Ormond Community Kindergarten

"help your child build their future"

Ormond Kindergarten playground

Committee of Management

Like many kindergartens, Ormond Community Kindergarten is an incorporated body and is operated by a Committee of Management. The Committee comprises of parents who work on a volunteer basis to manage the day to day running of the kindergarten. Being involved in the Committee is a greatly rewarding experience and cements the community feel of the Kindergarten. Please consider getting involved and having some influence in your child’s early childhood education and experiences. The Committee is elected each year at the Annual General Meeting (AGM), which is held in February.

Ormond Kindergarten garden

Duty Rosters

Parents are asked to help by participating in duty rosters, laundry and working bees. Parents and/or family members are rostered to spend the whole session with us when on duty. In order to keep fees to a minimum, parents will be asked to perform various duties during the session, including preparing snacks for the children.

This is an ideal opportunity to see how the children spend their time at the kindergarten and to be involved in some of their experiences. Parents who are unable to participate in the duty roster are asked to contribute $50.00 each term instead.

Laundry will be sent home at the end of each week. Please ensure that it returns to the kindergarten with you child on Monday (Red and Blue groups) and Tuesday (Green group). You will have the laundry 2 or 3 times a year.

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Working Bees

Families are asked to participate in keeping our grounds, buildings and equipment tidy and neat. Working bees will take place once a term, for the first 3 terms, as advised by the Ormond Kindergarten's Working Bee Co-ordinator.

For those who attend a working bee there will be an attendance form to sign and indicate your child’s group as you leave. It is important you complete the form, as attendance will result in the refund of your $100.00 deposit, which was paid at the time your child’s enrolment was confirmed. Attending the Bunnings BBQ (if we are lucky enough to obtain a spot) and canvassing for Auction Night are also considered as working bee duties.

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