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Waitlist and Enrolment Process


Enrolment Procedure

and Orientation

Our Centre is currently at full capacity and we do have a waiting list in place for all new enrolments. Yearly enrolments for January intake begin in August/September each year. Places are allocated first to children already enrolled and their siblings. Positions are then allocated to children in order of their position on the waiting list. We do take enrolment intakes throughout the year however gaining a position does depend on availability. You can contact us directly via phone, email or a visit to our Centre for wait listing applications. We invite families to visit us at any time convenient to themselves, an appointment for a tour is not necessary.


Families are encouraged to visit our Centre with their children prior to their child’s first day. We encourage 1 -2 orientation plays. Families and children are welcome to visit our Centre prior to commencement as many times as they feel necessary in order to ensure a smooth and positive transition to Oakville Preschool Learning Centre. Orientation visits are a great opportunity for children and families to become familiar with our environment and educators. Parents must stay with their child during these visits.


Please contact us to discuss enrolment for your child, we will be happy to assist with all of your queries and to provide you with further information about our Centre.

For more information call

45 736553


  • What makes us different?
    We are a privately owned service, owned and operated by a young family whom live in the local area. We have high staff retention and employ additional staff then required in the regulations and additional trained staff then required in the regulations. We are set on a beautiful rural spacious block surrounded by real grass and real trees. Our healthy staffing arrangements enable us to build strong and positive relationships with each child and family. Each relationship is special and individual, and every interaction is about quality. We are passionate about community connections and giving back to those in need. We hold a range of charity events throughout the year and give our families lots of opportunities to be involved in their child’s journey at Oakville Preschool. Our staffing arrangements support our passion for ongoing family and community partnerships. Our onsite farm and dedication to our Humane Therapy and sustainability program are unique to our Service. The children, families, educators and community are all involved in raising and caring for our animals. We hold a native wildlife licence and are advocates for animal welfare and adopt and help animals whom are injured or in harm. Over the last 12 months we have saved and raised 3 baby Joeys, 2 Calves and a baby Lamb. Our community garden and reconciliation garden is a beautiful space for our children to explore. Our sustainable approach and commitment to making our world a better place is evident when you enter our Service. Our worm farm, compost, onsite farm, community garden and appreciation for nature are just some things we embed into our Service daily. We celebrate environmental awareness days and embrace projects that will encourage others to make healthy decisions regarding our environment and world. We teach a second language and our award-winning Prep program is commended by local Schools. We have a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and our commemorative reconciliation garden is respected by all. We commence each day with the Acknowledgement to Country and have a dep respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. We have won many local, state and national awards over the many years we have been in operation. We are about community and people and believe that our collaborative approach to having a positive impact on the lives of others will benefit our children and community.
  • What rating has the Centre been given against the National Quality Standards?
    We are proud to say that in July 2019 we were rated as EXCEEDING the National Quality Standards. We have always held a rating of high quality and Exceeding. Our unique and quality approach to the early childhood education and care industry and our Centre has contributed to our success. Our passion to continually reflect, change and grow sees our Centre evolve and lead the way of the industry.
  • Is the Centre registered for government fee relief?
    Yes, we are registered for the Child Care Subsidy. The Child Care Subsidy (CCS) is the main way the Government assists families with their childcare fees. Upon enrolment families will be issued with an enrolment information pack which will include a step by step guide on how to secure your child’s enrolment and how to apply for the childcare subsidy. Families need to complete a Child Care Subsidy claim fo reach child and this can be processed through each families My Gov account.
  • How do we communicate with families?
    Communication and healthy relationships between families and educators is a high priority at Oakville Preschool Learning Centre. We appreciate the importance of providing our families with quality feedback and having clear and good communication in all aspects of our service. Our healthy and consistent staffing arrangements allow us to build strong and positive relationships with all families. We understand that each family’s needs are different therefore we offer a range of ways for our families to keep connected. Verbal communication face to face is our preferred method of communication, we love chatting to our families and providing them with feedback on their child. We also offer communication via email, phone, our childcarers app which hosts each child’s learning journey and program, daily updates (these are emailed each day your child is in attendance), newsletters, calendar of events, parent pockets and via our facebook page. Each room has their own email address therefore in addition to the daily update educators will send photos of your child whilst in our care.
  • Did you know we have a Statement of Commitment to Child Safety and are proud advocates for Children's rights?
    Oakville Preschool Learning Centre is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. Commitment To Our children: We are committed to the safety, participation and empowerment of all children; it is fundamental to their ability to learn and develop. We involve the children when making decisions, especially about matters that directly affect them. We support and respect all children and uphold their rights to always feel and be safe. We will advocate for children and young people to be involved in decisions affecting their care. Oakville Preschool Learning Centre has zero tolerance of child abuse, and all allegations and safety concerns will be treated seriously and consistently with our policies and procedures. Every person involved at Oakville preschool Learning Centre has a responsibility to understand the important and specific role they play to ensure that the wellbeing and safety of children and young people is at the forefront of every decision they make. It is our duty of care to contact authorities when we are worried about a child’s safety, which we follow rigorously. · Oakville Preschool Learning Centre is committed to preventing child abuse and identifying risks early and removing and reducing these risks. · Oakville Preschool Learning Centre is committed to regularly training and educating our educators on child abuse risks. · We are committed to the cultural safety of Aboriginal children, the cultural safety of children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe environment for children with a disability.
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