Enrolments

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2020 Kindergarten Enrolments Open 5 August 2019

Enrolments for Gannawarra Shire Council’s four kindergartens for 2020 are now open.

Parents and guardians of children who are turning four years of age before 30 April 2020 are encouraged to contact the Gannawarra Shire Children’s Centre to obtain an enrolment pack.

Council manages and offers kindergarten education at facilities located at Cohuna, Kerang, Koondrook and Leitchville.

Enrolment packs must be returned to the Gannawarra Shire Children’s Centre in Kerang before round one applications close at 5pm on Friday, 13 September 2019.

To prepare, parents and guardians need a number of documents ready. These include your child’s current immunisation history statement, any applicable court orders and, if applicable, a signed Medical Action Plan from your child’s doctor.

To obtain an enrolment pack, visit the Gannawarra Shire Children’s Centre, located at 2 Murray Street, Kerang, or phone (03) 5452 1357.

  

Fees and Financial Assistance

2019 Operating Fees

Long Day Care

 

Full Day

$88.40 per day

Casual

$12.68 per hour (minimum 2 hours)

Late Fees (apply after 6pm)

$20 for the first 15 minutes or part thereof.  $25 for each additional 15 minutes or part thereof

 

Kindergarten

 

 

4 Year Old - Gannawarra Shire Children's Centre

$41.40 per week

2020 Fees

Kindergarten - Gannawarra Shire Children's Centre, Kerang

$43.10 per week

4 Year Old - Cohuna, Koondrook & Leitchville

$954.00 per year

4 year old Kindergarten

Cohuna, Koondrook and Leitchville 

$1,050 per year

3 Year Old Program - Cohuna & Koondrook & Leitchville (3 hours)

$676.00 per year

3 year old Kindergarten

Cohuna, Koondrook and Leitchville (3hrs/week) 

$720 per year

Fees are set to allow the service to meet all operating expenses and remain payable even when your child is absent through illness or for any other reason.

Financial Assistance

What is the Child Care Subsidy (CCS)?

From 2 July 2018, there will be a new child care package. The package includes a new Child Care Subsidy, which replaces the old child care benefit and rebate. It will be paid directly to services, and will make child care more affordable for most families.

How does it work?

Three things will determine a family level of CCS:

1. Combined Family Income

2. Activity Level of Parents

3. Type of Child Care Service

 

For more information, go to www.education.gov.au/childcare