Guildford Public School

Safe Respectful Responsible Learners

Telephone02 9632 9675

Out of School Hours Service

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Are you looking for a quality Out of School Hours Service (OSHC)? Is your working schedule spontaneous? Would you like some free time to do your shopping? Or are you looking for a fun and educational, social experience for your child?


Guildford Public School OSHC offers a high quality OSHC service .


We offer safe transport to and from school, a range of activites whilst they are with us which include art and craft activites, homework time, games, and educational experiences. As part of our early learning program children are supported by passionate educators who deliver high quality care. Our curriculum is based on the My Time Our Place and the National Quality Framework. You can also enrol them in our Vacation Care Program and rest assured that they will be well taken care of and having lots of fun.


Feel free to contact us for a tour of the centre and a confidential discussion as to how we can support you and your family.


Child Care Subsidy may be applied based on eligibility.



Guildford Public School (Located inside the kindergarten building)

1 Apia Street, Guildford NSW 2161


Contact: Shazia - 0434 782 664


Operating Hours

Monday to Friday

  • Before School Care: 7:00am-9:00am
  • After School Care: 3:00pm-6:00pm
  • Vacation Care: 7:00am-6:00pm


For more information, refer to our handbook: Before and After School Care Handbook.



Kindergarten Enrolments for 2020

Kindergarten Registrations 2020

We are now taking enrolments for Kindergarten 2020. If your child is turning 5 years of age before 31 July 2020 (born between 1/8/2014 and 31/7/2015) they are able to start school next year. 


Enrolment forms are available at the school office between 8:30am and 3:00pm.


You can also download an enrolment form by clicking here: Enrolment Form.


For more information, view the Kindergarten Transition Flyer.


All new Kindergarten students will be invited to attend 2 short sessions at school in the first week of school. This will be to conduct the Best Start Kindergarten Assessment for Literacy and Numeracy skills which is part of the mandatory requirements for all Kindergarten students. The assessment is for teachers to be able to plan and prepare for all students and know what they have come to school with.


Please note: It is recommended that students do not receive any preparation for this. Each assessment will take about 20 minutes and parents are asked to wait for their child until they have completed this. Please refer to your child’s confirmation slip about the dates and times they will be required to attend. If you do not have this information please contact the school office and a new slip will be sent out to you.


All Kindergarten students will start regular schooling from 9am – 3pm in Week 2 next year. The official start date for Kindergarten students is Monday 3rd February 2020.


Please note that there is no supervision during normal school hours for Kindergarten students prior to their official start date.




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