Places at Appleseed

There are currently no vacancies at Appleseed Childcare. If you would like to join our Waiting List, please complete our Waiting List form or call us on 9869 0555. We do not charge a Waiting List Fee.

Vacancies 

There are currently no vacancies at Appleseed Childcare. If you would like to join our Waiting List, please complete our Waiting List form. We do not charge a Waiting List Fee.

Centre Tours

Please click here to see a virtual tour of our centre.

Tours are held on Tuesday's and Thursday's between 10.00 - 11am by appointment only.  

Please ensure you call and speak to the Centre Director 

 

2023 Enrolments

We will be starting to take enrolments for January 2023 in August, please contact us directly if your child is on our waitlist and you are wanting to confirm a position in 2023.

Enrolment Policy

When considering places for children, our policy is straightforward. Priority is given to children who have a sibling already at Appleseed, and to children who live in the local community.

We also implement Government recommendations to ensure priority of access is given to children at risk of abuse or neglect, children of single parents, and children of couples who both satisfy the Work, Training, Study test.

Enrolments are for a minimum of two days per week. This is recommended for the emotional wellbeing of your child. Two or more days in care provides continuity and allows children to feel a sense of confidence within their carers and their environment.

Enrolment Checklist

Once you have secured a place for your child at Appleseed, you will be given an enrolment pack.

You will also need to provide a copy of:

  • Your child’s Birth Certificate
  • An up-to-date Immunisation History Statement 

We will get you to complete an online enrolment form and a direct debit form.

Upon enrolment, your child will receive a preschool bag, hat, and drink bottle.

Orientation

At enrolment, we’ll also organise an orientation day for you and your child. This is a very important process to get your child used to the idea of attending the centre.

During orientation, children are encouraged to spend as much time as they like exploring the centre, playing with other children and participating in activities, all while in the comforting presence of their parent or parents.

It’s a great idea to talk about the experience with your child at home afterwards.

Your Words

We encourage regular feedback from all of our parents. It helps us quickly identify and fix any areas that may have room for improvement. It’s always nice to hear when we’ve done well too...