Mainview Boulevard Kindergarten

49 Mainview Blvd, Truganina East, VIC 3029

We give children opportunities to explore, investigate and inquire about the world around them!

Mainview Boulevard Kindergarten features brand new facilities, designed to help each child make the most of their learning environment. We believe that children are responsible for their own learning, with educators supporting and guiding their experiences.

Through interactive activities, our new outdoor and indoor spaces create opportunities for children to unleash their inner adventurer in a safe and encouraging environment.

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At Mainview Boulevard Kindergarten, we celebrate different cultural events throughout the year. This helps children develop an understanding about the world around them and is reflected in our curriculum.

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Excursions and incursions are part of our program. We take children on adventurous excursions to help them discover the local community and explore the world around them. Our incursions help the children to test their curiosity and ignite a passion for learning.

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At Mainview Boulevard Kindergarten, we are very conscious of keeping our staff and children safe in the sun; therefore we are official participants in the SunSmart program.

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We run a School Readiness program to help children adapt in this exciting and challenging period of change. We partner with Doherty’s Creek P-9 College to help make children’s transition as easy as possible.

Begin the adventure at Mainview Boulevard Kindergarten!


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Our Philosophy

As members of bestchance, Mainview Boulevard Kindergarten’s philosophy, practices, and behaviours will reflect the vision, mission and values of bestchance, along with

  • Early Childhood Code of Ethics
  • Human Rights
  • National Quality Standards
  • Early Childhood Development
  • Play Theories
  • Victorian Early Years and Development Framework

In respect to children and education

  • We believe children learn through play.
  • We encourage a play based, emergent curriculum in our service, which is added to and modified according to children’s interests and strengths, and with consideration of families, staff and community.
  • Our program focuses on holistic approaches, ensuring inclusion of all children and promotes children’s agency.
  • We view children as unique individuals, with varying capabilities, interests and knowledge and believe they are capable and resourceful learners who are active contributors to their own learning.
  • As educators, we recognize intentional teaching as being deliberate, purposeful and thoughtful in our decisions and actions.
  • We respectfully encourage children’s opportunities to engage in activities, with no bias towards gender, race, creed, culture or developmental level.
  • We facilitate safely managed risk taking and appropriate experiences for each child’s varied strengths and skills.
  • Children develop confidence, positive self-esteem, and independence through supportive secure environments and relationships.
  • We embed sustainable practices in our program to promote preservation of our natural environment.

In respect to families and community

  • We acknowledge that we live, work and play on traditional land of the Kulin Nations.
  • We believe children benefit most when there is a trusting and mutually supportive partnership between educators, families and the community.
  • Children need to be valued as individuals, within the context of their family and their community.
  • Positive partnerships are encouraged through open communication and family participation in our program.
  • We provide an engaging learning environment with the potential to stimulate imagination, promote creativity and enhance aesthetic development.


Key Information

HOW TO register

Central Registration Scheme for 3 & 4 year old Kindergarten Registrations. 

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