Welcome to Clarence Park Community Kindergarten

We provide a quality early childhood environment for the education and care of young children. We aim to foster an enthusiasm for learning and to support the wellbeing of each individual child through a holistic educational approach.

Our staff are committed professionals working in partnership with families to deliver a play based child-centred curriculum. The program supports the needs and values of the children, their parents and the community.

Clarence Park Community Kindergarten is located approximately 5 kms from Adelaide CBD. We are nestled in a quiet suburban area, in close proximity to the Clarence Park railway station and to Clarence Park Community Centre. We are a government funded, full time Kindergarten through the Department for Education and Child Development (DECD).

At Clarence Park Community Kindergarten we plan and implement a stimulating and dynamic learning program for children a year before they start school. Our program is developed around a play based curriculum, children’s interests and needs and is underpinned by the National Early Years Learning Framework: Belonging, Being and Becoming.

Staff work in close partnerships with families to ensure children’s transition into Kindergarten is a smooth one.

Please ring to make an appointment time if you would like to visit or enrol your child.

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Contact us

Director: Ms Rita MacFarlane

Site phone: (08) 8293 5652
Site email: dl.4617.leaders@schools.sa.edu.au
Site fax: (08) 8371 4958
Street address: 5 Parker Terrace, Clarence Park SA 5034

Postal address: 5 Parker Terrace, Clarence Park SA 5034

Partnership: Greenhill South

For enrolment enquiries contact: pam.buttfield84@schools.sa.edu.au

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Clarence Park Community Kindergarten

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