A Great Beginning


not-for-profit Kindergarten


Our Kindergarten opened on Wednesday 25th January, 2017.  The not-for-profit Kindergarten operates from 8:45am to 2:45pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays during school terms. We aim to provide the highest quality care, education and endeavour to partner closely with parents in the learning journey. We follow the Early Years Framework (Belonging, Being, Becoming) which has a strong emphasis on play-based learning, and the Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guidelines, which enriches students’ learning throughout the year, and our Education, Curriculum and Learning Policy. The QKLG will prepare the children for Prep. All Educators at our Service are trained and experienced in areas of early education and care.


The classes are restricted to no more than 22 children. For 2025 enrolment, children will need to turn four years of age by 30th June 2025. 

not-for-profit Kindergarten

An Ideal Learning Environment


A typical day in Kindergarten would include some of the following: art, craft, and other fine motor skills activities, physical education and games for gross motor development; rhymes, singing, poetry and music; movement and drama experiences; science and discovery experiences; outside play; free role play; books and stories; quiet time for rest/sleep. Our Kindergarten students also enjoy visits from the local fire brigade, wildlife animals, puppet shows etc. They also are included in College activities like Infants Sports Carnivals, billy cart races at the Noosa Billy Cart Grand Prix, borrowing books at the College’s Library Resource Centre, Under 8’s Day and many other exciting events!


  • Air-conditioned classroom
  • Beautiful playground and exciting resources!
  • College Library Resource Centre
  • College oval for Infant Sports Days


Sustainability at Noosa Christian College looks like:

  • Recycle, Reuse, Reduce
  • Categorising our rubbish – General rubbish, recycling and food scraps for worms and chickens
  • Food scraps from our worm farm converted into worm juice as nutrients for our plants
  • Scraps for the chickens provide us with delicious fresh eggs for our school community to purchase
  • Using paper and grocery boxes at the collage area
  • Using limited water in the sandpit
  • Using rainwater from our tanks for water play and gardening
  • Save water with our dual flush
  • Intentional teaching and supervision of handwashing using minimal water
  • Encouraging wrapper free lunch boxes
  • Reduce the number of paper towels used
  • Turn the lights off when we are away from the classroom

The Early Years Learning Framework strongly recommends that sustainability be ’embedded in all daily routine and practices’ within early childhood settings and that early childhood educators need to discuss with children that all ‘living things are interconnected’.

Please see the below Statement of Fees. Health Care Card holders may be eligible for a further discount. PLUS, if you have siblings enrolled at our College, you receive further sibling discounts from our College. Please read the following information from the Qld Kindergarten Funding Scheme webpage:
You will be eligible if you:
* hold a current Australian Government Health Care Card (or have a child who does)
* are a foster family with a current Australian Government Health Care Card
* hold a Department of Veterans’ Affairs Gold Card or White Card
* identify as being Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander (or have a child who does)
* have 3 or more children of the same age, enrolled in the same year.
The subsidy can be claimed once only, even if you meet multiple criteria.

NCC enrolment can be completed with our online application.

2025 Enrolment – Child born 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2021

For a Kindy Waiting List Application Form for future years enrolment, please click below.

Apply for Admission

Applications are now open

The College is a co-educational day school currently catering for students in Kindergarten to Year 12. The College is open to students regardless of their religious affiliation, ethnic background, gender or national origin.

Noosa Christian College acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land on which we gather and we pay our respect to local Indigenous Elders and leaders past, present and emerging, and recognise the strength, resilience and capacity of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.