Enrol at Lilly Pilly
Lilly Pilly takes names for enrolment any time during the year. The list of children for the following year are usually finalised in October when an enrolment/orientation session for parents is held. If you are interested in your child attending Lilly Pilly, please fill out the Waitlist Form and bring into the preschool between the hours of 3 and 4 pm.
Children need to be at least four-years old on or before 31 July in their preschool year, or at least 3 years old on or before 31 July if you have a Health Care Card and/or are Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander. Priority of access is given to children who are not attending another preschool.
Please keep in mind when applying:
We offer two 5 day fortnight programs :
Blossoms: Every Monday, Tuesday and second Wed's. ( Week 1 is Monday, Tuesday, Wed and Week 2 is Monday and Tuesday).
Possums: Every Thursday, Friday and second Wed's. (Week 1 is Thursday and Friday and Week 2 is Wed, Thursday and Friday).
Each class has 15 children as we are licenced for 30 children per day.
If your child is attending preschool next year, you will need to fill out an Enrolment Application and bring it to the Information Night. This form includes all personal details, medical conditions, emergency contacts, immunisation status and an application for membership of the Association.
There is no enrolment fee. Membership of the Association is $2 per person.
You will need to bring photocopies of your child's:
- Birth Certificate
- Documentation of your child's immunisation status.
Please fill out all 3 forms, the enrolment form, the consent form and the Start Strong Fee relief declaration form below.
- Consent-form-Child_.pdf 97kb
- Enrolment_Form_2023.pdf 492kb
- Start_Strong_NSW_Government-FORM-Fee_relief_declaration-CPS.pdf 640kb
- Start_Strong_NSW_Government_Letter_to_families.pdf 726kb
From 1 January 2018, children cannot be enrolled in an early childhood education and care service in NSW unless their parent or guardian can provide an approved immunisation form that shows that the child:
- is fully immunised for their age, or
- has a medical reason not to be vaccinated, or
- is on a recognised catch-up schedule if the child has fallen behind with their immunisations.
Children who are unvaccinated due to their parent or guardian's conscientious objection will no longer be able to be enrolled