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At Mayfield State School Outside School Hours Care we believe in the best interests of the children, and their right to play as well as learn, in a safe, nurturing and fun environment. This is the primary consideration in all decision making at the service and is visible in the actions, interactions and daily experiences with the children.
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Announcement - COVID-19 Update
What are we doing at Mayfield OSHC to minimise risks?
In response to advice from Queensland Health, we have implemented numerous measures to ensure that risks are minimised at our service during this period. These measures centre around hand washing education, frequency and supervision, and limiting close contact as much as possible.
In additional to existing safety and hygiene measures, we have implemented the following:
opening additional outdoor areas to minimise the amount of children in one space
disinfecting high access surfaces/areas after each session (BSC & ASC)
increasing the frequency at which toys, blankets, pillows, etc. are washed
increasing children's hand washing frequency, including before children go to class
increasing educator supervision of hand washing
opening windows and doors in the room rather than using the air conditioning
marking the roll outdoors
What can our families do to minimise risks?
use the hand sanitiser, found inside the door, when entering/leaving the OSHC room
practice appropriate hand washing hygiene
practice sneeze and cough etiquette - this means sneezing or coughing into your elbow, or into a tissue and discarding it, then washing your hands
discuss the importance of hygiene with your children
if you or your child are unwell, please do not attend the service
What happens to OSHC if school closures are enforced?
In the case of school closures being enforced, our service will follow the advice of the Department of Education and the Department of Early Childhood Education and Care. This will mean that our service will also close. If we are forced to close, families will not be charged for any session during the period of closure. Our normal cancellation policy applies for all other sessions. We will keep you updated on all new information. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.