What do children bring to preschool?
A water bottle.
A small library bag (on your child's Wednesday) in order to borrow a book from our library for home reading.
A spare set of underwear and clothes suitable for the weather and seasonal conditions.
Please label children's belongings so we can return lost property.
What do children wear to preschool?
Summer clothing needs to be sun-safe, with back and shoulders covered.
Closed in shoes or sandals help children to climb and run safely. Thongs, slip on or platform shoes are unsuitable for vigorous play at preschool.
Older clothes are a good idea for preschool so children can explore the program without worrying about keeping new clothes from getting dirty or wet.
Please label clothes brought to preschool so lost property can be returned.
What do children eat at preschool?
You can view the Government's guidelines here.
Parents are requested to use these dietary guidelines when choosing foods for preschool meals.
Morning tea & Fruit break: fruit, cheese, carrot sticks, plain savoury biscuits, yoghurt are suitable.
Lunch: sandwich, bread roll, wrap or plain crackers, fruit and drink (water or unflavoured, low-fat milk).
Please prepare food in a way that children can manage independently.