COMMUNITY & FAMILY PARTNERSHIPS

School age children are involved in a range of activities throughout their school day and within their family and local environment.  Families, schools and local communities contribute to these opportunities provided for this age group. These partnerships shape children's  dispositions towards citizenship.

The service encourages building partnerships with families, the school and the local and wider community. Family involvement, this may be through verbal conversations when collecting children or waiting for children to conclude an activity.

Assisting in working bees, washing clothes, donations of recyclable items suggesting craft/sports activities/community events, special interests to name a few.

Our service is actively engaged in our local and wider community through numerous ongoing partnerships. Children enjoy excursions  to bowling, and the local community shops.

Partnerships have been formed with the school, local preschool's, nursing homes, children's hospital, local vet, local shopping Centre, IBM, Australian Sports Community Program, RSPCA, and many chosen charities including Fred Hollows Foundation, Save the Koala, Flying doctors, and the Salvation Army.


We have also welcomed many in house experiences with Council Environmental Educational and Libraries, dental hygienists, Police and Rural Fire Services, Wires and Bunnings Castle Hill. 

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Acknowledgment of Country We at Samuel Gilbert Out of School Hours Care would like to acknowledge the Darug people, who are the traditional custodians of the land. We would also like to pay respect to Elders, past, present, and emerging, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. Al-lo-wah jumna yenu way a permel ya Daruga Today we walk the land of the Darug Aboriginal People.

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