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October 29, 2019
What Risk? What do you see in this picture at first? Imagine it’s you with 50 children – what are your thoughts? I take a deeper look into risk in Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) in this article. With the end of Vacation Care recently finished in NSW, you can start to reflect (that word...
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Burnout in Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) It’s the start of a long weekend, we are meant to wake up happy and excited for three days off work and spending time doing things just for yourself – spending it with friends, family and basically on whatever we want to do. This is the ‘thought’,...
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Bringing Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) Educators, together. I’m proud to be an OSHC Educator and professional. I wanted to provide an opportunity for OSHC Educators to come together to meet in a relaxed environment and share our thoughts, ask questions and network with others. Often in OSHC, we are tangled under the early...
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Sometimes you have those moments that make you go wow! Recently, I had one of these moments when I found We Belong Education led by Saurubh Malviya. I wasn’t looking, but one day earlier this year in June I came across a post on a OSHC Facebook group I hadn’t seen before from someone offering...
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I love Out of School Hours Care (I think I accidentally start every article with that comment?), but there is a pattern in staffing that I don’t necessarily love. And it’s not the casual workforce we rely so heavily on. It’s the attitude towards them. I think casuals are wonderful! They are often the children’s favourites as...
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