Canley Heights Public School

Lead and Guide

Telephone02 9724 3320

Information for Families

Information about our service

If your enrolment application is successful, we will organise an interview between families, children and the educators, so we can get to know your child and how we can best support them through our preschool program.

Please refer to the information booklets below for information about our preschool. 


Support for parents and families

Our preschool can support you and your family to access a range of services to support your child's development. Please contact the preschool educators or school office to discuss how we can help. 

Please follow the links below for further information on key issues.

NSW Health - Kids and Families

This website contains extensive information on a range of issues such as domestic violence, sexual assault and child protection, pregnancy and the first five years and paediatric healthcare.

SunSmart - Advice for Parents & Carers

This website contains sun protection tips for parents and families.

Raising Children Network

At, we provide free, reliable, up-to-date and independent information to help your family grow and thrive together. We’re funded by the Australian Government, reviewed by experts and non-commercial, so you know you can trust us.

Parentline Counselling and Support Service

Parent Line is a free telephone counselling and support service for parents and carers with children aged 0 to 18 who live in NSW.

Deadly Tots - Aboriginal Parenting Resources

The Deadly Tots project was funded by the Aboriginal Child, Youth and Family Strategy (ACYFS) to develop resources that promote the key messages and share the latest information on children's social, emotional and intellectual development with families and communities of Indigenous children. 

Ethnic Community Services Co-operative

ECSC is a not-for-profit organisation in NSW that provides multilingual/multicultural services and support to meet the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) people. We develop and deliver innovative programs for children, families, people with disability, the aged and carers.

STARTTS: NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors

STARTTS provide services for refugees, asylum seekers and people from refugee-like situations who have survived torture or other traumatic experiences associated with organised violence. We provide services for individuals, families and refugee communities. It does not matter how old someone is or how many years he or she has been living in Australia.

Achieving School Success

The free, digital resource for the award-winning program, Achieving School Success, was developed to assist families from non-English speaking backgrounds to navigate the Australian education system and services for children and families.

Reporting a Child at Risk

Further information regarding "The signs of abuse and neglect, Should I call the Child Protection Helpline? What happens after I make a report? What if someone reports my child?"

Brighter Futures

The Brighter Futures program is for families with children aged 0 to 9 years or who are expecting a baby who face specific problems. Priority of access is given to families with children less than three years of age.