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OSHC

The school offers a child centred, inclusive, & innovative out of school hour’s program.

We are open between 7:45am until 8:45am each morning and 3:10pm until 6:00pm each afternoon during term time. During the holidays (except public holidays) we are open from 7:45am until 6:00pm. We are located in the O’Brien Street building. Enrolment forms are available from the school office or the OSHC area when staff are available, alternatively you can download a PDF copy to email to us

As enrolments are limited by the Department of Family and Community Services’ policy, an enrolment form must be completed before a child may attend the program.

Sturt Street Community School is guided by the Department’s rules of Priority of Access when enrolling students. We are currently rated as “Meeting National Quality Standard” by the Education & Early Childhood Services Registration & Standards Board of South Australia.

Fees apply for the program, though most parents should be eligible to receive childcare benefits.

Parent /Family Handbook
PDF Link

OSHC Enrolment Form
PDF Link

July 2024 Vacation Care Program
PDF Link

Fees Update
PDF Link

Operating Hours

Before School Care
7:45am – 8:45am

After School Care
3:10pm – 6:00pm

Pupil Free Days
7:45am – 6:00pm

Vacation Care (school holidays)
7:45am – 6:00pm

OSHC – Fees

(commencing 31 July 2023)

BEFORE SCHOOL CARE
Regular/Permanent $17.00
Casual $20.00
Last Minute $22.00

AFTER SCHOOL CARE
Regular $27.00
Casual $30.00
Last Minute $33.00

VACATION CARE
Early Bird $64.50
Regular $71.00
Last Minute $74.00

PUPIL FREE DAY
$70.00

OSHC Staff

Kevin Borruso – Director

Assistant Director – Linj Chen

Assistance

Ph 8231 7990

Mob. 0434 743 981

oshc.sscs770@schools.sa.edu.au

Join Our Team…

Interested in working in a culturally diverse and inclusive environment?
We are always looking for qualified and unqualified educators to join our team.

Email your application and resume to, The Director oshc.sscs770@schools.sa.edu.au

Acknowledgement of Country

OSHC would like to acknowledge the Kaurna people as the custodians of the lands and waters of the Adelaide region on which we live and work