Office / Junior Site (02) 9428 4263
Senior Site (Yr3 - 6) 2.30pm - 6pm 0402 630 727

Children have a strong identity

Children are connected with and contribute to their world

Children have a strong sense of wellbeing

What is happening at LCOOS?

2020 Applications are now open and will close 26 September 2019.

Term 2 2019

Junior Site: (Kindy-Yr 2)
Monday - Craft Class
Tuesday  - Homework CLub
Wednesday - Cooking Class
Thursday - Science Class

Senior Site:

Monday - Science Class
Tuesday- Homework Club
Thursday - Skater HQ
Friday - Cooking Class

Term 1 2019

Junior Site: (Kindy-Yr 2)
Monday - Homework Club
Tuesday  - Craft Class
Wednesday -Science
Thursday - Yoga/ Meditation trial
Friday - Cooking Class

Senior Site: (Y3 - Y6)
Monday - Homework Club
Tuesday  - Cooking Class
Wednesday - Chess/ Games Club trial
Thursday - Science Class
Friday - Skater HQ

Parent Management Committee:

Our aim is to constantly seek family input and this forum offers families to contribute to service decisions (QA6)

Please let us know if you would like to attend the next PMC meeting.

Our next meeting (AGM) is scheduled for Term 3 @ 6pm (date to be confirmed) at 178 Longueville Road, LANE COVE.  Please advise if you can attend and if you will be bringing your children along

VACATION CARE.

July 2019 Booking Form 
Released Tuesday 4th June @ 930am. Please fill out Vacation care form located under Current families. Vacation care bookings are not done via My Family Lounge.

2019 Enrolments

Applications for 2019 are now closed, please email the centre to enquire about places for 2019.

2020 Centre Information Evening:

The centre will be holding its annual information evening for 2020 enrolments later in the year (date to be confirmed).  This is a great opportunity for parents to bring their child/ren along and visit the centre and meet the staff before your child commences the new school year

2020 Enrolments

Applications for 2020 are now open and close 26 September

please complete the form under new families and return via email.

 

What we believe in:

A safe environment

We believe in providing a safe, caring, comfortable and happy atmosphere for each child to thrive in. We believe in creating strong relationships and promoting respect for all things and people.

Fostering development

We believe in assisting children in developing their own identify and understanding of their world. We encourage variety of choice to foster individual and group interests, needs and wants to build on skills, talents and abilities in all children.

An enriching program

Educators collaborate with children to provide active play & structured and spontaneous activities that are meaningful and support children’s wellbeing, self-esteem, confidence, learning & development.

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