Welwyn Uniting Kindergarten

44 Welwyn Parade, Deer Park Victoria

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Early Learning

Early learning in Deer Park.

Located a short walk from Station Waters Reserve and Kororoit Creek in Deer Park, our kindergarten has educated and cared for local children since 1968.

Our educators are passionate about working with your child to build on their strengths and interests, while forming social connections with their peers.

We encourage your child to follow their curiosity, explore and discover the world around them through hands-on, nature-based activities. 

We plan our activities with your child’s interests and abilities in mind, so they engage with the program and develop a love of learning.

Our educators offer an inclusive environment and can support children who live with physical and intellectual disabilities.

Program hours and fees

Our centre

Our centre

The parents say
“The team have taken the time to get to know my son. He’s really happy.”

- Early learning parent

Learning experiences

Your child will participate in fun, educational and collaborative activities each day.

Caring for the environment

Our leafy outdoor area inspires children to get in touch with nature. Your child will:

Excursions and incursions

We enjoy excursions in our local community and often host visitors to talk to the children about interesting topics. In the past we have:

To help prepare your child for their schooling years, we partner with:

Family and community connections

We love it when families get involved in our kindergarten. You can get involved in:


We are part of the Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) Early Childhood Language Program. Our kindergarten offers a Mandarin Language Program. Mandarin is incorporated into everyday learning experiences to give children meaningful opportunities to use the language themselves. Children learn this language through play, art, music, singing, dancing, and stories. A qualified Mandarin teacher delivers the language program in partnership with the other staff at the kinder. Learning in languages other than English helps children to improve their overall literacy and understanding of how language in general works. There are many benefits to children learning in another language at a young age, including:

Our educators are trained to use some key word signing. We can also have communication translated and interpreted for families who speak languages other than English.

Program hours and fees

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Kindergarten Teacher


Hi, I’m Belinda and I’m the Nominated Supervisor and Kindergarten Teacher at Welwyn Kindergarten. I’ve been at Welwyn Kindergarten for 25 years. It was my first teaching job and I love the community and families. I have a Bachelor of Education Early Childhood/Primary.

The team at Welwyn Kinder builds strong and respectful relationships with children and their families. We provide a warm, safe, inclusive welcoming environment for your child to realise to their full potential.

Mental Health

Our educators are trained in various programs to support the mental health of your child and are skilled in working with children who have experienced challenges and trauma. We also offer mental health support for families if you find yourself in need of assistance. 


We understand the importance of teaching children healthy eating habits. At our kindergarten, we:

Safe Environment

As a child safe organisation, our educators undergo regular working with children’s and police checks. We are focussed on delivering learning and development in a safe and supportive environment, so you can trust that your child is in good hands.

Policies and downloads


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