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Out of School Hours Care

At Eatons Hill OSH Club, we are committed to providing children with quality learning opportunities, delivered in a safe, secure and stimulating environment, while aspiring to deliver the highest standard of care.  Our Educators have a wide variety of experience in school age care and are guided in best practice by the Education and Care Services National Law Act 2010, National Regulations 2011, the School Aged Framework, My Time, Our Place and other relevant government regulatory bodies. 
My Time, Our Place aims to provide school aged children in outside school hours care with high quality care that promotes their learning and development while recognising the importance of social interactions and recreation.
Educators working in collaboration with children and their families, guide children’s learning by identifying their strengths and interests.  Our aim is to extend and enrich children’s wellbeing by providing stimulating, positive leisure experiences that foster self-esteem and confidence.  We strive to achieve this by recognising that children need time to interact with friends, practice social skills, solve problems, and provide new experiences while teaching life skills. This enhances children’s physical, emotional and social development while recognising the importance of creating a safe, caring and supportive environment. 
Eatons Hill OSH Club is managed by the Eatons Hill State School Parents and Citizens Association. The President of the P&C is the Approved Provider and ultimately accountable for all functions of the service. Eatons Hill State School Parents and Citizens Association holds monthly meetings in the Community Hall and executives are elected yearly at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in March.  Policies and management issues in regards to OSHC should be directed to the P&C Association rather than through the Principal or school.
Care is available to primary school aged children from Prep to Grade 6 from the beginning of the calendar year in which children will attend school, meaning newly enrolled preps can begin attending vacation care at OSHC as of 1st January, of the year they enrol for prep.
Parents/Guardians are required to complete a new enrolment form each year before their child can attend.  An ezidebit payment form is also required the first year of enrolment and thereafter when details change.  In October, existing families are given a 4-week priority period to register their care needs for the following year.  Once this priority period expires, enrolment is opened to all families.  Information acquired through the enrolment process will be handled with confidentiality and sensitivity and only accessed for purposes for which it was attained.
Parents/Guardians are responsible for informing the OSH Club of any changes to their personal information such as telephone numbers, addresses, authorised persons to collect children, and any medical or dietary considerations.
ns Hill OSH Club is only licensed to provide care for up to a specific number of children in each session:
·         Before School Care (BSC) – 200
·         After School Care (ASC) – 200
·         Vacation Care (VAC) – 150.
If required, the Service will prioritise bookings according to the Priority of Access Guidelines stipulated by the Australian Government.
OSH Club Manager   Taura Sanderson
aura has a Bachelor of Business degree and is licensed to teach early childhood through Year 4 students in the U.S.A.  She also has an extensive business background, focusing in human resources and has recently completed an Advanced Diploma of Community Services Management. Taura is the Nominated Supervisor for the OSH Club.
SR OSHC Coordinator Bev Eastwell
Bev has a Certificate 3 in Children’s Services and has been with the OSH Club for over 10 years.  She plays an integral role in the workings of the service and is always ready with a welcoming smile!
JR OSHC Coordinator      Candice Lines
Candice has both a Bachelor of Human Services and Education degree and has been working in childcare for approximately 4 years.  She is relatively new to the service but is excited to be a part of the team.
Assistant Coordinator    Lance Tapu
Lance assumed this newly created position at the start of 2017.  He is responsible for the outside play program and provides support for the Coordinators.
OSHC Administrator   Arrielle Sim
ielle has recently stepped into this role and is also qualified as an educator with Certificate III in Children's Services.
The Service employs a number of qualified educators to provide care for the children.  They are all experienced care-givers and trained in first aid and CPR.
Glen Duff          (M) 0406 320 422
                                                      Permanent                              Casual
Before School Care (BSC)             $14.50                                   $17.50
After School Care (ASC)               $18.00                                   $21.00
Vacation Care                                $50.00                                   $55.00
VAC – Incursion                             $55.00                                   $60.00
VAC – Excursion                            $60.00                                   $65.00                  
Please Note:Eatons Hill OSH Club is an approved provider which means that you can elect to have any Child Care Benefit (CCB) and Child Care Rebate (CCR) benefits paid directly to the Service to reduce your out of pocket expenses.
Before School Care: 6.30am - 9.00am
(Breakfast is served starting at 7:00am until last call at 7:50am)                                        
After School Care: 3.00pm - 6.00pm
(Afternoon tea is provided)
Vacation Care & Pupil Free Days: 6.30am - 6.00pm
Public Holidays: CLOSED
Holiday Closure Period: 25th December 2017 through 7th January 2018
Eatons Hill OSH Club
PO Box 106
Albany Creek, QLD 4035
PHONE: 07 3264 8500                     
For more information, please visit the Eatons Hill State School P&C website,