KaTeeny Early Leaning Centre is a warm wondrous and loving preschool experience for children aged 8months to 5 years. Our vision and passion is to deliver a high level of care while providing a stimulating learning environment - offering an integrated programme of Jewish, Hebrew and general experiences to our students within the Jewish community.  

Our aim is to provide a secure, happy and loving environment where every child can develop at his or her pace their intellectual, social, emotional, and physical skills to become a competent individual.

KaTeeny's thoughtfully designed facility and our qualified and passionate educators combine to nurture your children in their early years to fulfill their potential, lay the foundation for lifelong learning and development.

At KaTeeny we water and nurture our little plants to grow as upright, thoughtful, and empowered individuals who take pride in their Jewish identity and play an important part in society. 

KaTeeny is part of Hamerkaz Centre, established through the inspiration and vision of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. 





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KaTeeny is open for 48 weeks in a year. Our operating hours are Monday to Thursday 8am to 6pm and on Friday 8am to 4pm. We do offer a 7.30am start for families that require it. KaTeeny will be closed during main Jewish festival and open on selected Public Holidays. 

KaTeeny is committed to implementing and abiding by our Child Safety and Wellbeing Policy based on Child Safe Standards in Victoria (2022), which accentuates our zero tolerance for child abuse and raising awareness about the importance of child safety in our Centre and the community.

Through the implementation and monitoring of the Child Safe Standards, as specified under the Child Wellbeing and Safety Act (2015) we will ensure that children feel safe, empowered and are taken seriously if they raise concerns in relation to their safety and wellbeing.

We are dedicated to promoting cultural safety for Aboriginal children, cultural safety for children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe environment for all children regardless of sexual orientation, gender diversity and physical disability.