Funded under the NSW Government ‘Start Strong’ initiative, Khancoban Preschool provides education and care for children aged 3 to 5 years of age.
Khancoban preschool provides an early childhood education program in accordance with The Early Years Learning Framework providing play-based early childhood education for children aged 3 to 5 years with the flexibility of providing casual positions to 2-year old’s.
Click here to download our Acknowledgment of Country(PDF, 91KB)
Hours of Operation
Monday Tuesday and Wednesday 8.30am – 4.00pm following Victorian school holidays only and closed for NSW public holidays.
Email [email protected]
Phone: 0409 507 695
1 Chisholm Street KHANCOBAN NSW 2642
Click here to download our Khancoban Preschool Expression of Interest form(PDF, 103KB) . You will also require the following supporting documents:
Once all this information is received we will then ask you to log on to your 'My GOV' account and confirm the child’s enrolement
For more information:
Click here to visit the My Gov website for Medicare immunisation history statements
Click here to visit the human services website for birth certificates
- Khancoban Preschool is a ‘Sunsmart’ centre endorsed by NSW Cancer Council
Statement of Philosophy
The staff at Khancoban Preschool are committed to providing a warm, caring and positive environment for all involved with the service. This ensures that the children are able to develop at their own pace, gaining potential independence and positive self-esteem, thus helping them to reach their full potential.
An individual program, based on the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) assists in providing high-quality care and learning according to each developmental outcome, children’s interest and strengths as well as a flexible environment for staff to develop with.
Our staff reflects the actions and behaviours illustrated in the Early Childhood Australia Code of Ethics. They are active in building a strong partnership with parents regarding the ongoing care, nurturing and education of their children. Active involvement by parents is encouraged to allow transition from home to the centre to be as smooth as possible. Staff and parents are also encourages to keep each other informed of the children’s progress.