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Welcome to Putney Public School out of School Hours Care

Welcome to Putney OOSH (Out of School Hours). We are an accredited non-profit community based centre providing care and recreation for the children of Putney Public School.

We are located on the grounds of the school and our hours of operation are 7.00am to 9.00am before school care, and 3.15pm to 6.00pm after school care.  

The Putney OOSH centre is licensed for 120 children before and after school.

News

We are now accredited!

On 14th of March, 2017 we became officially accredited against the National Quality Standard "Early Childhood Education and Care and School Age Care" with the NSW Department of Education.  You can view our Certificate here.

Upcoming Events

Wednesday

03/04/2024

7:00 am

Parents Breakfast (all welcome!)

Every Tuesday

(afternoon session)

Dancing

Friday 12/04/2024

Last day term 1

Tuesday 30/04/2024

First day term 2

Vacancies

Day

Before (AM)

After (PM)

Monday

Available

Waitlist

Tuesday

Available

Waitlist

Wednesday

Available

Waitlist

Thursday

Available

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Friday

Available

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About the Center

Center

The Putney OOSH service is fully integrated and genuinely responsive to the local community and its culture. Children and parents are invited to regularly contribute to the centre through suggestions, meetings, surveys, and feedback that guides and informs future initiatives.

Our centre also offers a range of information relevant to the school, the local community and children's health and welfare.

OPENING TIMES

The Putney OOSH centre operates between 7.00am to 9.00am and 3.15pm until 6.00pm.

The centre is closed during school holidays, public holidays and school development days.

Program

Our program is created to provide a stimulating and fun environment which is rich in opportunities for children of all ages and abilities.

Our staff closely observe and interact with children in order to fully understand individual needs and interests. Programs are created in the centre and reflect these observations, ideas and suggestions.

Our staff also work closely with the school both to support the education of your children and also to participate as part of the whole school community.

Activities included in the program include:

  • Clubs and interest groups lead by children
  • Quiet areas for reading/ homework
  • Outdoor games and sports
  • Creative and imaginative play
  • Art and craft
  • Cooking club
  • Projects and construction
Parent Management Committee

The Putney OOSH centre is an incorporated association which is overseen by a Parent Management Committee. We are made up of volunteer parents who were elected/voted onto the committee at the AGM.

Our role is to oversee the management of the OOSH, whilst our centre Director, Rosie is responsible for its day-to-day running. We must adhere to our Constitution and various guidelines set out for out of hours school care.

Becoming a member of the Parent Management Committee 

Member parents are welcomed to nominate themselves for the committee at the Annual General Meeting.

 

PARENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS 2017

President - Shelley Broomhead

Vice President - Monique Byatt

Secretary - Kim Beattie

Treasurer - Sunil Morar

Public Officer - Jodi Lindsay

Committee Member - Rowenna Brown

Committee Member - Eleanor Chaine

Committee Member - Roslyn McNutt

Committee Member - Sue Chapman

Committee Member - Roula Darnell

Food and Nutrition

Food is an important part of our daily routine. We provide interesting and nutritious food each session and encourage children's participation in the preparation, presentation  and serving of meals.

Food times are seen as a social event where children and educators can relax, talk about their day and experience a variety of foods.

We provide nutritious and varied food, and children are encouraged to develop good eating habits through example and education.

 

Breakfast is served daily at the Centre between 7.00am & 8:00am. This consists of fruit, cereal, toast, muffins, crumpets, porridge. Children are offered Milo, Milk, Fruit Juice and Water to drink.

 

Afternoon tea is served on arrival at 3.30pm and includes a wide variety of home made hot or cold food, such as sandwiches, pasta, rice with chicken, soup or wraps etc.  Fresh fruit and vegetables are available at afternoon tea.

 

High standards of hygiene are maintained throughout all food preparation and we maintain a record of any allergies that our children may have.

 

 

Menu

The Poosh menu is changed regularly and is updated on the Poosh noticeboard for your reference. we are happy for you to make any suggestions to our menu.

Staff

Rosie Pruscino

Rosie has worked with children professionally for over 25 years, with extensive experience in teaching and supporting younger children.

Rosie currently holds a Diploma in childrens services

Educators