Enrolment, fees and administration 2022
In 2022 a $55.50 deposit is required to secure your child’s position at Borilla Kindergarten. This is made up of a $50.00 enrolment fee and a $5.50 membership fee. These fees will be forfeited if your child does not attend Borilla. Please note the $50.00 enrolment fee is not applicable to families of children with Health Care Cards or families who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and/or Australian South Sea Islander.
Enrolment of Twins
The first twin is charged at full fees. The second twin is given a 10% fee discount.
Parents are required to give ‘four weeks’ notice in writing to the director or administration if it is their intention to leave the centre.
Payment of kindergarten fees
Fees must be paid in full each term to ensure continuing enrolment to the next term.
The accounts will be issued at the beginning of each term with a due date so that families can budget accordingly. Term 4 fees will be sent out at the end of Term 3 to ensure all term 4 fees are paid prior to the end of the year. Fee payments are required within the stated time frame. Failure to make fee payments in accordance with the due dates could result in loss of your child’s place in the centre.
Whilst a term account may seem a considerable amount, if fees are calculated on an hourly basis, as in child care centres, family day care or other child care situations, it will be seen that kindergarten fees are the cheapest of all types of care and have the most qualified staff to provide a stimulating and educational program for your child. If you are the holder of a Health Care Card a further discount applies.
When calculating fees the budget is taken into account. By working to a budget the kindergarten is able to provide a quality educational setting which is able to purchase new equipment for your child as well as meet the day to day running costs of the kindergarten.
Groups & Fees 2021
Kindy Fees are set by the Committee at the end of each year prior to the new year starting. Fees for 2022 are yet to be set by the Kindergarten committee. Please use the 2021 fees as a guide for budgeting for 2022.
|Yellow||Monday, Tuesday & Wednesdays every week||9.00am-2.30pm||Unit 1||$33.00/Day|
|Purple||Thursday & Friday every week||8.00am-3.30pm||Unit 1||$45.00/Day|
|Orange||Monday, Tuesday & alternating Wednesdays||8.30am-2.45pm||Unit 2||$37.50/Day|
|Blue||Thursday, Friday & alternating Wednesday||8.30am-2.45pm||Unit 2||$37.50/Day|
|Red||Monday & Tuesday every week||8.00am-3.30pm||Unit 3||$45.00/Day|
|Green||Wednesday, Thursday, Friday every week||9.00am-2.30pm||Unit 3||$33.00/Day|
Health Care Cards
Health Care Card holders are eligible for the Health Care Card subsidy. This equates to a full rebate of fees.
If your child has a current health care card, you need to see the Administration Assistant as a copy will be required.
Families will be also be eligible for rebates if they have identified as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and/or Australian South Sea Islander descent on the Enrolment Booklet.
Before & After Kindy Care
Before and After Kindergarten Care (BAKC) is a service run to extend the normal kindergarten hours and is complementary to the kindergarten program. It is licensed and governed by the same national laws, regulations and kindergarten philosophy and policies.
This service is to be used only for the days your child attends the kindergarten.
This will be available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays from 7.00am to 5.30pm.
|Kindy fees/day||BAKC fees/day||BAKC fees/AM only||BAKC fees/PM only|
We have very limited vacancies for 2021. Positions for 2022 are still available. Please Contact Us.
To register your interest for our waiting list for 2023 and onwards please fill out a Waiting List Form.