OSHClub are excited to have been selected as Spring Park’s Primary School’s dedicated onsite Before & After School Care provider.
Spring Parks OSHClub Program Benefits:
- The OSHC spaces will be filled with a wide range of play-based learning resources and equipment to meet the interests of all children (and we ask for input from our regulars to what they’d like to play with in service!).
- Affordable session fees, with no additional charges for casual bookings. We don’t charge enrolment or annual fees.
- Our staff are the best of the best. The majority of our team members are permanent, so you and your child/ren will have the opportunity to build long-lasting relationships. OSHClub staff provide a safe, caring and stimulating atmosphere.
- Our management team is based in Melbourne, and we make regular visits to the school to say hello.
- Super-charged fun! We offer an extensive range of activities that cater for the social, intellectual, physical, recreational and emotional needs of all children. We’re inclusive and welcoming.
Come along to our Parent Info Session. Want to know more about OSHClub? Join us for our Parent Info Session to learn about our exciting programs and ask any questions you may have.
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Meeting number: 2652 463 5855
Meeting Password: spps5538
Tuesday 7th December at 5:30pm
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Spring Parks OSHClub Parent Information Session
West Foundation students will be walking to Valley for a picnic lunch Friday 3rd December 2021.
They will be leaving at 9.30 am and be returning to west by 2 pm
Mrs Ary and Mrs Zaher have another two Kinder transition sessions on Thursday November 25th and one on Tuesday December 7th. Please call the Office if you’d like to book your child into one of the sessions.
Unfortunately this has been cancelled again. Noble Park pool is closed until 2022, so it is too late to organise an alternative venue, even if one was available. Most pools are in a similar situation with trying to find enough staff to teach the children
A notice will be sent home with arrangements for year 6 Graduation. With restrictions easing, Mr Adcock has been
able to secure a large function room at The Waltzing Matilda Hotel for dinner and the awards ceremony afterwards. More news about possible parent attendance in the notice and the cost for students for the dinner. Wednesday December 15th is the date – so put that in your diary if you have a student in Year 6
Our Year 5 students will be presenting their speeches to staff, in anticipation of being chosen as a Student Leader for 2022. We will announce our choices at the assembly on Friday December 17th at 10.00 a.m. We aren’t sure yet if parents will be able to attend, but if we are allowed, then all visitors must be double vaxxed and QR code into the school. As we’ve done in the past, the current student leaders will be involved in the assembly, by presenting the badges to the new leaders. Letters will be sent home to the families of the children who have been chosen as a student leader for 2022.
Our Junior School Council members presented a wonderful commemoration to people who had given up their lives in the world wars, at a special assembly on November 11th. Mrs Otenstein and Mrs Rakic organised the students to read The Ode and a poem from “On Flanders Fields”. We also heard The Last Post and sang the National Anthem. We stood outside on the grass area near our Australian flags and remembered those men and women who fought in conflicts across many countries.