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North Ingle Playgroup

The Playgroup Coordinator at North Ingle Playgroup have completed COVID-19 Infection Control Training and adhere to Playgroup SA and Department for Education’s requirements.

North Ingle School and Preschool runs a Playgroup for families on Monday mornings from 9:00am to 11:00am

The Playgroup is held in the Preschool on North Ingle School grounds.

Children under 5 years of age are welcome to attend with their families.

A session fee of a gold coin donation is payable on the day to cover art, crafts and resources.

Why Playgroup is Important

For Children, PLAYGROUP:

  • Provides an environment for social interaction.
  • Provides and opportunity for children to play and learn.
  • Assists in language development and communication.
  • Provides a space for children to participate in and enjoy new activities.
  • Provides a stimulated environment where children can acquire new skills and learn.
  • Provides access to a variety of toys and equipment.
  • Provides a safe and happy place for children.
  • Assists children to become ready for the formal learning environment.
  • Provides an opportunity to attend excursions and events.

For Adults, PLAYGROUP:

  • Gives parents the opportunity to play and interact with their child.
  • Provides a great space for social interaction.
  • Allows time for parents to share their experiences, ideas and to support one another.
  • Provides a routine that allows families to gather and interact.
  • Fosters community spirit and assists social networks.
  • Provides affordable membership and sessions.

North Ingle Playgroup is structured for adult, child and community interaction with a focus on socialisation and belonging.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Playgroup Coordinator - Jess Butler

If you would like further information regarding North Ingle School and Preschool Playgroup please call the front office on 8264 7498