Group 1A: Monday - Tuesday, 8:30am - 4:12pm
Group 1B: alternate Wednesdays, Thursday, Friday, 8:30am - 2:38pm
Group 2A: Monday, Tuesday, alternate Wednesdays, 8:30am - 2:38pm
Group 2B: alternate Wednesdays, Thursday, Friday, 8:30am - 2:38pm
Welcome to C&K Seven Hills Community Kindergarten.
We offer quality education and care for pre-prep children. We are a dedicated kindergarten that offer a structured program, while allowing time for play.
We are located on Seven Hills State School grounds, tucked in a natural bush setting near the school oval, behind the tennis courts. We have a close relationship with the school and take part in many of their school events including sports days and under 8's day. Together with Seven Hills State School, we provide a transition to school program throughout term 4 with regular visits to the school to spend time with the prep students and explore the library.
Queensland Government Approved Program
We offer a unique kindergarten program based on our own internationally-recognised teaching guidelines - ‘Building waterfalls’. Our government approved program is centred around a living and learning community that values children as competent and capable individuals. This play-based curriculum helps children to socialise, build confidence, develop communication and early literacy and numeracy skills to ensure your child is school ready.
No two days are the same at C&K Seven Hills Community Kindergarten. Our teaching team tailor each day’s learning taking into account the interests of the children in the group. The spacious environment at our kindy is thoughtfully planned and well resourced. There is a focus on music, drama, literature and visual arts and time spent discovering the natural environment outdoors.
Community spirit is important to us at C&K Seven Hills Community Kindergarten. We foster our strong ties to the local community by encouraging parent input and involvement in the daily operations of the kindergarten and programming decisions. We often hold and partake in community events and love connecting with local businesses and groups around us. Throughout the year, the children learn about our traditional ancestors and Indigenous perspectives through appreciation and respect for the land. They engage in many outdoor learning opportunities such as sustainability, gardening and growing and process art experiences.