Glen Education participate in a Central Registration Scheme for sessional First Year (Three Year Old) and Second Year (Four Year Old) kindergarten programs. The Scheme is administered by local Councils on behalf of all sessional kindergartens operated by Glen Education.
Glen Education kindergartens offer a variety of sessional programs that vary in the length and the number of days your child may attend. The session times can be viewed on our Timetable 2023 page
To enrol at a Glen Education kindergarten families must first submit a registration through the relevant Council’s Central Registration Scheme. To submit an application, and learn WHEN and HOW to apply for a Glen Education kindergarten place, please visit the Council’s website your preferred kindergarten is located in.
Bayside City Council Enrolments
City of Kingston Enrolments
City of Monash Enrolments
Glen Eira City Council Enrolments
City of Stonnington Enrolments
Kindergartens Managed by Glen Education:
Glen Education Bentleigh Kindergarten
Glen Education Bentleigh East Kindergarten
Glen Education Brady Road Kindergarten
Glen Education Carnegie Kindergarten
Glen Education Caulfield Primary Kindergarten
Glen Education Caulfield South Kindergarten
Glen Education Centre Road Kindergarten
Glen Education Glover Street Kindergarten
Glen Education McKinnon Kindergarten
Glen Education Murrumbeena Kindergarten
Glen Education Orrong Road Kindergarten
Glen Education St Patrick’s Kindergarten
To be eligible for funded Second Year (4 Year Old) kindergarten, your child must be 4 years of age or older by 30 April. A child may start four-year-old kindergarten at the commencement of the kindergarten year even if they have not yet turned four.
The Victorian State Government Policy states that a child is entitled to ONE funded year only of Second Year (4 Year Old) Kindergarten. When applying for kindergarten, parents need to carefully consider the age of their child and whether he/she will be ready for the demands of kindergarten.
Families with children born between 1 January and 30 April have a choice about whether their child will commence school in the year they turn five or the following year, and therefore whether they commence 4 year old kindergarten in the year they turn four or the year they turn five.
A second year of funded Four Year Old Kindergarten will only be considered when a child shows delays in learning and development outcome areas in the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework, and when:
- the kindergarten program is deemed to be the most appropriate learning program
- the child will achieve better outcomes at kindergarten than if they go to school.
You can view more information on eligibility for a second year of funded Second Year (4 Year Old) Kindergarten HERE
We advise families to enrol their child into Second Year (4 Year Old) kindergarten the year prior to starting school, so the transition between both learning environments can be as smooth as possible.
For further advice and information regarding the right time to start kindergarten, please visit our FAQ page