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Children in selected rural and remote communities can attend kindergarten at their local state schools as part of the Remote Kindergarten Pilot.
The pilot provides a new delivery model for kindergarten in Queensland, with state schools offering the kindergarten program as part of a composite class delivered by their existing classroom teacher with support from a teacher aide.
The pilot will continue in 2018 following the successful trial of the program in 2016 and 2017. A total of 38 state schools are prescribed to deliver kindergarten.
Schools participating in the Remote Kindergarten Pilot meet eligibility criteria, including being at least 50km by the most direct route by road from an approved kindergarten service.