The Club House aims to provide care to older school children who are in year 4,5 or 6 priorities over children who are younger. Moore Park Baptist Church has considerable Youth Group experience and is excited to offer a stimulating programme aimed at developing the skills and knowledge of older children.
The Club House
Moore Park Out Of School Care
Starting in June
To enable and empower the children
to achieve the best they can, today.
What we hope to be
The Club House is committed to providing a quality service where:
- The rights and best interests of the child are paramount
- Children are successful, competent and capable learners
- The principles of equity, inclusion and diversity underlie this Law
- Australia's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures are values
- The role of families is respected and supported
- The best practice is expected in the provision of education and care services
What we believe
In all that we do, we will respect the children's right to be active participants in all matters affecting their lives. We will strive to achieve excellence in the outcomes for our people, the children, our families and the community. We will continuously reflect and improve in every aspect of our operations, and at all times be governed by the Education and Care Services Legislation and Regulations, National Quality Framework, the My Time, Our Place framework for school aged care, and the Christian ethos of our organization.
Our Enrollment Philosophy
Younger siblings of children in Year 4,5, or 6 will be accepted on the understanding that the older sibling will be responsible for the younger sibling to walk to and from school. MPBC will give school children who are enrolled at Indooroopilly State School priority over those that aren’t, but is open to enrolments for children from other surrounding schools such as Taringa and Ironside if there are positions available.