Kindergarten on a School Site
About the project
We built a new kindergarten at Meadowglen Primary School.
This 2-room centre provides 66 kindergarten places and opens into an outdoor learning and play space.
Having the kindergarten and school together may help local children make a smoother transition into primary school and can also make drop-off time simpler for some families.
In the 2019–20 Budget, this project shared in $283 million allocated over four years for Three-Year-Old Kindergarten.
Frequently Asked Questions
Construction of Meadowglen Primary School Kindergarten is underway.
This kindergarten is being built using modular construction, which means the bulk of the building works will take place off-site.
Builders will start to prepare the local construction site in late August and the kindergarten is planned to open for Term 1, 2023.
Kindergartens built using modular construction are an efficient solution for delivering quality buildings in short timeframes.
They are constructed in a factory in sections known as “modules”. These modules are delivered to the kindergarten site, where builders assemble them, connect utilities and complete outdoor areas.
Constructing the modules offsite minimises disruptions to the community and kindergarten. The process also reduces the time required for a traditional build and gives children faster access to high-quality learning environments.
For information on kindergarten enrolments, please contact the City of or email email@example.com.
Watch how modular kindergartens are assembled
Kyneton Kindergarten is a modular kindergarten, which opened next to Kyneton Primary School in 2022.
It took just 8 weeks from delivery of the modular building to the kindergarten site to complete the project. Landscaping began a few weeks before the modules were delivered and was completed in line with the building works.
Reviewed 07 March 2023