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Out Of School Hours (OOSH) Child Care

(NDIS- Core: Assistance with Social and Community Participation)

The Junction Works’ Holsworthy OOSH and Vacation Care is a school aged care service that provides children with the opportunity to participate in leisure and play-based activities that are responsive to their needs, interests, and choices.

Our educators provide a high quality, interesting program, where children can enjoy structured and unstructured play and a wide range of varied activities that gives them the opportunity to explore and engage with each other.

Hours and fees

School Term: 6:30am-9:00am and 2:55pm-6:00pm

Vacation Care: 6:30am-6:00pm

"Kylie says she loves attending The Junction Works as she gets to learn new things every day. Kylie especially loves cooking and baking using TJW’s commercial kitchen."

Holsworthy OOSH

Programs

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Holsworthy OOSH

Services

Our service provides a welcoming and safe environment for children to engage in activities enhancing their self-help skills, cognitive, fine and gross motor skills through play-based learning.
Our service provides a welcoming and safe environment for children to engage in activities enhancing their self-help skills, cognitive, fine and gross motor skills through play-based learning. Our program includes access to computers and supporting children with their homework.
Kids and Youth Vacation Care provides a safe and engaging environment that promotes positive wellbeing outcomes for everyone who attends. The program ensures that Kids and Young People feel supported and included. 

Holsworthy OOSH

News

Our locations

Seven Hills

Unit 5
197 Prospect Highway
(02) 8777 0500
joinus@thejunctionworks.org

Austral

135 Thirteenth Ave
(02) 8777 0500
joinus@thejunctionworks.org

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Acknowledgement of Country

We would like to acknowledge the Cabrogal Clan of the Darug Nation who are the traditional custodians of the land that now resides within Liverpool City Council’s boundaries. We acknowledge that this land was also accessed by peoples of the Dhurawal and Darug Nations

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