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Woronora River  OSHC

On the grounds of Woronora River Public school, the Woronora River out-of-school hours care (OSHC) is housed in the building to the right of the school's entrance. Our environment provides children with ample opportunities for outdoor natural play, where they can enjoy the fresh air, play sports such as tennis on the school's tennis court, and experience riverside adventures, just one minute from school; activities that only a few services have the opportunity to enjoy.

 

Woronora River (OSHC) educates and cares for children K-6 from Woronora River Public School. It operates 5 days per week, 7am to 9am and 3:15pm to 6pm, 40 weeks per year (excluding public holidays). We also offer Vacation Care for school holiday periods, from 7am to 6pm at our local Bonnet Bay OSHC vacation care.

Our qualified educators incorporate the “My Time Our Place Framework”, encouraging children to choose between exploring, experimenting, being active or finding a quiet area to read a book or just be. Our program provides for all children of all abilities. The program includes a nutritious afternoon tea, craft, science, computer games, group games, and sport. We also provide an extension to the school curriculum by supporting children with their homework or school projects.

 

We recognise that children's comfort and well-being extend beyond meeting the children’s basic needs. For that reason, we use Maslow's hierarchy of needs as a framework to ensure that children are supported beyond their basic and survival needs. We implement the 5 tiers of the pyramid, beginning with meeting the children's basic needs and ending with motivating them to be the best they can be (the pyramid's top). (Woronora River is coming soon)

Self-
Actualisation

Esteem Needs

Love & belongings needs

Safety Needs

Physiological Needs

The desire to become
the most one can be

Respect, confidence,  recognition, strength, freedom

Friendship, intimacy,  family, sense of connection.

Personal Security, resources, health, property.

Air, water, food, shelter, warmth, clothing, sleep & rest etc.

What we do 

Self-Actualisation

  • We provide age-appropriate risk-taking activities to challenge and motivate children to do better

  • We provide experiences so the children can become active participants in the community

  • We build upon their strength and utilise them to inform our practises

  • We praise and acknowledge children's achievements 

Esteem Needs

  • We teach children diversity and cultural acceptance. We value them for who they are and we embrace differences as strenghts

  •  We value their opinion and encourage them to make choices 

  • We let them take part in the centre's chores so they can demonstrate their competencies

  • We encourage them to pursue their interests and we extend on them

  • We show genuine love and care

Love and belongings Needs

  • We make time for each child equally so they feel valued and secure in our relationship with them

  • We encourage children to build relationships with others through play activities 

  • We acknowledge children's emotions as valid and acceptable 

  • We make an effort to build respectful relationships with their families and people in their lives

Safety Needs

  • Children's safety is our number 1 priority. Policies and procedures are develop to minimise any potential risks including:

  • Physical and environmental hazards,

  • Medical condition plans are developed,

  • Child protection procedures are in place and regular updated,

  • Staff are trained to respond to risk regarding children's safety and wellbeing.

Physiological Needs

  • We provide healthy meals that are designed in consultation with a nutritionist 

  • Spar clothing is available at our service

  • Sleep and rest areas are designed to meet children's needs.

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