Outside School Hours Care

Outside School Hours Care

Outside School Hours Care

Outside School Hours Care can be booked on a permanent (set days each week) or casual basis by contacting the school on the day care is required. Bookings will be accepted provided there are places available.

Telephone: 07-5577 7211 or 0428 639 706

BOOK NOW April School Holidays – Holiday Camps & Vacation Care

Vacation Care

St Hilda’s will be operating their Vacation Care April 2019 Program from 5 April to 23 April 2019. An exciting program for girls and boys has been organised for two age groups: Pre-Prep – Year 2 and Year 3 – Year 6. Bookings can be completed by logging onto the MyStHildas app.

Click here to learn how to book and find out more about the exciting program on offer.

Holiday Camps

St Hilda’s School will be operating their Multi-Sports Camp from 8 April – 18 April. A fun program for both girls and boys from Pre-Prep – Year 8 is planned. Activities include swimming, netball and multi-sports activities.


Girls and boys attending requiring extended care (7am – 9am or 3.30 – 6.00pm) may book into Vacation Care for $20. Please email Mrs Robards for bookings on oshc@sthildas.qld.edu.au.

Basketball Camp – 23 April 2019

Enrol now at www.myfitkids.com.au/Programs

Before School Care

7am to 8am
$12.00 per session

After School Care

3.30pm to 6pm
$12.00 for first hour or $20.00 for the afternoon

Vacation Care

$60 per day (exclusive of incursion and excursion costs)

Bookings can be made via My St Hilda’s Online Ordering – click here

Late Fees

$20 late fee will apply from 6.01pm to 6.15pm with a further charge of $1.00 each minute thereafter


Outside School Hours Care Parent Handbook

Safeguarding our Children


St Hilda’s School Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) supports the rights of children and is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of children at our service.

St Hilda’s will provide a safe and supportive living and learning environment for children and will ensure staff, volunteers and visitors model and encourage behaviours that uphold the dignity, safety and wellbeing of children.

We will also ensure we respond to all allegations of harm to a child resulting from the conduct, action or inaction of any person, including the Approved Provider, staff and volunteers, and will support any individuals affected by child protection matters, including children, parents, staff, volunteers and visitors.



  • Mrs Lisa Cleverly – Head of Athena/Director of Pre-preparatory
  • Mrs Amanda Robards – OSHC Coordinator


Code of Conduct – Children
Complaints Management in Anglican Education and Care Services Procedures
Complaints Management in Anglican Education and Care Services Policy


Code of Conduct – OSHC Centre Community
Code of Conduct – Student and Parental Volunteers
Volunteer_Visitor Safeguarding Our Children Form
Pre-Preparatory – OSHC Volunteers Handbook




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