Curly Kids OOSH is a P&C run service made up of a team of Educators, office management and volunteers dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for all our children.
An approved before and after school care service with its facilities lease-designated by the school. A staff to children ratio of 1:15, situated within the Curl Curl North Public School grounds.
The before school, after school and Vacation care centre caters for working families whose children are enrolled and attend the Curl Curl North Public School only throughout the school year calendar.
Curly Kids OOSH values its families and provides the highest quality care for its students. Open communication is vital as is building relationships with the families and students when enrolled at the service.
Any families wishing to register for a 2020 placement at OOSH should fill out the Expression of Interest form and submit it the Curly Kids OOSH service via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note however that we are a Waitlist Service.
We provide an educational program reflective of our framework, offering dynamic learning opportunities that help support our children's physical, social, emotional, cognitive and creative development in OOSH.
We encourage cross-year socialisation and create environments for our children to actively play. As Educators, we encourage the children to celebrate their own diverse interest and connect it to our weekly programs, evoking the involved learner.
We believe in a child's freedom of choice in ones' play, with boundaries emplaced to support the child's wellbeing.
We aim to establish respectful relationships with our children and their families to help support a child's sense of identity.
The foundation of the Centre is reliant on a team of staff, volunteer parents, and school, support of its families, community and its involvement of its children. The family friendly environment established by its Educators and Management Team, ensures all new and existing families are positively welcomed into the Centre, and receive continuing support throughout their schooling years.