Learning K-6 » Junior School (K-6) » Kindergarten


The early years of a child’s education are vital and CCGS Kindergarten offers the best start possible, building strong foundations to ensure sound academic and social development.  Hear from parents and teachers about how we welcome your family into ours.

Enrolment information

In general, children should have turned 5 by March 31 of their Kindergarten year. Following an enrolment interview in Term 2 of the preceding year, Entrance Fees become due to confirm enrolment.  More enrolment information.

Outside School Hours Care

CCGS offers onsite before school care, after school care and vacation care through our partner, Lighthouse. Find out more information about our outside school hours care service

Seamless transition to school

Our 5 step orientation program of school visits and in-class experiences, plus one on one Best Start assessment and parent debrief, ensure your child gets off to a flying start.  Half days for the first week and a half settle children in gently, with the Junior School Wellbeing Coordinator on hand to look after children and families during transition.  Parents receive a video record of their child’s precious early days in Kindergarten and can get involved through welcoming social events and our Parents as Partners program.

Our extensive Kindergarten Orientation program commences in October each year and provides your child with numerous opportunities to familiarise themselves with the Infants area and meet the Infants teachers prior to starting ‘big school’.

The children enjoy meeting their future classmates and the parents also have the opportunity to meet families starting Kindergarten at CCGS for the following year.

A well-resourced world of opportunity

  • Learning

    Intensive focus on best practise in teaching the fundamentals of literacy and numeracy is complimented by a rich curriculum taught by specialist teachers across Art, Languages, Music and PDHealthPE

  • Facilities

    Our 3 Kindergarten classes enjoy a spacious and secure Infants (K-2) area, with dedicated learning and play spaces, and share extensive sporting and specialist learning facilities K-12. Explore the K-2 area in our virtual tour.

  • Experiences

    House families, Infants Choir and inter-House Swimming, Athletics and Public Speaking competitions expand the world of Kindergarten students. Other exciting experiences include K-2 Camp, the Easter Hat Parade, Grandparents Day and Fairytale Day, to name a few.  After school Drama lessons become available in Year 1 and the full complement of cocurricular opportunities are available by Year 3. 

Find out more

If you'd like to learn more about Kindergarten at CCGS, visit us and see it in action

View Learning K-6 for key points about learning in the Junior School

Interested in enrolling in Kindergarten?  contact our registrar