Our work is child's play
We are open:
6:00am until 6:30pm Monday to Saturday.
21 Gailbraith Loop, Erskine
Falcon Primary School
Glencoe Primary School
We have a program and time to suit you.
Waratah All Year Care is an Outside School Hours Care service catered for school aged children. Our aim at Waratah All Year Care is to provide a home away from home, a place where children can play with their friends in a safe and supervised environment and relax after a long day at school.
Waratah All Year Care has been providing quality care for over 10 years for the local community. The current owner of Waratah, Leigh Metcalf has been running the centre for over 8 years now and has established a reputation for excellence. We believe that through play, children explore, experiment, enjoy and discover their physical, social, emotional and intellectual world around them
Please see the links below for a copy of our vacation care forms.
http://waratahallyearcare.com.au/wp-content/uploads/WAYC-Vac-Program-Lil-Creatures-Oct-2019.docx – Lil Creatures program (3 Years – 6 Years)
http://waratahallyearcare.com.au/wp-content/uploads/WAYC-Vac-Program-Legends-Oct2019.docx – Legends program (Year 3 +)
http://waratahallyearcare.com.au/wp-content/uploads/WAYC-Vac-Program-Gromits-Oct-2019.docx – Gromits program (6 Years – Year 3)
Vacation care forms for the July school holidays are available here;
LIL CREATURES (below 6 yrs old) WAYC Vac Program Lil Creatures July 2019
GROMITS (6 yrs old – year 3) WAYC Vac Program Gromits July 2019
LEGENDS (Year 3 +) WAYC Vac Program Legends July 2019
If you require an enrolment form you can access one from the Home page or you can come visit us!
It has been a busy 6 months at Waratah All Year Care, as we settle into our Erskine and Glencoe centres and establish our new routines. We have welcomed many new staff members in this time, which you will see on the ‘Meet the Team’ tab. We have also welcomed many new children and families to our services, we are excited to get to know you all as you become part of the Waratah Community.
Here are the last two newsletters you might have missed 🙂