Welcome to Moruya Preschool!

We acknowledge and respect the Yuin people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live. We respect culture and country. We walk together in partnership towards a better future for children and families.

Upcoming Meetings

Committee Meeting
AGM early Term 1 Wednesday 21st Feb at 3:30pm

All welcome!

Term Dates 2024

Term 1: Tues 30th Jan to Thurs 12th Apr

Term 2: Wed 29th Apr to Fri 5th Jul

Term 3: Mon 22nd Jul to Fri 27th Sep

Term 4: Mon 14th Oct to Wed 18th Dec

Enrolments & Orientation

Information morning for new children and their families is to be held on over 2 Sessions Thursday 19th December 9:30 -10:30 and 11:30-12:30.

For online enrolment/waiting list please refer to ‘Enrol’ tab at top of page.

Established in 1969, Moruya Preschool Kindergarten is a not for profit, community owned centre which caters for children aged between 3 and 6 years.

Being Community based, there is no company or individual owner of the Preschool.

The licensee of Preschool is the Management Committee, comprised of parents and interested community members.

The staff works in conjunction with the Committee to run and manage the Centre.

Moruya Preschool is funded by NSW Department of Education.

We are licensed for 30 children per day and operate five days per week. The main session runs from 9:00 am until 3:15 pm. Extended hours are available before and after the session times for those who need them.

Please note Wednesday is a half day session only. This group is usually for younger children who are not eligible for school the following year.

Monday / Tuesday / Thursday / Friday are full day sessions.

Moruya Preschool operates under the “National Quality Framework” which includes the National Law, National Regulation (2011), and National Standard.

Moruya Preschool underwent the Ratings and Assessment process in December 2023 and was rated as “Meeting” the National Quality Standard.

Moruya Preschool is committed to implementing the Child Safe Standards. ( Office of Children Guardian NSW)