Welcome to the Jack and Jill Kindergarten – Hornsby
Jack and Jill is a non-profit community-based preschool servicing Hornsby and surrounding suburbs for children aged three to five years of age. At Jack and Jill we provide a caring and educational preschool program. Your child’s wellbeing and happiness is our top priority.
NOW TAKING WAITING LIST APPLICATIONS FOR 2021
Waiting list applications are taken from 2 years. We do take emergency waiting list applications for children going to school next year as well as our normal waiting list applications. Placements may come up during the year, and will be offered as per our priority of access guidelines.
We are now able to offer visitors tours of our preschool, with some safety measures and limitations during COVID-19. Please phone us on 9477 3572 to arrange a tour on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday morning.
See our downloads section for an application form, call 9477 3572 to speak to our Office Administrator during office hours (Mon, Wed & Fri 8.30 to 12.30pm), or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may scan and email your wait list form to email@example.com and be sure to pay the waitlist fee of $30.00 via bank deposit as outlined on our waitlist application form.
Our preschool welcomes children to attend from 3 years old to 5 years old, prior to starting Primary School.
1. Children eligible for school next year, low-income families and children from Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander background
2. Families where English is child's second language, additional needs children (placements limited)
3. All other children.
Start Strong aims to improve affordability of early childhood education and increase the number of children participating for 600 hours in a quality early childhood education program in the year before school. In keeping with this objective it is a condition of enrolment at The Jack and Jill Kindergarten that children not be enrolled in another community based preschool (start strong funded). We understand that families may require additional days of care and suggest they use Long Day Care centres that receive Child Care Subsidy (CCS) as this does not then deny other families an opportunity to send children to our