Flagstaff Oval Kindergarten

Welcome to Flagstaff Oval Kindergarten

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Flagstaff Oval Kindergarten was purpose built in 1985 and is situated in a large shaded bush setting. We provide a stimulating learning environment for young children based on developing life skills, competencies and positive learning dispositions.

Our curriculum aims to develop learning outcomes in:

We use the Early Years Learning Framework to underpin our learning and curriculum programming.

We encourage children to be optimistic, creative thinkers and social learners who are empowered to direct and evaluate their own learning. We believe that children learn best through play, and that learning is enhanced when parents and staff work together.

Staff, parents and the Governing council work together to maintain and develop the curriculum and facilities at our site. Regular opportunities are provided for everyone to have input in many different ways into the life of our Kindergarten.

The Kindergarten has an inclusive Speech and Language Program (SLP) for seven children with communication difficulties. This is staffed by a Speech Pathologist and a Speech & Language teacher.


  • Our Compost Bin
  • The Lawn area at the Kindy
  • Our Outdoor Play Area
  • Our Outdoor Play Area
  • The Sandpit Area
  • A Koala visited our Kindy
  • Parrots feeding at the Kindy
  • A Possum popped in for a visit
  • Our Butterfly Garden
  • Our Outdoor Play Area
  • Our Sandpit and Water Course
  • Our Vegetable Gardens
  • Verandah Area
  • Undercover Verandah Area
  • Flagstaff Oval Kindergarten
  • Our Outdoor Play Area
  • Our Outdoor Play Area
  • Our Outdoor Play Area

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Contact Information

A/Director: Meegan Barron
Phone: (08) 8270 5135
Fax: (08) 8270 6109
Address: York Drive
Region: Southern Adelaide
E-mail: dl.3630.leaders@schools.sa.edu.au

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Session Times

Flagstaff Oval Kindergarten offers a Universal Access Program effective from 23rd April 2012. This entitles children to up to 15 hours of pre-school per week. This is configured as follows:

Group A: Mondays and Wednesdays full day 8.45am to 3.30pm and alternate Friday mornings 8.45am to 11.45am.

Group B: Tuesdays and Thursdays full day 8.45am to 3.30pm and alternate Friday mornings 8.45am to 11.45 am.

Children in the Speech and Language Program attend as per Group B.

Arrangements for alternative sessional attendance may be negotiated with the Director. E.g Patterns of attendance other than Groups A & B.


Children who attend full days bring their lunch from home and children’s lunch time care is supervised by the staff team at all times.

Please refer to our Healthy Eating Policy.

Lunchcare is included within the Termly Fees.

Currently our transition programme is under review due to changes in DECD policies with Same First Day Start.

Full-day Sessions: 8:45am – 3:30pm, Monday to Thursday
Friday Sessions: 8:45am - 11:45am

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Parent Information

Department for Education and Child Development (DECD) support services are available for families and children through our centre. Support services include Speech Pathology, Psychology, Social Worker, Special Educator, Pre-school Support and Bi-lingual support.

Early entry is also available for children who meet departmental guidelines.

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Download File Size File Type
Parent Information Booklet 142 KB Adobe PDF
Preliminary Enrolment Form 32 KB Adobe PDF
What to Bring to Kindy!? 33 KB Adobe PDF

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Policies & Procedures

Our kindergarten policies are regularly updated. Please follow links below to access the:

For further information about any other practices at our centre please contact us with your query.


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Download File Size File Type
Assessment & Reporting Policy 27 KB Adobe PDF
Behaviour Policy 31 KB Adobe PDF
Fire Protection Policy 69 KB Adobe PDF
Health Food Supply & Nutrition Policy 84 KB Adobe PDF
Skin Protection Policy 83 KB Adobe PDF

For more information regarding policies, please visit the DECD Policies and Procedures webpage for Early Childhood Services.

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Programs & Events

Special Programs:

Our kindergarten includes a number of special programs including "You can do it" Education and a Speech and Language Program.

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Download File Size File Type
Special Programs - SLP 30 KB Adobe PDF
Special Programs - "You can do it" 30 KB Adobe PDF

Regular Events:

We participate in and celebrate many events through the year, bringing together our Kindy community, local community and global community. Some of these include…

Clean Up Australia, Termly Walk and Talk Program, Family Fun Days, excursions and incursions, parent information sessions, Blackwood Christmas Pageant, enterprise projects through which children raise money for others e.g. constructing wells in Cambodia, Dolphin sponsorship, Minton Farm animal rescue shelter, Operation Christmas child and so on. We teach children that they can make a difference to the future as well, as develop community spirit and a sense of belonging.

We also support a Year 6 Community Service project, Year 10 Work Experience students, University students studying Early Childhood Education and volunteers.

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Playgroup Information

A staff run playgroup operates one session per week on a Friday from 12.00 until 1.30pm during school terms. This is for parents and children under 5 years of age. All welcome.

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Occasional Care

We offer emergency care as required. A fee is payable for this service.

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Planning & Reporting

The Context Statement provides detailed information about our preschool.

Download File Size File Type
Context Statement (2015) 33 KB Adobe PDF
2013 Annual Report 740 KB Adobe PDF
Quality Improvement Plan (2015) 53 KB Adobe PDF
Notice of Rating Certificate (2015) 108 KB Adobe PDF

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Feedback and complaints

Let us know if you have feedback or a complaint, or if you want to give us a compliment. Feedback is valuable as it helps us shape our services to meet your needs.

Our parent guide to raising a concern or complaint (Adobe PDF 478KB)

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