Best Preschools in Adelaide

Best Preschools in Adelaide
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Below is a list of the top and leading Preschools in Adelaide. To help you find the best Preschools located near you in Adelaide, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Adelaide’s Best Preschools:

The top rated Preschools in Adelaide are:

  • Kensington Gardens Preschool
  • Modbury School
  • Faith Montessori Centre

Kensington Gardens Preschool

Kensington Gardens Preschool
Kensington Gardens Preschool. Screenshot from: kensingtonpre.sa.edu.au

Kensington Gardens Preschool is a place where children learn in a fun, safe and supportive environment. Their vision is to create a community of connected and lifelong learners. Lush, shady gum trees surround the preschool which is situated on the The Parade in the Kensington Reserve. They are often referred to as ‘ The Kindy in the Park”.

The Preschool provides a welcoming, caring and exciting environment where every child is the central focus. The core business of this Preschool is to provide age appropriate educational programs that maximise each child’s potential development and a love of learning. They believe that children learn best through play which involves them in concrete, active experiences.

Products/Services:

Sessional Kindergarten, Playgroup, Extended Care, Bilingual Support, and Preschool Support

LOCATION:

Address: 430 The Parade, Kensington Gardens SA 5068
Phone: (08) 8331 8068
Website: www.kensingtonpre.sa.edu.au

REVIEWS:

“The teachers are great in providing educationall learning with my children. The facilities are also safe and kid-friendly. Would be recommending it to my friends.” – Ana S.

Modbury School

Modbury School
Modbury School. Screenshot from: modburyp7.sa.edu.au

Modbury School is situated in Modbury North, opposite Tea Tree Plaza sharing a border with a beautiful walking trail along Dry Creek. Their Values of Connect, Challenge and Create provide a focus and direction for learning in a supportive and dynamic environment. At Modbury School they look to have a place where students, parents and community members build strong relationships that provide a sense of belonging and support each other in a positive way.

Products/Services:

Language Programs, STEM Programs, Neuroeducation, Literacy and Numeracy Support R-7, EALD – English as an Additional Language or Dialect

LOCATION:

Address: 2-18 Golden Grove Rd, Modbury North SA 5092
Phone: (08) 8264 2027
Website: www.modburyp7.sa.edu.au

REVIEWS:

“Love this school, the staff are friendly, helpful & kind. Their Principle Mary is brilliant. Anyone seeking for a worthy school Modbury Primary is it. They are very helpful & supportive of my son who is Autistic & has Global Development delays couldn’t have asked for a better supportive school..and being small as well is a blessing.” – Patricia Carter

Faith Montessori Centre

Posted by Faith Montessori Centre on Tuesday, 14 May 2019

Faith Montessori Centre is a licensed, privately owned and managed Early Learning Centre. It is also registered as a Long Day Care. Faith Montessori provides a special program for very young children (two and three years old) as well as a kindy program for children (four and five years old) to prepare them for school.

Their vision is to encourage every child to experience and discover the joy of learning. Their philosophy is underpinned by the philosophy of Dr Maria Montessori. They believe that every child is a unique individual. They are committed to providing a loving and caring environment for every child, one in which he/she can explore, discover and learn. Their environment and curriculum aim to meet every child’s physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs.

Products/Services:

Juniors Room, Preschool/Kindy Rooms

LOCATION:

Address: 17 Cooke Cres, Royal Park SA 5014
Phone: (08) 8341 0369
Website: www.faithmontessori.education

REVIEWS:

“My 4 and a half year old loves Montessori. We have been so happy there. The staff are fantastic and work closely with each child and always make the time to talk to parents. My son has gone through some ups and downs especially when his baby brother arrived. All the educators helped us work through that time and made him feel special and he has learnt so much. They are very community focused and you really do feel part of a family there.” – Nadia Andonas