Enrolment & Waiting List

Are you interested in enrolling your child at Froebel St Leonards? Please join our Waiting List by clicking on the link at the bottom of this webpage. For a limited time only, joining our waiting list is free!

You can register your interest even if your child is not yet born (please enter TBA in the child's name section and the expected date of birth). Once registered, you will be receiving relevant updates (such as invitations to our Open Haus) from the Centre Director. 

Please note that there may be wait times for a placement which will depend on availability in your child's age group, our Priority of Access Guidelines, your preferred start date and booking pattern. Please contact our Centre Director for more details. 

For fee information please click here. 

Orientation Period

We believe it is important that your child and our educators are able to build a relationship prior to the enrolment start. This is why we offer you and your child an Orientation period at our Centre which usually takes place in the two weeks prior to the first day of enrolment. The Orientation period is designed to help your child settle in to the play and learning environments and to provide sufficient time for you, your child and our educators to get to know each other and to discuss your child's routines, individual requirements, likes and dislikes. Please contact our Centre Director to learn more about our Orientation process.  

Priority of Access


  • Priority 1: a child at risk of serious abuse or neglect
  • Priority 2: any other child.

Within Priority 2, priority is given to

  • a child of a permanent part-time or full-time employee of Froebel Australia Limited (Priority 2A), 
  • a child of a family who is currently enrolled at Froebel (Priority 2B),
  • a child who was previously enrolled at Froebel for no less than three consecutive months or currently attends another Froebel centre in Australia (Priority 2C).

Child Care Subsidy

Froebel St Leonards is a service approved by the NSW Department of Education and Communities, and is also approved for Child Care Subsidy. Families can find further information on how to apply for family assistance with the cost of childcare on the website of the Department of Human Services.