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Multicultural Play Group @ Berala Community Centre

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Berala Community Centre

Corner of Woodburn Road and Tilba Street

Berala , NSW 2141

Australia

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Your registration is now complete; please check your email provided for a confirmation email and ticket regarding the details of this program. Please check your junk email account. You do not need to print or display your ticket; your name will be recorded on an attendance record kept at the venue. Please ensure you note your attendance with the facilitator during each session, ensuring accurate attendance records are the shared responsibility of both Cumberland Council and program attendees. if you have further questions please review the event page and FAQ section before contacting the program organiser.
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Program Details

Program Name:

Multicultural Play Group @ Berala Community Centre

Delivered in partnership by Western Sydney Community Centre and Cumberland Council


Program Category:

Programs for Children and Families


Program Description:

Playgroup is an informal session of lightly structured play where mums, dads, grandparents, caregivers, children and babies come together to learn, grow and connect socially through play, whilst building a social network in a safe and engaging environment.


Messages:

  • Spaces are limited; Council employs a “first in best dressed policy”;

  • Please be reminded, caregivers are asked to provide their own morning tea (for themselves and their child/ren);

  • Caregivers must ensure morning tea’s provided are free from nuts;

  • Caregivers participating with children who have dietary based allergies should take diligent care during morning tea to avoid exposure and communicate these allergies openly amongst the group;

  • Caregivers are asked to give consideration to the allergies of other participants when packing food/drink;

  • Caregivers are welcome to enjoy a coffee / tea which is available from and to be consumed in the foyer - please do not bring hot drinks into the Playgroup room;

  • Supervision and sole duty of care remains the responsibility of the caregiver at all times;

  • Facilitators are not always trained in children's services. Please do not assume them to be educators or industry professionals within the field of children's services, unless advised otherwise;

  • Under no circumstance may a caregiver leave the premises (room/centre) without their child, even if they are participating in another program within the centre;

  • Under no circumstance may a caregiver transfer their duty of care over their child/ren to another caregiver within the program;

  • Playgroup is in no way shape or from a childcare/child-minding service, care giver supervision is mandatory;

  • Playgroup does not promote or acknowledge a perceived capacity to directly teach or develop participating children in the same manner as a pre-school, day care or kindergarten;

  • Child/ren who are visibly sick will not be permitted to participate under the basis of preventing the spread of illness;

  • It is encouraged that all children who participate undergo all immunisations as prescribed by their health care professionals;

  • Feedback on the program is sought and appreciated, please contact program staff and volunteers to communicate your thoughts;

  • This is a free, community based program, which is offered openly to the public and dependant on participant contribution for success, please consider this capacity when establishing expectations of the program;

  • Volunteering is encouraged and required to maintain a quality program. Therefore, participation will require active assistance and involvement from all caregivers within their capacity;

  • All participants are required assist in the pack up at the completion of the program, encouraging their child/ren to assist;

  • Donations for program resources are sought and appreciated, please contact program staff and volunteers to express your interest in donating;

  • Due to limited resources and to ensure fairness amongst all participants, “toy borrowing” from the program is not permitted;

  • Participants (children and caregivers) should wear clothes in which they can freely participate in craft and physical activities (clothes that can get dirty)

  • Child/ren will require a water bottle to ensure they are adequately hydrated;


Cost Per Term:

Free

Registrations:

Participants are welcome to register at any point and participate as frequently as they choose.

Registrations and waivers are managed by Western Sydney Community Centre; please speak to the Playgroup Leader upon arrival to undertake the registration process.


Day/s:

Monday

Dates:

During School Term Only

for school term dates please click here

Exclusion Dates:

For dates that the program will not run within the above timeframe please refer to the Centre message board, dates are updated regularly.


Number of Sessions:

Based on each term - please click here

Most programs run to the school term format, pausing during school holiday periods.

The quantity of sessions within a term will fluctuate from term to term. A term will usually run between 9 - 11 weeks.

Time:

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Durationn:

2 hours

Facilitator:

Sue - Playgroup Leader


General Restrictions / Requirements:

Participants do so at their own risk and based on an assessment of their own health and wellbeing

Caregivers must remain onsite for the duration of the program.

It is an expectation that caregivers are actively involved in the program, supporting their children's participation.

This program is in no way shape or form a childcare/child-minding service, sole duty of care for your child remains your responsibility as a caregiver. This is non-negotiable and your registration of your child in this program serves as both comprehension and acceptance of this core term and condition.


Accessibility:

is this program appropriate for people of all abilities.

If you have questions or concerns about the development of your child, we encourage you to contact Early Ed, please click here for more information.


Age Requirements:

This program is suitable for children aged 0 - 5 years of age.

All caregivers must be over the age of 18 to assume the duty of care child/ren.


Gender Restrictions:

No

Contact for Program:

Please contact Sue:

Email: familysupport@wscci.org.au

Relevant Websites:

https://www.facebook.com/wsccinc/

Notes / Relevant Information:


Resources / Equipment:

  • Please wear appropriate, non-restrictive clothing and enclosed footware
  • Water bottle
  • Medications e.g. Ventolin
  • Morning tea
  • Baby wipes / bottle ect.
  • Bbay care items

Trial Sessions:

Unsure if this program is for you?

For free programs:
Come along and try, if you want to patriate ongoing, return to this page and register your details

For paid programs:
All new participants are entitled to trail a paid program before purchasing a full term. After your first trail you may then pay for the full term should you wish to enrol. This does not equate to a ‘free’ session; this is a ‘try before you buy’ opportunity. If you sample a program and wish to enrol you must pay for the remainder of the term including the initial trial session



Frequently Asked Questions

Transport options:

Train:

The centre is located a short walk from Berala Train Station and Bus Stops.

Bus:

Local Bus Services:

908 Bus and N50 City to Liverpool (stops at Tilba Street and other surrounding Bus Stops)

Free Community Loop Bus Service:

visit

http://www.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/busservice

Car/Parking:

The centre has accessible parking onsite from its rear car park, Woodburn Road entry.

Alternatively, ample street parking is available on Tilba Street and Woodburn Road.

To Plan Your Trip:

Call the Transport Info-Line on 131 500 or visit http://www.transportnsw.info/

The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

The name on the attendance ticket must match that of the attendee participating. For example, you cannot send your friend to participate in your place. You must first transfer the ticket into their name on Eventbrite.

How to change ticket details / transfer ticket:

https://www.eventbrite.com/support/articles/en_US/How_To/how-to-update-your-ticket-registration-information?lg=en_US

Can I update my registration information?

How to change customer profile details:

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/support/articles/en_US/How_To/how-to-customize-your-eventbrite-profile?lg=en_AU

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, your name will appear on an attendance records. The facilitator will mark you as attended.

What is the refund policy?

If you are unable to attend session/s, makeup sessions can be organised during alternative sessions throughout the LGA. Please refer to the Lifelong Learning Program to propose a makeup session that would best suit you.

Visit http://www.auburn.nsw.gov.au/lifelonglearning for a detailed program.

For medical reasons or instances of severe hardship and unforeseen circumstance, please contact the Centre Coordinator.

To ensure a positive experience in the Lifelong Learning Program, Council can organise a change of enrolment into different programs of your choosing where there are spaces (exchange). However, change of mind after the completion of more than 1 session of a program will not be considered as a valid reason for a refund.

To discuss the refund process, please contact the Centre Coordinator on:

Phone: 97351337

Email: gavin.ross@cumberland.nsw.gov.au

I have enrolled my child/ren in an after school program, can I leave the premises?

Under no circumstance are caregivers allowed to leave their child/ren and exit the premise (even if they intend on staying in the local vicinity). Parents and guardians must fully understand these programs are in no way shape or form a child minding/caring service. The duty of care remains the sole responsibility of the caregiver at all times.

Pregnancy, I am pregnant, can I still participate?

It is suggested that you seek medical clearance from your health care professional. Participation is done so at your own risk.

Injury, I am recovering from an injury can I still participate?

It is suggested that you seek medical clearance from your health care professional. Participation is done so at your own risk.

What is this program? I have never tried this before. What does it involve?

Please refer to the program description on this event page or for more information please research the program e.g. Google/YouTube search the program name

Can I claim against my health insurance?

Programs are delivered by industry qualified professionals; however, the individual terms and conditions of your health insurance provider apply. Please contact your provider for information on what you are covered for and how to claim. They will often require you to produce a receipt as proof of purchase, the emailed receipt / ticket of purchase should suffice.

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Location

Berala Community Centre

Corner of Woodburn Road and Tilba Street

Berala , NSW 2141

Australia

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