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Explore Creative Learning at Kindergarten at The McDonald College

The McDonald College is accepting enrolments for its Kindergarten intake for 2021. Prospective families are invited to Kindy Experience Day on Wednesday 28 October 2020 (9.45am – 11.30am) to get a preview of the college’s offering. This is suitable for families looking at 2021 enrolment and beyond.

Kindy Days at The McDonald College give Preschool students the opportunity to explore the transition to “big” school through a range of enriching and diverse learning, performance and socialisation activities. The college aims to create a familiarity with the school environment that can enhance each child’s first experience of school through a range of activities including reading, literacy and numeracy games and Performing Arts (Music & Dance).


The McDonald College Infants School engages students at an age where they are highly receptive to creative ways of thinking and being, allowing the college to effectively integrate Performing Arts into their schooling day. This is supported by an interactive, student-centred approach to learning, creating a dynamic and nurturing environment; essential and exciting learning conditions for developing young minds.

To register your child’s place or to find out more please contact the College Registrar on (02) 9752 0507 or email Alternatively, families can submit a registration form at


Please note that prospective children must turn five years of age on or before 31 July 2021 in order to register for a Kindy Experience Day for 2021 entry.

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Religion Non - denominational
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 3 - Year 12
Enrolment 300 students
02 9752******* 02 9752 0500
02 8765******* 02 8765 0195
Address 17 George Street, North Strathfield, 2137
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