Eatons Hill OSH Club

osh clubEatons Hill State School P&C Association is the Approved Provider of Eatons Hill OSH Club. The OSH Club provides care for primary school-aged children in the Community Hall and P&C building located on the Eatons Hill State School campus at 1 Apex Grove. The Exceeding rated Service is open for before and after school care as well as during school holidays and is licensed to provide care for up to 255 children.

The OSHC team is committed to providing high-quality service that supports the needs of each child in a creative, stimulating, and safe environment. The Service aims to extend and enrich children’s wellbeing by providing experiences that are meaningful to the children in an environment that allows them to explore, discover, build relationships, solve problems, create, construct, improvise and imagine. The program is well resourced with a variety of board games, arts and crafts materials, sports equipment, books, and indoor and outdoor toys. The Service also has access to school facilities such as the cricket and basketball courts, ovals and Sports Hall.

Members of the OSHC team bring a wide variety of backgrounds and experience in childcare and work in accordance with the National Quality Framework and the Education and Care Services National Regulations.   They are guided in best practice by the School Aged Framework – My Time, Our Place.

Arts _ Crafts OutsideBy focusing on the three themes of Being, Belonging, and Becoming which underpin the framework, My Time, Our Place, educators provide children with opportunities to maximise their potential and develop a foundation for future success in life. A sense of belonging is created by fostering meaningful relationships between educators, children, families and the wider community. Children experience a sense of being by enjoying themselves in the engaging and inclusive environment where they are encouraged to let their interests guide their experiences. A sense of becoming is achieved by taking a holistic view to support the emotional and physical well-being of each child; positively supporting children in their choices and guiding them when they seek assistance to overcome challenges.

Care is available to primary school aged children from Prep to Grade 6 from the beginning of the calendar year in which children will attend school, meaning newly enrolled preps can begin attending vacation care at OSHC as of 1st January, of the year they enrol for prep.

Parents are required to complete a new enrolment form and register their care needs through My Family Lounge each year before their child can attend. A Debit Success payment form is also required the first year of enrolment and thereafter when details change. In October, existing families are given a 4-week priority period to register their care needs for the following year. Once this priority period expires, enrolment is opened to all families.

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Outside School Hours Care


Before School Care

$15.50 per day
$18.50 casual

After School Care

$21.00 per day
$24.00 casual

Vacation Care

Basic Day - $50.00
Incursion Day - $60.00
Excursion Day - $65.00
(+$10.00 per day after deadline)

Hours: 6:30am-9:00am
Cost: $15.50 per day; $18.50 casual booking

Before School Care (BSC) is held in the Community Hall for Senior children (Years 3-6) and in the P&C Building for Juniors (Years Prep-2).  Prep children are escorted to class and leave the P&C building at 8:30 to walk across campus – no Prep children can be signed in for care after the Prep group leaves the building.  The remaining junior children are also signed out starting at 8:30am.  The children should then go to their appropriate class line and on to the oval until the 8:50am school bell.

Breakfast is offered between 7:00am and 8:00am with last call at 7:50am.  Breakfast consists of a variety of healthy cereals, wholemeal toast with spreads and fresh fruit.  Gluten-free cereal and soy milk are also available.


Hours: 3:00pm-6:00pm
Cost: $21.00 per day; $24.00 casual booking

For After School Care (ASC), Prep children are collected from their classroom and escorted to the P&C Building, arriving generally around 3:20pm.  The remaining grade levels walk from their classroom directly to the appropriate OSHC building with arrival anticipated by 3:10pm.

Year 1 children are collected and escorted to the OSHC from the beginning of the school year until they are transitioned to walk to OSHC by themselves by the end of Term 1.

Afternoon tea and a late snack of fresh fruit are offered daily.

Families must arrange for collection of their children by 6:00pm or a late fee of $15 per 15 minutes or any part thereof per child applies.


Hours: 6:30am-6:00pm
Cost Basic Day: $50.00
Cost Incursion Day: $60.00
Cost Excursion Day: $65.00
+$10.00 per day per child after deadline

Vacation Care is offered during end of term breaks and on pupil free school days.  Fees vary according to the activity that is programmed for the day.  Programs are distributed by email 3 weeks before the break.  Regular term time bookings do not carry into Vacation Care, instead, families may pick and choose which days they would like to book their children into.

Separate programs will be run in the JR and SR OSHC buildings as they are during term time.  All children will be checked in to the service in the SR building until 9:15am and then all children will be collected and signed out of the service from the JR building after 3:15pm.

Breakfast, afternoon tea and a late snack of fresh fruit are offered daily. Your child needs to bring the following items (labelled with their full name) each day:

  • Water bottle - Water is available to refill water bottles throughout the day
  • Appropriate sun protection clothing which covers their full shoulders (No singlets)
  • Broad Brimmed Hat – “No Hat, Shade Play Only”
  • Enclosed-toe shoes such as runners, no thongs or sandals
  • Ready-made Morning Tea & Lunch (We cannot heat/reheat any items)

Your child needs to wear his/her EHSS uniform shirt for all excursions. NO SPARE SHIRTS WILL BE AVAILABLE. If your child arrives without their school polo. You will be required to return home to collect it. 

CARING educators offering FUN in a SAFE & SUPPORTIVE environment
makes a QUALITY Service.

What this means to us:



ensuring all children have a sense of belonging as we endeavour to build meaningful relationships with children, families and the wider community; having a genuine interest to listen and acknowledge concerns, ideas and feelings; each child’s best interests is at the heart of our actions.


ensuring all children have a sense of being by enjoying themselves in an engaging, inclusive environment; providing new opportunities and allowing children’s interests to guide their experiences.


conducting daily risk assessments of environment before each session; ensuring all students feel secure and welcomed within the environment; consistently utilising effective policies and procedures; active supervision and awareness.



developing a sense of becoming by taking a holistic view to support the emotional and physical well-being of each child; positively supporting children in their choices and guiding them when they seek assistance to overcome challenges; allowing children to make mistakes so they can then grow and learn from them.



Staff with relevant knowledge and a high skill level facilitated by ongoing training and professional development; reflection on practice for continuous improvement; documenting purposeful events and interactions.