Finding the right educational facility, be that a kindergarten or high school, for your child can be extremely daunting.  With so many different options out there, below is a comprehensive review of many of the schools and kindergartens in Brisbane as well as some tips that can be useful once you have a little one that is about to start their schooling journey.

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Camp Hill Kindergarten is a community based non-profit organisation run by parents for their children. The Centre offers 3 ½ to
Brady Bunch Early Learning Centre opened its doors in July 2014 and is a beautifully designed centre with lovely open fully air
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Chatterbox are privately owned and operated early learning and long day care centres. It is their mission to provide children
Robertson State School has 27 classes from Prep to Year 6, encompassing approximately 45 different culture groups. Robertson
St Pius X is a Catholic Primary School catering for boys and girls from Prep to Year 6. Located on a leafy three hectare site in
Nestled amongst a leafy residential street in Chapel Hill is one of the western suburbs' best kept secrets - Chapel Hill
Ascot State School is an Independent Public School that is co-educational from Prep to Year 6, which provides a safe and caring
As College Principal of Earnshaw P-12 State College, I welcome you to our School. Earnshaw is an Independent Public School for
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Kingston Kids Early Learning Centre caters for children aged from 15 months to 5 years. The centre has four rooms, including a
Capalaba Kids Early Learning Centres cater for children from 6 weeks to 5 years. Within the 2 services they have 10 rooms,
Chelmer-Graceville Kindergarten is an ideal place for children to develop a lifelong love of learning. At the centre, play is
Our Lady of Dolours is a small one-stream Catholic primary school, nestled in the heart of Mitchelton in Brisbane’s leafy
At Home Family Day Care Scheme is a service that offers Education and Care in the comfort of Educators' Family Homes. Family Day
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Sight Words (the Dolch word list) are a set of 220 common words and 95 nouns said to comprise 80% of the text children read and
Living Faith Lutheran Kindergarten is a two room Kindergarten specialising in care for children the year before they commence
The staff at Marchant Park Kindergarten love their kindy. It’s located within their favourite parkland of 7th Brigade Park.
What can a Reggio Emilia Education offer? There are many different philosophies and approaches when it comes to the education of
A school catchment zone, as defined by the Queensland Government, is “...the geographical location where a state school’s
Taigum Kids Early Learning Centres cater for children from 6 weeks to 5 years. Within the 2 services they have 10 rooms,
Browns Plains Kids Early Learning Centre prides themselves on offering the highest quality care and education for children
Clayfield College in Brisbane’s northern suburbs is a leading Queensland school. With a tradition of over 80 years of providing
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For Prep, your child must be aged five by 30 June in the year they enrol. To enrol, simply contact the school directly. There is
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