Before and After School Care
Before and After School Care Enrolments 2019
Mosman Council will review Before and After School care availability for 2019 in October Term Four.
The review will consider the care needs of existing families and the current waiting list.
The decision whether to accept new Enrolments will be updated here on the website and new families advised at Mosman Public Orientation Day on 7 November 2018.
MOOSH is a Before and After School program for primary school children attending Mosman Public School. It is staffed by qualified and experienced educators and offers a program based on the national My Time, Our Place Framework for School Age Care, which focuses on children’s interests, strengths and individual needs.
The experiences we offer foster children’s social, creative, language, cognitive and physical skills and include:
- arts and crafts
- gardening and cooking
- music and dance
- sport and fitness.
Before School Care: Monday to Friday, 7.30am – 9amAfter School Care: Monday to Friday, 3pm – 6pm
|Contact||9978 4161 – Children’s Services Office|
How to enrol
Before School Care has limited vacancies every morning. After School Care is fully subscribed with a Waiting List in operation.
An Immunisation History Report from The Australian Childhood Immunisation Register is required for each child. Email the documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When vacancies arise placements are offered as per the POLICY Priority of Access.
Before School Care – $20.50/childAfter School Care – $32.50/child
Before School Care – $99.50/childAfter School Care – $147.50/child
Must be arranged in advance and cannot be guaranteed
Before School Care – $22.50/childAfter School Care – $33.50/child
For information on how to pay fees visit the Fee Payments page.
New Childcare Package from 2 July 2018
If you plan to use Mosman Council Before and After School Care in the future you need to do a Centrelink Child Care Subsidy Assessment now.
You can do your assessment through myGov using your Centrelink online account or through the Express Plus Centrelink mobile app.
This is important, because if you don’t do your assessment, you may not receive any subsidy from 2 July.
- Enrolment and Orientation Policy (114kB)
- Priority of Access (76kB)
- Family Handbook (145kB)
- Philosophy (207kB)
- Administration of First Aid (106kB)
- Behaviour Guidance (115kB)
- Emergency and Evacuation (85kB)
- Excursions (116kB)
- Fees (112kB)
- Governance and Management (117kB)
- Interactions with Children (107kB)
- Management of Complaints (75kB)
- Nutrition and Food Safety (81kB)
- Sleep and Rest (106kB)
- Staffing (130kB)
- Sun Protection (397kB)
- Water Safety (102kB)