School Age Care

WCS provides quality before and after School Age Care (SAC) for families of pre-school and primary school age children, from 4 to 12 years of age.

Our SAC programs provide children with recreation-based activities that emphasise social interaction and a sense of fun in a safe and secure environment. A range of activities are offered including crafts, sports, games, dramatic play, cooking and excursions.

IMG 0141SAC programs are offered at:

  • Garran Primary School (P -Yr 6)
  • Red Hill Primary School (K - Yr 6)
  • Torrens Primary School (K - Yr 6)
  • Curtin Primary School (P - Yr 6)
  • Hughes Primary School (P - Yr 6)
  • Duffy Primary School (P - Yr 6)
  • Lyons Early Childhood School (P - Yr 2). (For more information, click here).

All programs are registered with the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) and work within the National Quality Framework and the Principles outlined in the My Time, Our Place (SAC) document.

Enrolments and Fees

For more information about 2017 SAC enrolment and fees, click here.

For more information about 2018 SAC enrolment and fees, click here.

Policies & The Law

To view or download our Children's Services Policies, click here. This requires a login, available from your childcare service.

Click on the below links to access the Education and Care Services National Law Act and Regulations:

Download: Education and Care Services National Law Act 2010

Link: Education and Care Services National Regulation 2011


Want to know more?

For bookings and enquiries, please contact (02) 6234 6829 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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