We’re here to ensure your child starts and ends their day with a smile on their face.

Whether they attend a Primary OSHCare service daily, or only occasionally, you can rest assured that each visit will be just as exciting and engaging.

Fun, high-quality programs

Fun, high-quality programs

Primary OSHCare provides exceptional Outside School Hours Care Programs to thousands of happy children every day. We focus on fostering safe, caring and stimulating environments that allow children to relax, grow and thrive.

Our Coordinators plan a wide variety of fun, structured, and educational activities every day. These are tailored to the ages and interests of the children in their care, which offers plenty of choice to everyone.

We also offer the children opportunity to rest, complete their homework or participate in unstructured play. We’re always there to lend a helping hand if required.

You can read more about our exceptional care and quality programs in our Primary OSHCare Family Handbook.

Activities designed for everyone

Activities designed for everyone

Each child has their own idea of what’s fun and, at Primary OSHCare, we love to celebrate these varied interests. We offer a wide range of engaging activities during Before and After School Care including:

  •   Clubs and interest groups lead by children
  •   Quiet areas for reading
  •   Homework Club
  •   Outdoor games and sports
  •   Creative and imaginative play
  •   Art and craft
  •   Cooking
  •   Projects and construction.
How to enrol

How to enrol

Enrolment is easy and completely free. 

Click here to create an account and complete our online enrolment form. Select the Primary OSHCare service for your child’s school and enter all required information into the nominated/specified fields.

Once enrolled, booking sessions through the Parent Portal is simple! An online enrolment form must be completed before your child can attend the service and if your family details or emergency contacts change, please update them through our website so that our records remain current.