April school holiday programs – enroling now! 13 March 2015
We are now taking enrolments for our April 2015 school holiday programs. Please download the enrolment form and booking sheet for your preferred program below. Our School Holiday Program offers children a variety of fun, exciting and enjoyable experiences and activities. The structure of the program is similar each day and allows the flexibility to […]
Early Childhood Team takes on Gungahlin 12 March 2015
This weekend, when you see children around Gungahlin with bright pink balloons you’ll know YWCA Canberra is here! The Early Childhood Services Team is running a stall in Gungahlin Marketplace to hand out balloons and chat to the community about our new innovative service opening 4 May – Winyu! Find out more information about Winyu […]
2015 School Age Care enrolments now open! 3 November 2014
Enrolments for YWCA Canberra’s School Age Care programs in 2015 are now open, and will close on 17 December 2014. Download and complete our 2015 enrolment form, or re-enrolment form for existing families, and return to firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the enrolment process. For further information, please email email@example.com, or call 02 6175 9922.
Family Day Care vacancies 17 October 2014
Family Day Care currently have vacancies for care in Belconnen and Gungahlin. To find more or make an enquiry please visit the Family Day Care information page. We are also currently seeking Family Day Care educators in Belconnen and Gungahlin If you are interested in becoming an educator please contact – firstname.lastname@example.org
Early Childhood Centre vacancies 4 September 2014
Campbell Cottage Child Care Centre Campbell Cottage provides full-time and part-time care for children from 0-8 years of age, and is open from 7.45am – 6pm Monday to Friday (51 weeks per year excluding public holidays). We currently have part-time vacancies in the Toddler room (two-to-three year olds). For more information please contact the centre […]
Celebrating World Environment Day 4 September 2014
To celebrate World Environment Day, students at St Thomas More Primary School After School Care spent the afternoon learning all about how to look after our planet and our environment. They focused on recycling, saving water, reusing and reducing paper usage.