Welcome to Seaford Rise Kindergarten

At the Seaford Rise Kindergarten we ensure children are accepted for their unique qualities and encourage and challenge them to fully realise their potential. We believe that children have the right to learn in a safe, inclusive, dynamic and fun environment which is staffed by caring, motivated educators. We share common goals and value the diverse community in which the children and their families live. We ensure the centre’s core values of trust, care, respect, equity and quality are supported and promoted. We provide an accessible, engaging, secure environment where high standards and successful outcomes are expected and celebrated, and lifelong learning is valued, so that each child achieves meaningful personal and educational growth.

The Kindergarten is located next to the grounds of Seaford Rise Primary School.

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Acknowledgement of Country

We Acknowledge the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of this land. We would like to pay our respects to them for the care of the land on which we live today.
We would like to pay our respect to the Elders past and present, and welcome all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families to the Seaford Rise Kindergarten community.

Ninna Marni

Planning and Reporting

On this page you will find all plans and reports pertinent to the school.

Contact us

Director: Lauren Simpson

Site phone:  (08) 8386 0505

Kindy mobile number: 0448 175 897

Site email: dl.3618.leaders@schools.sa.edu.au

Site fax: (08) 8327 2853
Street address: 178 Grand Boulevard Seaford Rise SA 5169
Postal address: 178 Grand Boulevard Seaford Rise SA 5169

Partnership: River Hub


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