What’s on Term 4 2017
16th October to 15th December
We are open Monday to Friday from 7am to 6pm (355 days per year).
Long Day Care (for children aged from 6 weeks to 6 years of age) offers hourly, morning, afternoon or whole day sessions. The Occupational
Anyone with children aged 0-5 years in the local area can access the programs listed on this timetable. You don’t have to have children attending the Centre to be eligible.
Getting here: Train: On the Outer Harbour Line alight at Taperoo station (head north-west to Gedville Road) Bus: Route 333 (Port Adelaide to North Haven. Alight at stop 56.
The Children’s Centre is the building nearest the roundabout (corner) of Military and Gedville Roads at 23 Gedville Road, Taperoo. Ocean View College and Children’s Centre is a Birth to Year 13 Government (Public) School located in the suburb of Taperoo, l8.5 km from Adelaide’s CBD.
Ocean View Children’s Centre – Term Four Program – 2017 For more information please phone 82482593 or email Director of Education and Care Sharon.Jameson43@schools.sa.edu.au
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|Program||Long Day Child Care 7 am to 6 pm||Long Day Child Care 7 am to 6 pm||Long Day Child Care 7 am to 6 pm||Long Day Child Care 7 am to 6 pm||Long Day Child Care 7 am to 6 pm|
|Program||DECD Preschool Morning session 8.45 to 11.45am Afternoon session 12.15 to 3pm||DECD Preschool Morning session 8.45 to 11.45am Afternoon session 12.15 to 3pm||DECD Preschool Morning session 8.45 to 11.45am
No afternoon session
|DECD Preschool Morning session 8.45 to 11.45am Afternoon session 12.15 to 3pm||DECD Preschool Morning session 8.45 to 11.45am Afternoon session 12.15 to 3pm|
|Program||Occupational Therapist: Sarah Monday and Thursday.||
Family Services Coordinator
Free and confidential assistance in dealing with challenges affecting your family.
Contact the Centre on 8248 2593 for a confidential chat. Tuesday’s available for Drop-in appointments.
If your child is turning 4 years of age on or before April 30th 2016, they are eligible to start preschool at the beginning of the school year in 2018.
The Centre will close at 12:30pm on Wednesday the 22nd of December 2017 and re- open at 7am Tuesday the 9th of January.
“Tantrum Taming” Parent Workshop Facilitated by Speech Pathologist and Occupational Therapist.
Thursday 23rd November 1:30pm to 3pm.
For parents/carers of children 2 to 5 years old.
|Midwifery Led Antenatal Women’s and Children’s Hospital Midwife Ros McDonough Appointment times are available from 9am to 5pm. (including school holidays) Telephone Pregnancy Referral Support Line on 1300 368820 for first appointment.|
SPOT Group (Speech and Occupational Therapy Group) for children at risk of developmental delay. For children aged 12 months to 4 years (accompanied by a parent or caregiver) Referral Only
Inquiries telephone Sarah or Lynda 82482593
Lynda Barclay Monday and Thursday afternoons
“A Story A Day” book borrowing
Available in Pre-School on Thursdays after Kindergarten at 3pm and in Wombat room 4pm – 5pm
Family Services Coordinator
Annalise Nicholls Monday to Friday
The Community Development Coordinator (CDC)
engages child, family, community and a range of services to understand, develop and represent local initiatives for creating a child friendly community. If you want to volunteer or contribute to our community with an education focus, please contact the CDC.
The Occupational Therapist (OT) and Speech Pathologist (SP)
work with families and Children’s Centre staff to support children’s development in areas such as movement and hand skills, talking and understanding, behaviour and eating. The therapists are active in playgroups and by talking with families who come to the Centre. The OT and SP program also supports parents in identifying children with delays in development, providing referral pathways to the NDIS, for example, and tailoring strategies and activity ideas to support children and families in the home.
The Family Services Coordinator (FSC)
connects with local families with children aged 0-5 years. The FSC provides group and individual focus and support for families around issues that affect parents, caregivers and their children, including the provision of information and links to other services.