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Enrolment Process

Enrolment Process

Step 1: Enrolment Application & Fee

To obtain an Enrolment Application form, email adminssldc@northsidemontessori.nsw.edu.au.  Complete the form and mail or drop in to

Stepping Stones Montessori Long Day Care
Enrolments
196 Bobbin Head Road,
Turramurra  NSW 2074

Applications must include the fee of $75 and all necessary paperwork as requested in the Enrolment application including your child’s ACIR Immunisation Record.

Step 2 : Acknowledgement of your Application

Acknowledgement of your application will be sent to your email address.

 

Step 3 : Assessment of your Application

We will assess your application based on priority access and date/time of your submission as well as availability of days.

 

Step 4 : Centre Visit

Parents/Guardians will be advised of an appointment to visit Stepping Stones  to meet the Director and view the site.

 

Step 5 : Placement Letter

If a place is available, we will send you the placement offer letter, an enrolment agreement and an ezidebit form by email.  You will need to return the completed agreement and ezidebit form by the date noted in the letter of offer and pay the Enrolment Bond in order to secure your place.

 

Step 6 : Confirmation of Place

You will be provided a confirmation of place and a start date.  Fees are paid two weeks in advance prior to commencement.  The linen fee will be added to your first invoice.

 


The child who has never learned to act alone, to direct his own actions, to govern her own will, grows into an adult who is easily led and must always lean upon others.

Maria Montessori


The child can only develop by means of experience in his environment.

Maria Montessori


Any child who is self-sufficient, who can tie his shoes, dress or undress himself, reflects in his joy and sense of achievement,
the image of human dignity, which is derived from a sense of independence.

Maria Montessori


Never let a child risk failure until he has a reasonable chance of success.

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A place of beauty,simplicity and order. A place where they feel secure to trust their own powers.

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Focus on the child’s needs within the context of family by recognising and responding to the unique influence that a family has in a child’s life; by working in partnership with families in meeting the child’s individual needs.

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Movement is another of the child’s great acquisitions.

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A child’s work is to create the man he will become. An adult works to perfect the environment but a child works to perfect himself.

Maria Montessori