Prince of Peace Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) offers before school, after school, pupil-free day and vacation care for children from Prep through to Middle College Years.
Our OSHC programs aim to extend and enrich children’s wellbeing and development through varied and exciting programs that allow children to play and explore in a stimulating environment. OSHC caters to the varying ages, skills, interests and abilities of the children in care, and includes a range of challenging recreational activities in accordance with the ‘My Time Our Place: framework for OSHC’ from the National Quality Framework.
OSHC is based at the Junior Campus and run on behalf of the College by Queensland Lutheran Early Childhood Services, on a not-for-profit basis.
We are licensed to have 66 children in care before school and 100 children after school, for pupil-free days and during school holidays.
Families can choose to make permanent or casual bookings for children, depending on family needs.
Hours of operation
20 Rogers Parade West
Everton Hills QLD 4053
07 3872 5740
Prince of Peace Primary OSHC – Everton Hills
Before school care: 6:30am – 8:30am
After school care: 2:30om – 6:00pm
Pupil-free day care: 6:30am – 6:00pm
Vacation care: 6:30am – 6:00pm
Services covered by the National Quality Framework have been assessed and rated against the seven Quality Areas of the National Quality Standard and the Education and Care Services National Regulations. The assessment and rating process aims to drive continuous quality improvement for services and provide families with better information for making choices about their children’s education and care. The overall rating for a service is determined by the combination of the ratings achieved in each Quality Area.
Each state and territory Regulatory Authority undertakes the assessment and rating process. The Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority, ACECQA, is responsible for ensuring consistency in assessment and ratings across Australia, assessing services for the Excellent rating and creating awareness in the sector and community about the assessment and rating process.
|1||Educational program and practice||Meeting National Quality Standard|
|2||Children’s health and safety||Working Towards National Quality Standard|
|3||Physical environment||Working Towards National Quality Standard|
|4||Staffing arrangements||Meeting Quality Standard|
|5||Relationships with children||Meeting Quality Standard|
|6||Collaborative partnerships with families and communities||Working Towards Quality Standard|
|7||Leadership and service management||Working Towards Quality Standard|
Overall Rating : Working Towards National Quality Standard