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A kindergarten that provides a secure and safe environment for children.

Contact details

Address: 16 Glass Street
Kew East 3102 

Phone: 9859 6049

Email: [email protected]


Visit the kindergarten: Visit Open days for kindergartens for information about the annual open day in May, or contact the kindergarten to arrange a time to visit.

About Glass Street Kindergarten

Glass Street strives to create a sense of community across all of their programs and responds to children's interests, needs and developmental levels.

Their experienced educators work collaboratively to provide programs and the indoor environment is a warm and comforting space with a homely feel. 

The outdoor learning environment is a large natural space with a bush oasis, vegetable and herb garden and worm farm which support and extend the children's understanding of sustainable practices.

Learn more about the centre's staff, programs, facilities and philosophies on their website.

Session times 2022

3-year-old kindergarten program

Gumnut - 22 places - 10 hours per week


Start time

Finish time

Session length




5 hrs




5 hrs

4-year-old kindergarten program

Bluebell - 22 places - 19.5 hours per week


Start time

Finish time

Session length




6 hrs 30 mins

Tuesday 8:30am 3pm 6 hrs 30 mins




6 hrs 30 mins

2021 session times

View 2021 session times and fees on Glass Street Kindergarten's website.

Fees - per term 2021

3-year-old kindergarten program (8 hours per week): $595

4-year-old kindergarten program (15 hours per week): $755

Fees - per term 2022:

3-year-old kindergarten program (10 hours per week): $600

4-year-old kindergarten program (19.5 hours per week): $995


Term fees include:

  • All program costs
  • Incursions
  • Excursions

Additional costs

Working bee levy: $150 per year payable with term 1 fees. This fee will be reimbursed when families assist for 2 hours in a working beer fundraising activity.

Volunteer levy: $350 payable with term 3 fees where families have not volunteered in predesignated roles or tasks in terms 1 and 2.  


Victorian government subsidy is available for eligible families that reduces the fee for the program to $0.

Boroondara Kindergarten Central Enrolment Scheme

Ready to enrol?

You can preference up to 5 kinders in your application.

Rating against the National Quality Standards

Early childhood education and care services are assessed and rated against the National Quality Standards(NQS) to:

  • promote continuous improvement in the provision of quality education and care
  • improve knowledge and access to information about the quality of services to help families make informed decisions about their child’s education and care.

See Glass Street Kindergarten's rating against the NQS and learn more about the assessment process on the StartingBlocks website.

Note: These details have been provided by Glass Street Kindergarten in partnership with the Boroondara Kindergarten Central Enrolment Scheme (BKCES). For the most up-to-date information, visit the Glass Street Kindergarten website.

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