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Celebrations from NAIDOC Week

Throughout NAIDOC Week 8 – 15 November many of the Moonee Valley Early Years programs celebrated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. Children practised sharing and storytelling and demonstrated the knowledge they have gained over the year, including work done during Reconciliation Week last 27 May – 3 June. Continue reading to see the ways…

Free kinder for 2021

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Free kinder for 2021

Fee relief next year for parents of kindergarten children.

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Share in art, music and more during NAIDOC Week 2020

NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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Mindfulness, friendship and some story time videos

Spring is here and summer is just around the corner!

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Our local libraries are open for you to pick up reserved books!

Moonee Valley Libraries are excited to introduce Contactless Collection!

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Navigating the new normal

The past week has seen some of our early learning and kindergarten children and families returning to face-to-face attendance.

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Welcome to Week 7 of the We Connect Blog

This week we have some fun activities from Coronation Kindergarten and North Essendon Kindergarten.

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It’s school holidays!

We have a special treat for some of the younger children in your families.

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Hello from Airport West Kindergarten, Milleara Integrated Learning and Development Centre, Strathmore Heights Kindergarten and Montgomery Park Kindergarten

It is an exciting time as we prepare to welcome more of you back over the coming weeks.

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It’s the end of term 3!

Congratulations to all the families in Moonee Valley – you made it to the end of term 3!