hand in Hand - Families, School and Community

 

 

Singleton Heights Pre-School is a non-profit community based centre, located in Dorsman Drive, Singleton Heights, opposite the Singleton Heights Public school.

Singleton Heights Pre-School
16 Dorsman Drive
Singleton Heights  NSW  2330
Ph:02 65731733
E-mail:admin@singletonheightspreschool.com.au

Term 1 Dates 2019

Wednesday 30th January - First Day of Term 1

Friday 12th April               - Last of of Term 1

 

Our Latest Successful Grants

Dept of Education

Quality Learning Environments for Flooring

BHP for Room 4 Furniture

Dept Of Infrastructure Joel Fitzgibbon

for playground upgrades

Hunter Valley Operations  for

Physical Acknowledgement of Country

 

 

Singleton Heights Pre-School

The pre-school has three classrooms, providing education and care for 60 children per day, aged 3 - 6 years of age. We are committed to the education and development of all children, including those with additional needs, individual health needs and from diverse cultural backgrounds.

The pre-school is open between 8.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday, with children attending between 8.30am and 4.00pm, during school terms.

Fees are currently $27.00 per day, with cheaper fees available for families who have a low income health care card or who have Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander heritage.

The centre is committed to providing a service and level of education which is of high quality and in accordance with the National Quality Framework of Australia. This ensures the quality of:

  • educational program and practice
  • children’s health and safety
  • the physical environment
  • staffing arrangements
  • the collaborative partnerships with families and community
  • leadership, and
  • service management.

We are a “SunSmart" Centre.

The centre maintains links to the local community and outlying areas through visits from local community groups and excursions to places of interest. A partnership with Glencore Ravensworth Open Cut Mine has the children engaged in caring for seedlings the service grows for the mine to use in its rehabilitation program.

 

Our current assessment through the Department of Education and Communities rates our centre as “Exceeding” the National Quality Standards.

We would like to acknowledge the Wonnarua people the traditional custodians of this land. We would also like to pay our respects to the Elders both past and present. We would like to extend that respect to all Aboriginal people.