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Wominjeka everyone,

Winter Solstice Celebration:

First of all, we would like to thank all the families and friends who came along to our Winter Solstice Celebration last Thursday. In particular, a big thank you to our Jack for spending some time with the students, playing his guitar and singing along. That was simply a magic moment! Thank you Jack!  



Jewelry Making Extravaganza with Jackie:

Was great to see students like Flynn using their finger knitting skills to create a unique bracelet design. All the children were really supportive of each other when it came time to sorting through looking for letters to spell their names. It was also great to see them sharing solutions for ways to keep the beads from slipping off.

There was a lot of quiet persistence while mastering fiddly small beads and knots, great fine motor skills work. Everyone finished their pieces and seemed to create some beautiful colourful patterns. Mia used texture instead of colour and made gorgeous wooden earrings. She then helped Isotta make her earrings, very patiently and kindly.


Coloured Dust and Paint Making:

Spontaneously activities initiated by children are one of the best things that can happen in the OSHC program, supported by the educators children collaboratively made “fine dust” then paint sharing techniques.


Important notes:

  1. Payments due by the end of Term 2: all payments should be now made.

Please note: if there are outstanding fees no bookings will be confirmed in term 3.


2. Direct Debit: A reminder that you are going to switch our payment method do either Direct Debit or Credit Card from term 3. Forms are emailed out. You can write digitally on the PDF and email back or simply complete a hard copy form. Spare blank forms are also available at the program and school office.

All families must complete a Direct Debit form no matter how casually children attend the program. If you have any questions please let Bernadetta know.


OSHC Team.