Summerhill Park Kindergarten has been an integral part of the local community for more than 60 years. The knowledge gained over this time, along with our committed and caring teachers, ensures we provide children with an enjoyable and educational kindergarten program.
Our tranquil parkland setting with playground, and close proximity to local schools and cafes, offer families opportunities to interact and get to know each other. A range of fundraising events and social gatherings are also organised throughout the year so your whole family can become part of our kindergarten community.
At Summerhill Park Kindergarten, we aim to equip children with the necessary tools to grow into confident learners and communicators. This is achieved by developing their senses of identity, community and wellbeing.
The key to the success of our program is that it is supported and delivered by our qualified teachers, who take genuine pride and interest in each individual child. Communication is very open and children and parents alike can feel confident and comfortable approaching any of our staff.
Summerhill Park Kindergarten acknowledges the people of the Kulin Nations, the traditional owners of the land on which our kindergarten is situated and pays respects to their elders both past and present.
Summerhill Park Kindergarten aspires to provide high quality, play based kindergarten programs for all preschool aged children in a safe, happy and stimulating environment with each child able to express their individuality, and develop to their full potential.
Summerhill Park Kindergarten is committed to welcoming and celebrating the unique perspectives that each child and family brings to our community and working collaboratively with families towards achieving individual goals for their children.
At Summerhill Park Kindergarten we are committed to providing a sustainable learning environment for your children.
Over the years we have introduced many sustainability measures and activities to our kinder program to help us reduce our environmental footprint and teach future generations about sustainability.