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KindiLink is a play-and-learn initiative for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children who are not old enough to enrol in school. EKC is fortunate to have the support of both KindiLink based in Perth and also the Kimberley Schools Project KindiLink program based in Broome. Early Years Education assists in the development of children’s cognitive abilities, and also helps with enhancing social and emotional skills while interacting with their peers.


Parents are encouraged to strengthen their child’s educational journey by learning more about why enrolling them in an early childhood education program is important for future learning. Much of the most critical brain development in children takes place before they even reach kindergarten. KindiLink promotes parents are their child’s first educators.


A child’s early years are the foundation for his or her future development, providing a strong base for lifelong learning and learning abilities, including cognitive and social development. Please call East Kimberley College on 9168 4400 for further details or stop by the CPC on KindiLink days.



For: children aged 0 to 4 years (pre-Kindergarten) with a parent or carer attending.

Where: Child and Parent Centre (CPC), Wunan Foundation, 555 Ironwood Drive (Mon-Wed) and Whitegum Park, Corner Coolibah Drive & Leichhardt Street (Thur)

When: every Monday, Tuesday and  Wednesday at the Child and Parent Centre, 555 Ironwood Drive.  Every Thursday at Whitegum Park, Corner Coolibah Drive and Leichhardt Street.  During school terms.

Time: 8:30am to 11:30am