KU Ashmont

Cnr Blakemore Street and Moxham Street
WAGGA WAGGA NSW 2650
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Preschoolers

KU Ashmont

KU is excited to announce the opening of KU Ashmont (formerly Ashmont Preschool) in early 2020, following a period of renovation and rejuvenation.

KU Ashmont will deliver an integrated service model providing the best opportunity to positively respond to the needs of the community and provide additional beneficial services for children and families.

The service will include:

  • A traditional preschool program for children aged 3-6 years
  • A range of preschool age-specific early intervention and NDIS services such as:
    • Speech pathology
    • Occupational therapy
    • Family worker/support services
    • Parent workshops and training
    • Autism specific clinic-based therapy

We are excited to share with you the plans for KU Ashmont showing proposed extensions and refurbishments, which can be viewed here.


December 2019 Update

We are pleased to share some further information with you about the progress of KU Ashmont Preschool. The Development Application has been approved and we are in the process of appointing a builder to complete the building works for the preschool. As a result, we are hopeful the work will be complete and the preschool will be ready to open from the beginning of Term 2, 2020. The exact date that KU Ashmont Preschool will open, will be determined by the process of the works on-site as well as obtaining service approval early next year.

We look forward to keeping you updated with the upgrade and expansion of KU Ashmont Preschool.


About KU Preschool Programs

Preschoolers are at a time in their lives where they are gaining independence and becoming more confident as individuals, gaining a greater understanding of their role as citizens within the world.

The skills children develop in a KU preschool program become the foundation for lifelong learning, and in fact, can positively shape the way they approach learning for the rest of their lives.

We encourage children to develop positive relationships and connections so that they begin to trust in their ability to take responsibility and challenge ideas.

Children are provided with the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of learning experiences and activities, including gardening, arts and crafts, music and movement, physical play, block building, sand and water play, science experiments, early numeracy activities such as counting and measurement, and early literacy activities such as reading, drawing and writing.


About Early Intervention at KU

KU provides a range of early childhood intervention services for children and families. KU is a registered provider of supports under the NDIS, providing targeted early childhood intervention services using evidence-based approaches to support your child’s individual needs. We provide a range of early childhood intervention support via our team of therapists, including assessments and ongoing support.


Interested in Enrolling?

To submit an Expression of Interest, please click here.

Please email ku.ashmont@ku.com.au for more information about KU Ashmont.


For Further Information (Including Site Development)

For further information, please contact Melodie Glass, Business Development Manager, at melodie.glass@ku.com.au