Out of School Hours Care (OSHC), Vacation Care and Holiday Programs

              Out of School Hours Care (OSHC), Vacation Care and Holiday Programs

We recognise that working parents need support, thus our OSHC operates both mornings and afternoons for Junior School students. This program provides students with supervised homework support as well as recreation and play activities.

Vacation Care is provided during all school holiday breaks and includes a variety of off-site excursions. To view the April Holiday Program and to register which days your child will attend, click here. You will also need to fill in the below Application Form and return to the Junior School Reception.

In addition, other holiday programs, such as Code Camp, provide students from Loreto as well as surrounding schools an opportunity to develop new skills in an area of interest.

Please review our Out of School Hours Care Policy and Booking Form below and the Vacation Care Application Form and Information Document.

Due to the imminent changes to the Child Care payments, parents/caregivers need to do a Centrelink Child Care Subsidy Assessment now.
 
You can do your assessment through myGov using your Centrelink online account. Or, through the Express Plus Centrelink mobile app. This is important, because if you don’t do your assessment, you may not receive any subsidy from 2 July.
 
Please do this as soon as possible. To find out more, visit education.gov.au/childcare or watch this short video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8q6sTeqWkcY.
 
Should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the Finance Office on 08 8334 4200 or via email finance@loreto.sa.edu.au.

 

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