Activities in Term 2 2012

02/05/2012 09:57

Vacation Care Summary

We had fantastic time in our Easter School Holidays! Our numbers went once again through the roof and we were booked out on most of the days. Children enjoyed variety of activities with Rock Climbing, Lego and Circus Day being the most popular. Our excursion to Sydney Family show was unfortunately cancelled due to extremely wet weather. I’m sure we will go there next year!

Our winter holidays program will be available form week 7 and published in BUZZ no later than 13/06.

Extra Activities in Term 2

During this Term children will be enjoying sport, drama and magic classes!

Tuesdays: due to popular demand we are pleased to introduce soccer hour on Tuesdays, from 4 pm to 5pm. We have a coach who will be facilitating the game and will teach our kids some soccer skills! We have attractive soccer prizes for the best sportsmen! Boys and girls are welcome to participate!

Wednesdays are going to be magical! We have invited a magician to teach us some magical tricks! Every week the magician will run a show and then he will teach children one or two tricks to master during the week.

 Thursdays: for the first 4 weeks children will have fun in our outdoor group games, such as grass hockey, bulrush, cops and robbers, poison ball and other most wanted games J . In the last 4 weeks of the Term we are going to have a drama classes conducted by a coach. These classes will focus on children’s expression, movement and coordination.

Fridays: following ever lasting interest and popularity of our cooking activities Lucie is running cooking classes. Children will have a chance to prepare their afternoon snack, that can vary from cheese puffs to rocky road, and from quiches to pasta. We are inspired by the book of Beauty Point recipes.   

Job Vacancy – maybe you know someone who might be interested?

We are seeking a Permanent Assistant to work 19+ hours per week in our Before and After School Care and Vacation Care. We are offering flexible days, two hours in the morning (7:30 -9:30) and three hours in the afternoon, from (3pm to 6pm) as well as flexible hours in Vacation Care.

The right applicant will have:

  • Genuine interest in quality childcare
  • Good communication skills
  • Commitment to ongoing professional development
  • A positive and professional attitude
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Have the initiative and be able to create and complete set tasks

This position might suit a Uni or TAFE student that looks for part-time employment or a childcare student who seeks work experience or placement. The conditions of employment offered will be according to the Children’s Services Award 2010, above award wages will be offered to the right applicant. For further information please call Meg and Lucie on 9960 1095 or e-mail your CV to:

Kind regards,

Meg Trop and Lucie Francis

OOSH Directors