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    Quote Originally Posted by kw123 View Post
    Hi. I'm in VIC.

    4 year Kinder is the year before Primary school
    When kids start school at around 5, it's called Prep.
    Yr 1 is the year after.

    Nothing called Foundation year here (yet)
    According to national curriculum it's supposed to be called Foundation but it's taking some time to break old habits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    I'm in Vic. My son's school calls Prep "Foundation". First year of primary school before Year 1. Apparently they used to call it Prep but in the National Curriculum it's referred to as Foundation so they changes it (that's what the assistant principal said anyway).
    The school we are enrolling dd in for next year uses foundation too.


 

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