About Us

Our OSHC educators have a variety of relevant qualifications and experience including teaching, children’s services and disability support.

Since 2006 we have had consistent educators working at Vacation Care and After School Care.To ensure continuity of care for the children who attend our service throughout their primary school years.

All staff hold current Working With Children Checks.

First aid, anaphylaxis /asthma certificates and Child Protection Certificates.

Playing tag with the children.

Other Important Information

Hygiene: Here at Broulee After School Care centre we adhere to the national hygiene standards, believe in and greatly encourage minimising the spread of infection such as coughs, colds and tummy bugs. When the children arrive each day, we ensure that they wash their hands thoroughly with soap and water, this procedure is repeated often through the day.

What can families do? Washing hands with soap and water is the single most effective way to reduce the spread of bacteria – please talk to your children about the importance of washing and drying their hands properly. At the centre, antibacterial liquid soap and paper towel are provided for children and staff to wash their hands.

Quality Improvement Plan (QIP)

As part of the continual quality assessment and rating process from the Department of Education – the (QIP) is required for all child care services. It is a yearly plan of what we see as our goals for improvement.

For 2018 our service is working towards improving our processes for developing, documenting and evaluating our programs. One way we will gather information for this process will be through child and family feedback forms. Soon to be given to all families.

Broulee After School and Vacation Care

Broulee After School and Vacation Care is a child-focused centre.

We are committed to provide a safe and nurturing environment that nurtures the development and care of each and every child.