WELCOME TO AUSSIE KIDS FUN & FITNESS
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For new users:
To register an account, book, edit or cancel a booking for your child(ren) please click the “register now” button to the right. This includes
- Parents/Guardians & Contacts details
- Children details
- Account details
Aussie Kids Fun & Fitness charges fortnightly Fees. Centrelink takes a week or two to link the service after we commence care. We will email to provide updates and guidance and begin billing once CCS is applied so you receive the maximum subsidies available.
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Note: For first time registrations please remember to verify your email address by checking your email inbox after registering for the first time!
Looking forward to seeing you and your child at Aussie Kids Fun & Fitness!
Aussie Kids Fun & Fitness Goal:
Is to have fun building on Friendships, Fitness and Life Skills while providing and Environment where the Needs & Interests of the Children are our priority.
Being passionate about children being visible to the Community & making connection with the real life experience that future supports their learning.
Provide environments that foster learning and allow children to be who they are.
Teach children to appreciate Cultures & Traditions. Educate Children to help make a difference.
Aussie Kids Fun & Fitness
At Aussie Kids Fun & Fitness Outside School Care Service, we aim to provide a safe, healthy, caring and stimulating environment for school aged children and their families.
We achieve this by:
Our philosophy guides our interactions and relationships with children. We will endeavour to nurture their optimism, happiness and sense of fun and we will aim to recognise and respond to barriers which may impact on children achieving a positive sense of self identify, while establishing and maintaining a comfortable, warm and friendly atmosphere where each child, family member or visitor is valued and respected.
We value and pride ourselves on our partnership with families. We believe families are children’s first teachers and therefore we embrace parents, guardians and family involvement within our Service. Participation by parents, guardians and families conveys a positive impression to children and allows them to feel supported and promotes a sense of belonging. We believe in offering an open-door policy in which families are welcome to visit the Service.
Fostering a sense of belonging for children and their families regardless of their race, culture and beliefs.
Maintaining a safe and clean environment through implementation of health and hygiene practices established by management, staff and parents. Ensuring that these procedures are implemented by children and any visitors to the centre.
Developing a menu that provides children with a nutritious afternoon snack and breakfast.
We believe that our environment plays an important role within our Service, therefore we educate children about the environmental awareness and implement sustainability practises in our program.
Providing a variety of quality fun and stimulating activities within a recreational environment. We encourage individual interests and foster independence, by providing children with the opportunity to make choices, to share ideas, to develop trusting relationships with staff, and to care and respect others.
Providing a creative and age-appropriate program to foster all developmental areas encouraging exploration, experimentation, discovery and creativity.
Using positive communication, support and guidance to enhance self-discipline, by promoting pro-social behaviour and helping children to learn the skills of co-operation and negotiation. By encouraging socially acceptable behaviour and providing a positive role model, honesty and positive self-esteem are enhanced, which will further enable children to redirect their energy in more constructive ways.
Acknowledging the traditional custodians of the land and we embrace our responsibility to develop an awareness and appreciation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Culture by embedding Aboriginal perspectives into our pedagogy.
Respecting and showing consideration for staff and family’s personal values and beliefs.
Encouraging parents and staff to contribute their skills, ideas, experiences into the content of our program.
Involving the Service in the community by taking interest in other groups, and inviting others to share in our program. For the children to become aware of their local community and the facilities that exist, so they will feel confident and at ease when venturing forth.
Keeping informed and furthering our child care knowledge by attending professional training and reading current information provided by recognised and endorsed government agencies.
Abiding by all relevant, up-to-date regulations and other lawful documentation referring to child care management.
Recording and documenting any suspicions of abuse/neglect with copies given to relevant agencies in regards to the Child Protection Act.