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Our Place

Our kindergarten is located on a huge half acre block at 4 Cribb Street Sadliers Crossing, in the heart of Ipswich's education precinct. We are across the road from Blair State School and just a stones throw away from Ipswich Boys Grammar and St Marys. Our kindy is also close to Brassall State School, St Josephs and Ipswich West State School. We have been at our current address since 2009 and have spent a lot of time , money and effort developing our gorgeous playground.

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Story Chair
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Street Library

If you are looking for a new book to read with your child or want to catch up on some reading yourself, check out our very own street library located beside our front gate in Cribb Street.

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Honouring First Nations Peoples
 
C&K premises and early childhood centres are located on lands where Australia’s First Nations Peoples’ have been teaching and
learning ways of belonging, being and becoming for more than 65,000 years.

Our learning communities have been shaped, and will continue to be shaped, by the influences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, wisdoms, and knowledges.

Honouring First Nations Peoples’ histories, perspectives, and continuing connections to land, sea and sky in all our programs, deepens everyone’s learning.
 
It is a great privilege to learn from, and with, the oldest living and thriving cultures on Earth and walk together to a better future for all.
 
We carefully work with our curriculum to promote fairness, empowerment and respect, with teachers/educators embedding First Nations Peoples perspectives throughout what we do.

“Honouring our past, to teach our
present, to create our future”
 
(Trisha Schuh: Napranum Early
Childhood Centre)

Artworks featured- "Once Upon a Time" by Wendy Rix  (above)
The Conversation - Luke Nganimirra, Kunwiniku, 1990, Yawk Yawk Maidens (below)

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