KU Dianella Kindergarten

6 Congo Drive
TARNEIT VIC 3029
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Preschoolers

About KU Dianella

KU Dianella Kindergarten will operate from the Dianella Community Centre located in Tarneit West and will open for children in January 2022.

KU is excited to be operating a sessional kindergarten service within the new integrated community family centre working owned by Wyndham City Council.

KU Dianella will cater for 99 children offering funded kindergarten and allied health services. Each of our KU services are unique and we work hard to create beautiful, interesting, homelike learning environments for children, to foster a sense of belonging.

For the children and families of KU Dianella, KU will provide quality sessional kindergarten play-based program in addition to early intervention services. The kindergarten will operate three year old and four year old sessions, with a comprehensive transition to school program.

To enrol your child through the centralised Wyndham City Council waiting list and access their enrolment portal please click here.

Further information regarding the Wyndham kindergarten registration process and sessions is available here.

KU Dianella will be hiring quality staff from late September. Click here to find out how to make the KU Difference and unlock endless possibilities.

For more information about service operation please contact ku.dianella@ku.com.au

The daily fees for 2022 at KU Dianella Kindergarten are:

Fee Amount
Three-year-old Kindergarten (5 hours per week) $165.00 per term
Four-year-old Kindergarten (15 hours per week) $500.00 per term

In an increasingly competitive marketplace, KU has remained very proudly a not-for-profit provider of quality education for more than 125 years. Like all early childhood education providers, our costs continue to be subject to market factors such as CPI, salary costs, Government funding and the requirements of the National Quality Framework.

Our fees are designed to cover the operational costs of delivering the unique KU learning experience, and to ensure KU can continue delivering those experiences for many years to come. Any surplus we may make is reinvested into our local staff, continually improving the quality of our services, and ensuring our long-term sustainability. KU does not distribute our profits to shareholders or send them offshore.