The outside school hours care facility is a childcare subsidy (CCS) eligible program providing Before & After School and Vacation Care for children in prep to year 8. Our P&C managed service encourages 'Kids to be kids' in a safe, supported & supervised environment.
Venue: Walbai Gundoo (Children's House)
41-67 Tallow Wood Dr, Kuluin QLD 4558
Hours: Before school care (6.45am - 8.45am)
After school care (3.00pm - 6.00pm)
Vacation care (7.00am - 6.00pm)
Closed Public Holidays
Phone: (07) 5477 0175 - leave message on voice mail if phone unattended.
A completed enrolment form and payment of the enrolment fee is required at least 24 hours prior to the requested start date. Management insists upon meeting the parent/guardian and child before commencement. Various factors will be taken into consideration before allocating spaces.
Download the Family Info Package and Enrolment Application through this link:
View the Vacation Care Program though this link below (available from Week 9 each term): https://form.jotform.com/213211050372842
Kuluin OSHC strives to provide children with opportunities to achieve quality educational outcomes through embedding a child led, play-based program within a safe and supportive environment, enhancing their individual development while acknowledging their capabilities and competency as facilitators of their own learning. This philosophy reflects the beliefs and values of The Kuluin School community. It draws on contemporary theories and research about children and educational processes.
Our Service values Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures as a core part of our nation's history, present day and future. We embrace the belief that all people have the right to their individual and cultural identity being recognised and respected.
Children achieve the most in environments where there are meaningful and supportive relationships among all partners in the community. Establishing positive relationships with children, families, educators, management, and the wider community is essential. How we engage with each other and what we do and say has significant impact on how these relationships are established and enhanced.
Our educators and management believe that everyone has the right to be safe, the right to be respected and the right to learn. The staff, children and families accept the responsibility of ensuring that the United Nations Rights of the Child are acknowledged, upheld and strongly defended within our community. Through critical reflection, professional development and evaluative practice, we endeavour to provide an environment which supports families in the care and education of our most precious resource and our future – our children.