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Korin Korin Child & Family Centre

About our centre

Korin Korin Child & Family Centre is a sessional kindergarten that Kids First proudly operates. 

The early childhood education and care service opened 2016 in Wollert, a growth corridor of Whittlesea, Victoria. Our kindergarten program is in partnership with the City of Whittlesea. 

The Centre uniquely applies many best practice elements derived from Kids First specialised and targeted Early Years Education Program. These include enhanced educator training, preschool mental health consults, staff supervision and coaching and integrated support services for families.

The Monash Centre of Health Research and Implementation at Monash University evaluated the implementation of best practice elements at Korin Korin with funding support for the evaluation provided by the National Australia Bank Foundation.  The evaluation report shows that staff at the Centre feel well supported by the training, supervision and coaching provided to them. The support provided to families through the Coffee Club has been successful in building the capacity of parents.

"The training provided to Korin Korin educators is exceptional, unique within the sector, rigorous and purposeful. Educators are enabled to consider their professional practice, improve their responsiveness to vulnerable children and enhance their engagement and ability to connect with families. This includes a deep understanding of Kids First service philosophy and the referral programs available for children and families within Kids First." Korin Korin Educator

Korin Korin Evaluation Report


Centre Details
A: 20 Champions Parade, Wollert
P: 03 9409 1723

Our kindergarten offers

  • 3 year old program
  • 4 year old programs
  • Co-located Family Services

2021 Fees per term

  • 3 year old: $315
  • 4 year old: $425

The Department of Education and Training provides per capita funding as a contribution toward the costs of providing a four-year-old kindergarten program. The centre is required to charge fees to meet all additional costs incurred by the centre in the delivery of a high quality education and care program.

For families with a concession or health care card, children are able to attend a four year old kindergarten program free of charge.

The Department of Education and Training also provides funding to assist eligible three year old Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, and children known to Child Protection or referred to Child FIRST, to access kindergarten programs at no cost.

Timetable for 2021


Four-year old groups: Kangaroo, Kookaburra, Koala, Echidna, Wombat, Emu

Three-year old group: Possums

How to enrol

Four year old kindergarten

Kindergarten enrolments for 4-year-old kindergarten is managed by the City of Whittlesea central enrolment service.

Three year old kindergarten

Kids First is managing three-year old enrolment. 

To register interest for your child, please complete this form and we will be in touch with you.

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Eligibility

  • For four year olds, your child must turn 4 by April 30 in the year of attendance. If your child was born between January and April you can choose which year to enrol your child, including the year the child is eligible or the year after
  • For three year olds, children must turn 3 by 30 April in the year they commence, however a parent will be required to stay with the child until they turn three years old.