Out of School Hours Care
Trinity College has three Out of School Hours Care services located at our schools at Blakeview, Gawler (North and South), and Gawler River providing Before School Care (BSC), After School Care (ASC) and Vacation Care programs (VAC).
Our goal is to provide inclusive and child-centred care that allows children to develop skills and independence through quality programming and positive child-educator relationships. We aim to offer children recreational experiences that provide for their social, physical, emotional and intellectual development, whilst also drawing on the interests of individual children to create a child based program. We encourage a collaborative culture that creates a strong sense of belonging within Trinity and the wider community.
We support, train and educate our staff to certify their skills and ensure that their knowledge is constantly developing, ensuring safe and inclusive practices for all of the children within our care.
All centres - 6.30am to 8.30am
We offer a number of healthy breakfast choices, with a special breakfast once a week (e.g. scrambled eggs, pancakes or similar). We encourage parents supply a toothbrush to assist with dental hygiene practices.
Blakeview & Gawler River - 3.00pm to 6.00pm
Gawler (North & South) - 3.00pm to 6.30pm
We provide a quiet space for homework, supervised computer time, crafts, games, gardening, science experiments and outdoor play all in a safe secure environment as well as a number of yummy snacks.
Blakeview - 6.30am to 6.00pm
Gawler (North & South) - 6.30am to 6.30pm
Gawler River - 7.00am to 6.00pm
We offer a range of breakfast cereals (closes at 8.00am) and an afternoon snack. Our excellent daily programs offer participants the chance to explore new learning opportunities through a range of crafts, activities, special guests and excursions whilst building relationships with our peers and community. Day excursions include Adelaide Zoo, Wizbang, Hoyts Cinema complex, ten pin bowling and more.
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