Kool Kidz is coming to Clyde North in 2024
Kool Kidz Clyde North will be an early learning, Kindergarten and childcare service located on Berwick-Cranbourne Road Clyde North with lots of play areas for babies to Kindergarten children to develop and grow. Inside our architecturally designed, age-appropriate classrooms, your child will find an extensive selection of entertaining and educational books and toys.
Our Kool Beginnings Curriculum will deliver an educational care program to nurture children from 6 weeks right up until they move on to primary school. We will even have a dedicated kitchen and chef that will make sure growing bodies are well fuelled to develop and explore. Express your interest in Kool Kidz Clyde North and stay up to date with service developments and enrolment details.
Express your interest in Kool Kidz Clyde North today!
Express your interest in Kool Kidz Clyde North
Express your interest in Kool Kidz Clyde North
Frequently Asked Questions
Kool Kidz Clyde North, located in south-east of Victoria is currently being built with an expected opening date of late 2023 or early 2024.
Kool Kidz Clyde North like all our other Kool Kidz services in Melbourne will operate all year round from 6:30am to 6:30pm Monday to Friday. The childcare centre will only be closed on public holidays.
We are currently only accepting expressions of interest for Kool Kidz Clyde North. As the opening date approaches, we will contact families who have registered their interest with us and provide an enrolment kit.
Kool Kidz Clyde North will offer childcare and early learning services for babies from 6 months old and school ready programs for Kindergarten children up to 6 years old.
Kool Kidz services support the inclusion of all children to participate in the programs that we offer.
If you choose to enrol your child in our 3 & 4 year old Kindergarten program at Kool Kidz Clyde North, you will be entitled to up to $2,000 per child from the Victorian Government.
The daily fee for our Clyde North location is yet to be determined and will be confirmed as we approach the opening date. Our daily fee will encompass all-inclusive services such as meals, nappies (if needed), as well as exciting incursions and excursions.
This is processed through Centrelink – you can apply online or over the phone.
The Child Care Subsidy (CCS) works on a sliding scale system, meaning that the more income your household generates, the less help you will receive from the CCS. Conversely, the less income that your household generates, the more benefits you are entitled to from the CCS. Contact your Kool Kidz service manager/ operator to determine how much of your child’s fees will be covered by CCS.
We will schedule an Open Day for the Clyde North childcare service closer to the opening date. To stay informed about our opening day, please register your details with us. If you are unable to attend the Open Day at Kool Kidz Clyde North, you can still book a tour once the service officially begins operations.
Kool Kidz Clyde North will provide above ratio staff to ensure each child receives the ultimate in care and early learning.
Kool Kidz Childcare offers a child-safe environment. Our service will have state-of-the-art finger or face recognition scanning facilities and our above staff ratio ensures the safety of your children while they are in our care.
Kool Kidz has a roster of experienced and passionate staff who are well equipped and experienced in settling children; our team always acts first with kindness and compassion. For an unwell child, Kool Kidz has stringent policies in place to protect both the unwell child and the other children and educators in the service. Kool Kidz also has an orientation program to assist with settling children into the new environment; parents will have the opportunity to help settle their children into care during orientation and help their child foster a bond with their educator.
ACECQA (Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority) The National Quality Framework is Australia’s system for regulating early learning and school-age care, including legislation and national quality standards, sector profiles and data, and learning framework.
Cognitive development in early learning is best defined as how children think, explore and work things out. It is the development of knowledge, skills, problem solving and dispositions, which help children to think about and understand the world around them. Our team uses play to help the children learn new skills as this is a technique shown to work well with young children.
There are many ways to help develop communications skills. If you’re worried about your child’s development, a chat with your educator is a great start. We would also encourage any worried parent to consult with their chosen medical professions (GPO/Paediatrician etc.)
Reading and chatting with your child is a great way to foster learning of language and comprehension. Playing games focused on language use is also a fun way to grow these skills.
We are an equal opportunity employer, meaning we encourage educators of all ages, gender and ethnicities to be part of our team. We use incursion days as a chance to educate our children about different cultures and continually foster an attitude of respect and kindness for all in our centres.
Our centre foster learning through play which means the children are kept active every day. We also have outdoor play ears in every centre, ensuring that our kids have a chance to run and play every day.
We encourage our kids to bond with their educators and their playmates, so they feel like our centre is an extension of their home every day.
Play-based learning offers children a fun way to discover their interests, abilities and limitations. It encourages imagination, investigation and exploration. It also provides them with a way to learn about social interactions and boundaries safely and in a fun way. By linking learning to play, we are helping foster a life long love of learning through positive associations.