The Essington OSHC
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The Essington OSHC

3.0 Google Rating|Exceeding
Mon-Fri 12:00PM - 12:00AM
Chapman Road, Nightcliff

About The Essington OSHC

After School and Holiday Care are user pay services offered by the Essington International School Darwin to accommodate busy working parents.

After School Care is a supervised After School Care Program for students from Preschool to Year 7.

Before School Care is also offered at no charge Monday to Friday 7.30am to 8.00am during school term only. Sign your child in to Before School Care at the Library.

Availability & Fees

Nearly full
Age6wks - 12mths

Vacancy information is not available for this age group.

Fees

$0.00 a day per child

Fees for The Essington OSHC may vary based on rebate availability. You may be eligible to a rebate of up to 85% of your childcare fees.

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Reviews for The Essington OSHC

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Raj Huda2 months ago

Great leadership The best schools have strong, dynamic, dedicated leaders. They are led by women and men who have a clear vision of what they plan to accomplish. They also have the experience to execute their plans in order to achieve that vision. The head of the best school is a superb fund-raiser. She is a capable administrator. She leads by example. She expects the best from everybody in her school community. Stellar faculty At the heart of the best schools' mission is first-rate teaching. That requires well-educated, well-trained professional teachers who are passionate about what they are teaching. They are also passionate about teaching young people. That kind of teaching is right up there with a calling in my opinion. It requires focus and patience which is not often required in other branches of the profession such as, for example, adult education. I have taught both groups. I always find that adults are in the classroom because they want to get ahead by earning some credits or a diploma. Young people, teenagers, in particular, are in such a state of flux that the professional focus and patience which we bring to our work is essential. It is a hallmark of the faculty at the best schools. Extensive academics Interestingly enough, extensive academics does not mean lots of AP courses or even an IB curriculum in my opinion. I feel very strongly that course content is important. But it is equally important for young people to have lots of subjects to explore. They can do that at the best schools. The approach may differ from school to school but in just about every case I can think of the best schools offer lots of subjects for their students to explore. Extensive athletics As I have mentioned at great length in several other articles about private schools, athletics are just simply part of the program. They are not optional. They are designed to teach young people the values of competition, teamwork and respect for others. Wait! Aren't those the same things that are being taught across the academic side anyway? Yes. That's an integrated approach to educating the whole child. The best schools are really good at teaching those values. Extensive extracurricular activities Tied in with extensive academic and athletic offerings are the extracurricular activities. The best schools will offer a host of activities. Some will be fairly recent additions to the extracurricular activities roster. Others will be perennial favorites. Because the extracurricular activities in a private school are guided and supervised by a member of the faculty or staff, they function at a high level at the best schools. Superb facilities The best schools have truly remarkable facilities. I have in mind a smallish Montessori school and a rather grand old, established boarding school. The little Montessori school is the best school in my opinion because it takes the ideals and principles of Montessori education to a level far above anything else I have seen. Everything you would expect is there.

Location of The Essington OSHC

Chapman Road, Nightcliff
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Nightcliff suburb information

Nightcliff is a suburb located in Northern Territory. There are approximately 4 child care centres in Nightcliff.

How much is child care in Nightcliff? On average, the cost of child care in Nightcliff is $91 per day. This breaks down to $91 per day for babies, $91 per day for toddlers and $90 per day for kindergarten.

Nightcliff sits just below the national NQS Rating & the average rating of centres is «Meeting NQS».

Average cost per day

Baby

0-12 Months

$91

Toddler

13-24 Months

$91

Kindergarten

2-3 Years

$90

National quality standard

Nightcliff
National Average
0%14%
Working towards
75%57%
Meeting
25%28%
Exceeding
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