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Waiting List Terms & Conditions (click)
To place a name on the waiting list parents must complete the online booking form and booking fee payment. Once the booking form has been completed, you will be redirected to PayPal to complete payment of the booking fee. Upon successful payment, the completed booking form will be sent to us and you will receive an email of confirmation. Booking information is stored securely in our website database until your child is accepted or the year of enrolment passes. Our website is secured with SSL and 2FA to prevent unauthorised access
Enrolment offers are emailed to families in order of the waiting list from May onwards in the year prior to their child’s eligible Kindy year. Each year, the Kindy will announce the specific offer dates prior to sending out the offers.
- If accepted, an enrolment deposit is then payable, which is deducted from the first term’s fees. This deposit is non-refundable, even if the child’s enrolment is cancelled.
By completing the form and submitting payment you agree to the following:
- I am aware that the form below is a booking form for Bardon Kindy waitlist only.
- I am aware that it is my responsibility to notify the centre of any changes to my contact details
- I am aware of Bardon Community Kindy’s Enrolment Immunisation Policy
Bardon Community Kindy Enrolment Immunisation Policy
Following amendments to the Public Health Act 2005 (Qld) which took effect on 1 January 2016, Bardon Community Kindergarten will no longer accept enrolments of children who are not “up to date” with their scheduled vaccinations. This policy applies to siblings of children previously enrolled at Bardon Community Kindergarten.
Prior to enrolment and attendance at Bardon Community Kindergarten, parents are required to provide an immunisation history statement stating that their child’s immunisation status is “up to date” (and an updated statement when their child passes future vaccination milestones if applicable).
Children who have an exemption for a vaccine given by a recognised immunisation provider because of a medical contraindication to a vaccine are considered “up to date”. Similarly, children who are on an approved immunisation catch-up schedule developed by a recognised immunisation provider are also considered “up to date”.