Community based Preschool for children turning 4 by 31st July the year they commence. 2 ECT’s & experienced staff focus on education in the year before school. All activities are play-based & include a phonics and numeracy program. Attention is given to social and emotional well-being.
29 Waratah St
East Gosford NSW 2250
P: (02) 4325 2332
Monday to Friday
8:30am – 4:00pm (school terms)
Gosford Preschool is a purpose built centre, adjoining a beautiful bushland reserve in the quiet suburb of East Gosford. We welcome enrolled and prospective parents to book an appointment to view our centre.
Gosford Preschool operates under the Australian Quality Framework and delivers the Early Learning Years Curriculum. Our educators are warm, welcoming, dedicated and professional.
Our preschool is operated by a parent committee which oversees the business operations of our centre. We are partially funded by the NSW Govt and operate as a community based, not-for-profit service.
Move-a-thon – We raised $1,346.25!!
A huge thank you to all our generous family, friends and supporters that made our Move-a-thon such a success, the children and staff had a wonderful […]
On the 5th April 2017, the Preschool celebrated its 60 Year Anniversary. The afternoon was a fabulous success, with such positive feedback from all that attended. We were lucky enough […]
Last day of Term 3 – Friday 22nd September 2017
First day of Term 4 – Monday 9th October 2017
Henny Penny Hatching Incubation Program – 16th to 27th October 2017
Father’s Night – Thursday 19th October 2017
“My wife and I are so grateful to Christine Reynolds and all her staff. Their compassionate and embracing culture is a blueprint for how all preschools should be run.” – Toby Somerville
continued… “Tiger’s natural inquisitiveness to learn has been encouraged and developed. Their implementation of the years 3 to 4 program and their subtle use of routines, made sure that Tiger was thoroughly prepared for her move to “big” school. Her two years at Gosford Preschool helped to develop Tiger’s social and academic learning skills.
The groundwork that Christine and her staff laid made the transition away from preschool effortless. Tiger has settled into her new school and continues to embrace her love of learning. She still has play dates with her old preschool pals and talks fondly of preschool.
The only downside to this wonderful experience was that she had such a great time that she didn’t want to leave preschool, her teachers or her friends. It was not unusual at home time to see children not wanting to leave preschool; such is the fantastic time they have. A feeling echoed by my wife and I – if only you taught all the way up to year 12…
Thank you Christine and all your dedicated staff for giving Tiger the opportunities to blossom and grow. We will be forever in your debt.”