Here are some quick links we think our parents might find useful:


Network is dedicated to the advocacy, promotion, resourcing and development of play, recreation and leisure activities for 5-14 year olds. This  website provides you with information about all things OOSH.


This link provides information about the Child Care Subsidy and Additional CCS. Follow the link to apply or find out more.


ACECQA is the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Association. ACECQA provide national leadership in promoting quality and continuous improvement in early childhood education and care and school age care in Australia. Find out more about children’s care and education in Australia, as well as the new National Quality Framework that Kids United OSHC operates under.

My Time Our Place Framework

Under the National Law and Regulations, services are required to base their educational program on an approved learning framework. This should focus on addressing the developmental needs, interests and experiences of each child, while taking into account individual differences.

There are two nationally approved learning frameworks which outline practices that support and promote children’s learning:

The ‘My Time, Our Place’ Framework for School Aged Care in Australia is the approved learning framework under the NQF for school aged children.

My Time, Our Place: Framework for School Age Care in Australia

Raising Children

Raising Children is a parenting website that offers up to date, research based material on more than 800 topics spanning child development, behaviour, health, nutrition and fitness, play and learning, connecting and communicating, school and education, entertainment and technology, sleep and safety.

Working with Children Check

All staff members who are taking part in face-to-face employment with children are required to submit a working with children check.

NSW Department of Education

The NSW Department of Education website can assist parents in understanding more about the services provided for children and young people from early childhood to youth advocacy and support. It includes direct information in regards to childcare services.

Information & services focused on ADD & ADHD



Communication Flash Cards:
What is Autism?
Thinking and learning in Autism [information sheet]
Strategies which may help you include a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Top tips for working with a preschool child who has ADS
Teaching Tips for Children and Adults with Autism Temple Gradin
Sue Larkey Practical strategies for home and school for Autism Spectrum Disorders

Child Development



healthy Lifestyle

medical Centres

Mental Health

Domestic Violence






Community groups

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