KindiLink is a play-and-learn initiative for Aboriginal three year old children who attend with a parent/carer.
KindiLink is provided in 38 public schools. It is a play-and-learn initiative for three year old Aboriginal children in the year before they start Kindergarten. Children attend with a parent/carer for six hours a week. KindiLink offers high quality play-and-learn sessions for children and their parent/carer at the participating schools, at no cost to families. Families are supported by a teacher and assistant to be actively involved in the activities with their children.
Where there is room in the program, younger members of the family may also attend with the three year old child. Children and families from outside a KindiLink school’s catchment area are welcome to participate in KindiLink. Where room also exists, and with support from attending families and the local community, non-Aboriginal children and parent/carers may be invited to participate.
Families can sign up for KindiLink at their local KindiLink school anytime in the year.
Broome Primary School
Roebourne District High School
Carnarvon Community College
Boulder Primary School
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Lockridge Primary School
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Bentley Primary School
Avonvale Primary School (Northam)
Amaroo Primary School (Collie)
Universal Access to Kindergarten
A year of part-time (15 hours a week) Kindergarten is available at your local public school or Community Kindergarten. Sessions may be half day or full day depending on the school. Find a your local public school.