Defence childcare centres
Children of mobile Defence families can receive priority of access to Defence childcare centres around Australia. Defence Community Organisation (DCO) also provides individual case management to help parents with childcare placement. For more information click here.
More childcare resources
There are a number of childcare facilities in Albury Wodonga. The resources below may help you locate the right child care service for your family.
DCO provides a range of services and resources for Defence children to assist with the transition between schools and education systems when families move, and to provide support for the unique needs of Defence students. You can find information on schooling, including aides and mentors on the DCO website on Education or Your Community pages.
To locate private schools in your area visit the Private Schools Guide.
Schools with Defence Aides and Mentors
The Defence School Transition Program provides support to children of ADF families, particularly during their transition into and out of a school on posting or during parental absences due to deployment, exercises or courses.
The in-school aides (for primary schools) and mentors (for high schools) are funded by the Department of Defence through DCO (Defence Community Organisation). They are employed as a member of the school staff by respective schools or education systems within each State or Territory.
Primary schools with Defence School Transition Aides (DSTAs)
Bandiana Primary School, Bandiana
Baranduda Primary School, Baranduda
Melrose Primary School, Wodonga
St Monica’s Primary School, Wodonga
Wodonga Primary School, Wodonga
Wodonga South Primary School, Wodonga
Victory Lutheran College, Wodonga
High schools with Defence Transition Mentors (DTMs)
- Catholic College Wodonga, Wodonga
- Wodonga Middle Years College, Wodonga
- Wodonga Senior Secondary College, Wodonga
- Victory Lutheran College, Wodonga
VIC School Terms
Click here to see the school terms observed in VIC during 2018.
NSW School Terms
Click here to see the school terms observed in NSW during 2018.
There is a range of tertiary institutions in Melbourne including: