Long Day Care

 

Our Long Day Care Services operate in rural and urban fringe areas, where the need for flexible Long Day Care has been recognised. We currently run Long Day Care Sessions in Oberon and Perthville and will be opening in O'Connell in 2020. Please click on each of these links to find out further information about the individual venue.

Our Long Day Care Services still operate in a Mobile context, enabling the flexibility to operate varying hours and days dependent on the needs of the community. Our Long Day Care Services are all Licensed and regulated in line with the "Children (Education and Care Services) Supplementary Provisions Regulation 2019. 

Enrollment numbers vary according to the capacity of the venue but are usually between 10 to 20 children per day. Fees may vary in different communities as they are reflective of the varying hours of operation. All Long Day Care Services are eligible for the Child Care Subsidy (CCS) rebate. 

Our qualified Educators provide a program that encompasses The Early Years Learning Framework curriculum and is play based with a strong focus on the interests of the children.  

 

 

WHAT TO BRING:

  • Packed Morning tea and Lunch

  • Drink bottles or Bottles

  • Dummy, Blanket or comforter

  • Nappy creams 

  • Hat or Beanie

  • Jacket depending on the season

  • Spare change of clothes

WHAT IS INCLUDED:

  • Nappy change facilities, including nappies, wipes etc.

  • Cots, beds and linen

  • Sunscreen

  • Afternoon Tea - this is dependent on the hours of operation 

  For further information regarding our Long Day Care, please Contact Us.

Call Us: 02 6352 3798  - Email: director@gallopinggumnut.org.au  /   131 Mort Street, Lithgow NSW  2790

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Funding Acknowledgment

"The Australian Government provides financial support for this Budget Based Funded Child Care service under the Community Support Programme".

"The NSW Governnent provides financial support for our Preschool Program"