KU Revesby Preschool

123 Sphinx Avenue
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  • Monday to Friday 8:15am - 3:45pm
Preschoolers Free Preschool Program NSW

Our Program and Approach

At KU Revesby, we aim to provide a learning environment where children feel confident in building relationships with peers and adults, and are active participants in their learning throughout the day.

We are proud of our reputation within the local community of providing rich education and care that concentrates on individual children in a family-focussed and supportive way.

Our centre is a welcoming and nurturing space where each child is immersed in a rich tapestry of educationally interactive experiences – a space where children are supported to be their own, unique selves, growing and developing a sense of belonging and empowerment.

Our program offers children the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of learning experiences and activities, each specifically designed to promote children’s confidence as capable, active participants in their own learning. Children are presented with a range of 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.

We have a transition to school program that focuses on the children’s social and emotional development and capabilities to become passionate life-long learners, through experiences that give them the skills to enter school in a positive and confident way.

We encourage family participation at the centre, acknowledging that each family has the opportunity to build partnerships with the preschool by sharing skills, time and feedback with the staff and children, bringing your family into the life of our centre.

Our Specialisation

In addition to the high quality well-rounded programs we offer, all KU centres are also encouraged to develop an area of specialisation.

At KU Revesby, our special specialisation is sustainability and the natural environment.

We incorporate this into our program through activities such as gardening, caring for our environment and scientific exploration of the natural world.

We feel that the children benefit from this specialisation because they are the future carers of our world and need to be given the opportunities to explore, reflect and discover the natural world around them through play experiences and intentional teaching.

Our Quality

Our centre has been independently assessed by the Department of Education NSW under the National Quality Standards, and are proud to be rated as Exceeding the National Quality Standard.

However what matters most is what our families think...

“My children have been attending KU Revesby Preschool for several years now and I cannot fault them! The staff are warm, friendly and engaging and my children have flourished in their care. Each day I hear wonderful stories from both the carers and my children about the exciting things they have done and new things they have learnt and experienced while at Preschool! Our children love attending KU Revesby and we highly recommend the centre and its fantastic staff!” - KU Revesby Parent

“Our family loves KU Revesby. It is a warm, caring and safe environment. My daughter has enjoyed every moment.” - KU Revesby Parent

Our Environment

Each KU centre is unique. The best outcomes for children are created within relationships and interactions between children and staff, and children and their families, not within four walls. We work hard to create beautiful, interesting, homelike learning environments for children - whatever our setting.

KU Revesby is a preschool service located in Revesby, catering for 20 children a day. There are large open spaces that are well-designed and a shady playground in a natural, landscaped setting. Our building has air-conditioning, with two large playrooms containing a wide and diverse range of resources that encourage play based discovery and learning.

Our playground is designed to allow children to explore nature and discover the natural environment. We want children to be able to dig in the mud, climb trees, discover and learn about insects and enjoy connecting with nature. The many activities we offer enable children to immerse themselves in the natural elements of their surroundings and feel inspired to create, imagine and play.

Our Reconciliation Action Plan

KU was proud to launch its inaugural Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in 2016. At KU Revesby, we began our journey to develop our centre’s RAP in 2018 and we are proud to launch it now. Please view it here.

Other Features

Hat and Sunscreen
Transition to School
Public Transport
Play-based Learning
Outdoor Play

photo of Rowah Ouiek

Rowah Ouiek


Rowah is a university qualified early childhood teacher with over 18 years’ experience working with children and babies. She has worked in various early childhood settings including inclusion support. She has been working at KU Revesby Preschool since 2020.

Rowah’s passions include working with families from diverse backgrounds to assist with fostering a sense of belonging and inclusion. She enjoys incorporating nature play with the different learning domains and has a passion for the Reggio Emilia approach and incorporates this into her teaching practice.

Our team of early childhood educators are qualified, experienced, caring and highly motivated. All hold specialist qualifications in early childhood education. We believe that the positive interactions children have with our staff are the most important component of our high quality program.

The daily fees for 2020 at KU Revesby Preschool are:

Fee Amount
4 year old Start Strong fee $37.50
3 year old Start Strong fee $55.50
Start Strong Equity fee $6.00
Unfunded fee $66.50

Which fee will you pay?

The NSW Government is committed to ensuring that all children in NSW can participate in 600 hours of quality preschool education in the year before school, no matter where they live or what their circumstances are.

To ensure that affordability is not a barrier for families with young children, the NSW Government provides Start Strong funding making 600 hours, or 15 hours per week, of preschool participation in the two years before school more affordable by reducing fees for children. In KU preschools, this 15 hours per week is met by enrolling for two days per week.

Start Strong funding enables us to pass on fee reductions for all eligible 3 and 4 year old children for those two days (15 hours) each week.

The NSW Department of Education requires parents to sign the ‘Consent to use and disclosure of personal information’ form at the time of enrolment (see KU’s Standard Terms for the Enrolment of Children, p.4). Your eligibility for Start Strong Funding is conditional upon signing this form.

4 year old Start Strong fee is charged for:

  • Children who are 4 years of age on or before 31 July in that preschool year
  • 2 days per week enrolment

3 year old Start Strong fee is charged for:

  • Children who are 3 years of age on or before 31 July in that preschool year
  • 2 days per week enrolment

Start Strong Equity fee is charged for

  • Children who are at least 3 years of age on or before 31 July in that preschool year
  • 2 days per week enrolment
  • Within the following criteria:
    • Health Care Card (not in the name of the child)
    • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
    • Children with additional needs

The Unfunded Fee is charged when:

  • Children are not at least 3 years of age on or before 31 July in that preschool year
  • Children enrolled 1 day, or in addition to 2 days per week.