Mitchell Park Kindergarten


(03) 5572 2407


3 and 4-year-old kindergarten
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
8:45 am to 3:15 pm

(Currently located at the George Street Primary School Gymnasium, while our kindergarten undergoes a refurbishment)

about us

Mitchell Park Kindergarten is situated on the outskirts of Hamilton in a semi-rural setting. We strive to provide an environment and a program that is nurturing, culturally safe, inviting and exciting, for not just the children, but also their families.

As a service, we provide all dietary requirements for your child, offering nutritiously balanced breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.

our philosophy

We promote an educational environment where children and their families are socially supported and valued. We aim to provide the children enrolled in our programs with opportunities to maximize their potential and develop a foundation for future success in learning.

The way we interact with the children and their families is paramount to the children’s involvement and success in learning. Each family involved is unique and we strive to celebrate this uniqueness within a curriculum that focuses on each child’s strengths. Children are naturally curious and naturally construct their understandings and contribute to others learning. Viewing children as active participants and decision-makers allows educators to provide a learning environment led by the children’s interests and needs.

We are committed to providing a safe, secure environment for all children and their families, particularly those who are more vulnerable, which aligns with the CPSG Child Safe Environment and Wellbeing Policy.

We aim to establish trusting and respectful relationships with children and their families. This helps to empower them to confidently discuss their emotional responses to daily events that they may not feel comfortable or safe about.

We build children’s confidence and ensure they are well supported in order for them to be receptive to learning, gaining new knowledge, acquiring new skills, and taking considered risks.

We strive to meet the children’s needs setting them up for success in learning and life. When basic primary needs such as nutrition, comfort and respect are met, children are armed with the ability to develop a range of skills and processes such as problem-solving, inquiry, experimentation, hypothesizing, researching and investigating.

Gaining the respect and trust of our families is important to us and we are committed to building and maintaining these reciprocal relationships.