The advice from the government and NSW Health is that parents and carers across the state are strongly encouraged to keep their children at home unless they need to be at an education or care service. If families are able to care for their children at home, they should do so.
Following this advice, we will be operating vacation care with a limited capacity this upcoming spring school holidays, opening only to children of essential workers, vulnerable and at-risk children.
If you require care this upcoming school holidays you can register your expression of interest on this form: https://forms.gle/cPGSUgJbJG5VxmjK9
We will not be sending out a programme of activities, but you can be assured all our days will be pre-planned and structured with a variety of activities held in-centre. You will be notified in advance of any additional requirements for each day (i.e. bikes/scooters, change of clothes etc.)
Current regulations require all our staff to wear masks inside and outside when working at OOSH. For the safety of the staff and children we are continuing to perform enhanced cleaning and sanitising of all OOSH areas and equipment. All our staff are either partially or fully vaccinated and we are organising as many activities as possible to take place outside.
As an essential service if you need care, we will do our best to provide it.