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Deadly Kindy is Back!

After weeks of preparation, our Deadly Kindy staff are excited to welcome all the new gundoos and jarjums for 2022!

They’ve been working hard over the break to make sure this year is bigger and better than ever and we’re so excited that the fun can finally begin.

Although saying goodbye at the kindy door may be tough, the excitement of kindy is a great distraction.

From arts and crafts, to story time, yarning circles and outdoor play, Deadly Kindy is full of excitement and activities that will keep your little one’s brains active and developing the whole day.

Each of our Deadly Kindys feature our unique philosophy. This means blending quality early childhood education and care with our existing health and also social services.

Our early intervention service model provides a culturally safe, flexible and play-based environment for children. This encourages them to develop a lifelong love of learning and sets the foundation for reaching their full potential. We are committed to keeping our children connected to culture.

Remember it’s not too late to enrol. If culture is important to you, and having fun is important to your little one, then get in touch with our Outreach Officer Merisha on 3239 5381.


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