The My Time Our Place school aged framework will underpin the centre program and standards will be set which continue to aspire to ensure children's health and safety, and also promote play, learning and development through positive experiences and interactions.

Current Program


Before School Care

All children must be signed in to the service by a parent/guardian.

Commences 7-9am . Breakfast is between the hours of 7am-8am with children encouraged to participate in the preparation of breakfast and self serving. Children are signed out to school by an educator from 8.30 am Kindy children from 8.40 Kindy children are escorted to and from their  classrooms in term 1.

Breakfast is available from 7- 8am after 8am Cereal only is available


After School Care

All children are signed in at  2.55

Afternoon tea is provided from 3.10- 3.40 group announcements and collaboration,

choices of activities indoor/outdoor

5pm roll call & light snack of fruit

5.30 quiet activities- 6pm close

all children are to be signed out by parent/guardian or authorised person

Play Areas

The Centre is in a unique environment surrounded by natural bush we utilise areas including the school courtyard and covered area, school oval, school hall, play equipment and outdoor  covered learning  area. The vegetable/herb  patch and bush tucker garden and tepee/outdoor bush area/composting


Our menu is situated above the sign in out desk, it is reviewed daily and organised every 3 weeks

We provide a variety of healthy choices and endeavour to meet individual dietary requirements, seasonal, cultural and children's tastes. The children are regularly consulted in regards to suggestions of foods and healthy nutritional education is incorporated into the program.

Considerations are in place in regards to cultural differences/religion/allergies/health  nutrition and food preparation. Cooking activities are often led by the children, recipes provided by families and then incorporated into the menu especially for 5pm snacks. Breakfast where possible is prepared by educators and the children and encouragement to participate in this relaxed social time is supported.

Our Centre provides a menu where possible that is consistent with the latest dietary guidelines “Australian Dietary Guidelines” released in 2013.

The Australian Dietary Guidelines use the best available scientific evidence to provide information on the types and amounts of foods, food groups and dietary patterns that aim to:

  • promote health and wellbeing
  • reduce the risk of diet-related conditions
  • reduce the risk of chronic disease.

(Australian Government National Health and Medical Research Council) - Summary of Australian Dietary Guidelines

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