my OSHC recognises its responsibility to give back to the community so have developed a program which gives back to “your” school community.
We believe that Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) is a valuable and integral part of the School and the local community. Our program provides a safe and healthy environment for children and maintains the standards in line with the National Quality Framework and Standards for OSHC.
my OSHC is all about our children. We create and uphold a nurturing environment for our children, families, educators, and the wider community. Our life long purpose is to maintain a sense of belonging for all our children encouraging them to reach their full potential. We aim to be recognised as a high-quality care provider and provide a safe and nurturing environment for all who need it.
To provide high quality care and learning experiences for school aged children in a safe, stimulating and nurturing environment that is responsive to the needs of the children, families and staff.
Hi, I’m Jane and I’m an Educator at my OSHC. I wasn’t always an Educator! My career change came about because my daughter went to my OSHC Prescott. The role looked like fun, so I approached the Director at my OSHC who, when the opportunity became available, offered me a children services traineeship. I now have Certificate III in Children Services and a new career with options in this sector.
Supporting Families in Need
Where a Family is eligible for Additional Child Care Subsidy (Child Well Being, grandparent or temporary financial hardship) assistance. The Gap will be paid by my OSHC, therefore no gap payment required (a CRN is mandatory to be eligible).
Saving Parents Time
Looking for Birthday Party ideas can be time consuming? The my OSHC website is a one stop shop for a range of Children Party Hire ideas who my OSHC have used during their vacation care.
The partnership is founded on shared goals, objectives and values and a rental contribution that can be reinvested back into the school community.
We believe children have the right to:
Be treated with dignity
Be acknowledged as a unique individual
Have the opportunity to develop their social, physical, cognitive, cultural and emotional skills
Be encouraged to enhance their self-worth
Build positive relationships between peers and caregivers
This is achieved by the provision of an appropriate environment:
Valuing difference and diversity
Facilitate lifelong learning
The most important aspect is:
The development of positive relationships and interactions with families and the community
Encouraging child and parent input into the program
Providing regular routines
Providing stimulating structured and unstructured activities
An aesthetically pleasing and supportive physical environment
Staff working to build an atmosphere of trust, respect and honesty towards each other