Kindergartens are open and free for Term 2

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April 9, 2020

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Following advice from the Victorian Government, all Uniting kindergartens will open after the Easter break.

Given the current social distancing requirements, our kindergarten teachers have modified routines to minimise the risk of exposure to all children and have increased hygiene protocols at every service.

The Victorian Government has also announced it will provide free kindergarten for Term 2. This means any 4-year-old child (or 3-year-old with DET funded enrolment) attending a Uniting kindergarten will be able to attend at no cost to the family.

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