To help you decide if St Faith's is the right fit for you and your family, we encourage everyone to visit our centre for a tour and get a feel for our culture, philosophy and programs. 

Tour of the centre

Complete an application
for our Waiting List

Provide Immunisation Record


We conduct tours on week days between 9:30 – 11:00am, and 2:30 – 4:30pm.  We love showing new families around and answering any questions you may have. Call us on 03 9435 8496 to book or request a tour.

At the completion of your tour you can complete an application for our Waiting List. There is a $30 fee payable to join our waiting list.


We have a two day/week minimum booking requirement.

Immunisation Record

All parents/guardians planning to enrol their child at childcare or kindergarten in Victoria must provide the service with evidence that their child is:

  • fully immunised for their age OR

  • on a vaccination catch-up program OR

  • unable to be fully immunised for medical reasons.

The ‘No Jab No Play’ law applies to all early childhood education and care services in Victoria that provide:

  • long day care

  • kindergarten

  • occasional care

  • family day care.

When you enrol at our service you will need to provide your child’s most recent Immunisation History Statement from the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) as evidence of your child's immunisation. 

  • You can print a copy of your child’s Immunisation History Statement from your myGov account

  • Call the AIR on phone 1800 653 809 

  • visit a Medicare or Centrelink office. 

Exceeding the National Quality Standard

Earlier this year, St Fatihs Childcare achieved an overall rating of Exceeding
the National Quality Standard (NQS) under the National Quality Framework.
The National Quality Standard (NQS) sets a national benchmark for the quality
of children’s education and care services across Australia.


An overall rating of Exceeding NQS is given to services that go above and beyond the requirements of the NQS in at least four of the seven quality areas.


The National Quality Framework (NQF) for early childhood education and care was agreed by all Australian governments to get better educational and development outcomes for children using education and care services.

Implementation of the NQF is guided by the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA). To find out more information about the NQF and service ratings, visit the ACECQA website or ACECQA’s family focused website, Starting Blocks.

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Enrolment and waiting list