Holiday care with a difference

Tuesday 14 March, 2017

Holiday Care Autumn Program

If you or someone you know is looking for exceptional quality childcare to occupy your daughter or son during the autumn school holidays, the Pymble Ladies’ College School Holiday Program, Kids on Campus, is your peace-of-mind solution.

Kids on Campus is run by Pymble’s Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) Centre, which has been ranked as Exceeding National Quality Standard, having achieved ‘Exceeding’ in all of the seven quality areas assessed this year by the NSW Department of Education.

Girls and boys who are in Kindergarten to Year 6 in 2017 are eligible to attend and will love the exciting and varied program of activities, incursions and excursions planned.

The autumn on-campus program includes a Messy Art Day, when children decorate a canvas bag to take home, a DIY Treasure Hunt challenge, the ‘Is it Magic or is it Science?’ Show, Monster Skating and a 9D Cinema experience.

Excursions include a trip to the ‘Canoelands’ working orchard and to Inflatable World where kids can jump, climb and bounce until their hearts are content!

In addition, children will have the option to swim every afternoon in the brand new Aquatic Centre at Pymble.

“Kids on Campus is an active outdoors-based program designed to let kids be kids in a happy, caring and professionally-supervised setting within the beautiful Pymble Ladies’ College campus,” said Program Co-ordinator, Ms Fi Stevenson.

“Screen time will be forgotten from the moment the kids arrive and engage in the non-stop program of events, activities and incursions we have planned for every day.”

Kids on Campus runs from 7.30am until 6.00pm daily, from Friday 7 April 2017 to Friday 21 April 2017, within the Junior School at Pymble Ladies’ College.

Click on the following link for a full list of program activities as well as registration and payment instructions.

The Pymble School Holiday Program is Approved Child Care, allowing families to claim the Child Care Benefit and Rebate. Bookings are essential.

For further details contact Program Co-ordinator, Ms Fi Stevenson:; (02) 9855 7741; 0439 044 279.