Helping Hands at Yarrilee
Helping Hands Network manages and operates the Outside School Hours
Care (OSHC) Program at the school.
Helping Hands Network is committed to building stronger, happier and
healthier school communities through the provision of quality childcare in
partnership with children, parents and schools.
Our service meets all National and State Quality Assurance and licensing
requirements and is convenient to use.
We work with government departments to ensure parents receive the
maximum financial contribution available for the cost of care.
Staff at Helping Hands
Helping Hands Network employ staff that have the appropriate
qualifications and who are passionate about providing a program for your child
that will meet their specific needs with regard to age, skill, interest and
our programs are developed in consultation with the children, parents, school
community and staff. A weekly program
and menu is displayed at the service.
Our programs are tailored to cater to the children’s age, skill,
interests and abilities through a variety of challenging and recreational
activities. We provide a broad range of activities, e.g. cooking, music,
sporting activities, homework club, free play, water activities, dance,
construction, art and craft, outdoor activities. The development of life skills
is an important part of our program and we recognize the importance of
understanding middle childhood and play in the development of children. Through observation and evaluation we are
constantly ensuring our programs meet our desired outcomes.
Rebates and fees
Helping Hands is an approved Child Care provider and families may be
eligible to claim rebates on their fees.
Please contact the Coordinator on 0459 131 552 for any information
on the program, rebates, enrolment information or to obtain a quote.
days staff can be contacted from 2.30pm onwards.
For more information on Helping Hands Network, please see
our website www.helpinghandsnetwork.com.au