St Nicholas OOSH to open 5 new services across Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Port Stephens and the Myall Lakes

Following a year of significant growth in 2020, St Nicholas OOSH will continue to work towards its purpose of supporting families across Newcastle and the Hunter with the opening of 5 new services in Belmont, Lambton, Merewether Beach, Tea Gardens and Karuah.

Since launching in November 2018, St Nicholas OOSH has opened a total of 24 services, with the additional 5 taking the total to 29.

Their Belmont service opened at St Francis Xavier’s Primary School on 11 January, with services in Lambton (29 January, St John’s Primary School), Merewether Beach (29 January, Holy Family Primary School), Tea Gardens (early February, Tea Gardens Public School) and Karuah (27 January, Karuah Public School) to follow.

Each new service will be offering before and after school care to children between the ages of 5-12 in fun, safe, supportive and inclusive environments where they can play, explore, be creative and use their imaginations.

Additionally, the services at Belmont, Karuah and Tea Gardens will also be offering vacation care during school holidays to provide children with a range of exciting incursions and excursions designed to keep them engaged and entertained while having fun with their friends each day.

Families who are interested in enrolling their children in any of St Nicholas’ new or existing services are invited to do so by visiting their website.

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Alexander Foster

Alexander Foster is a Marketing and Communications Coordinator for the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle