ANNUAL KINDER OPEN DAY!
Save the Date: Saturday, 15 June 2019: 10.30am-12noon
Bring the family along and have a play at our kinder. Talk to the staff and committee of management, explore our fantastic yard and participate in some kinder experiences and activities.
It is a FREE, no need to book, all welcome.
Open Day is for both 3 Year Old Activity Groups and 4 Year Old Kindergarten Programs
Important Dates for your Diary:
Term Dates for 2019:
KINDERGARTEN, ACTIVITY GROUP PROGRAMS AND OFFICE CLOSED FOR:
ANZAC Day – 25 APRIL 2019
Queens Birthday – 10 JUNE 2019
Melbourne Cup – 5 November 2019
2020 Orientations – 4 & 5 December 2019
No Jab, No Play Legislation
The Victorian Government has introduced No Jab, No Play legislation as an amendment to the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008.
All children accessing Seabrook Kindergarten must provide the Kindergarten with a current Immunisation History Statement, proving that immunisations are up-to-date at the point of enrolment. Children can only be enrolled in our service if they are fully immunised for both the 3 year old activity group program and the 4 year old kindergarten program. A Frequently Asked Questions fact sheet about the legislation is attached for your information.
Providing Documentation – Statement of Immunisation History
The best way to prove your child immunisations are up-to-date is by providing a current copy of an Immunisation History Statement for your child from the ACIR. This certificate will need to be provided when you come to the kinder office with your letter of offer to register your child’s place. This offer will only be accepted if the correct documentation is provided and is valid. Parents/carers can get a copy of their child’s Immunisation History Statement:
• through Medicare online accounts or the Express Plus Medicare mobile app
• at a local Medicare service centre
• by requesting a statement be posted to them in the mail:
– phone 1800 653 809 (toll free)
– email firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information on the ‘No Jab, No Play’ legislation is available below: