School Holiday Program Tinana

Designed for ages 5 to 12, our all-inclusive vacation care makes it so easy for you and fun for your child — all you have to do is pack their hat!

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Our School Holiday Program is all About Making New Friends and Having Fun!

Your child will learn new skills in a safe, supportive and friendly environment. From interactive excursions to fun and engaging in-house experiences, we’ve taken care of everything, including all meals.

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All Inclusive Fees & Extended Hours

School Holiday Program Fees:
$86 per day. ALL INCLUSIVE of activities, excursions and meals AND less Childcare Subsidy for eligible families.

Holiday Care Hours:
8.00am–5.00pm

Location:
18 Woongool Road, Tinana, Queensland

Tinana School Holiday Program

Week 1

Monday, 20 September

English: Write about what fossils you saw and facts you learnt about them

Mathematics: Investigate and count fossils found in our treasure hunt.

Science: Create your own marble game track

The Arts: Create your own dinosaur picture using knowledge from fossils found

Humanities & Social Science: Treasure hunt in the Sandpit – looking for dinosaur fossils

Technologies: Take photos of your adventure

Health & Physical Education: Hopscotch with your friends at the centre

Culture & Languages: AUSLAN – Learn how to sign letters of alphabet

Tuesday, 21 September

English: Visit Happy Days Diner and enjoy creating a freak shake (TBC)

Mathematics: Make predictions of ingredients and measurements needed for milkshake.

Science: Take care of centre pets

The Arts: Marble painting activity

Humanities & Social Science: Celebrity heads game

Technologies: Explore detective clues game on the interactive whiteboard

Health & Physical Education: Create your own obstacle course and explore

Culture & Languages: Learn an AUSLAN song

Wednesday, 22 September

English: Write and plan out how you are going to create your clay pot plant

Mathematics: UNO game at the Centre

Science: Explore the textures of the clay, what can you feel?

The Arts: Create your own plant pot using clay

Humanities & Social Science: Collect natural resources to create stamps on pot plants

Technologies: Research pot plants to create with clay

Health & Physical Education: Pot your own plant after pots have dried

Culture & Languages: Practising our AUSLAN song

Thursday, 23 September

English: Select a book from our bookshelf and we’ll practice our reading skills

Mathematics: Visit Maryborough Ten Pin bowling

Science: Creating our own science experiments

The Arts: Collage our own arts and crafts

Humanities & Social Science: Guessing game – who am I?

Technologies: Research a topic of your choice and share it with your friends

Health & Physical Education: Talk about healthy and ‘sometimes’ foods in our diets

Culture & Languages: Learning AUSLAN words

Friday, 24 September

English: Write about what creation you have made with Lego.

Mathematics: Connector LEGO blocks competition

Science: Create your own marble game track

The Arts: Decorate our marble tracks

Humanities & Social Science: Play “Act it out” and guess what they are being

Technologies: Take photos on your adventure

Health & Physical Education: Visit the Schultz Park and enjoy games, playground and a picnic lunch

Culture & Languages: AUSLAN – Learn how to sign letters of alphabet

Week 2

Monday, 27 September

English: Write about your favourite part of today

Mathematics: Monopoly – learning to use money and buy and trade properties

Science: Mixing colours – what colours can we make from our primary colours?

The Arts: Create and colour in your own indoor play centre

Humanities & Social Science: Write a narrative of your time at the play centre

Technologies: ‘Just Dance’ fun, using the interactive whiteboard

Health & Physical Education: Visit Little Monkeys Play Centre and explore the indoor play equipment

Culture & Languages: Learn an AUSLAN song

Tuesday, 28 September

English: Research recipes to cook with chef Lyndall

Mathematics: Cook with Chef Lyndall – measure ingredients for lunch

Science: Bring along an old white piece of clothing to make your own Tie Dye creation

The Arts: Explore Tie – Dying with a range of colours

Humanities & Social Science: Caring for and looking after our centre pets

Technologies and Health & Physical Education: Using the interactive whiteboard learn a dance on Just Dance

Culture & Languages: Practising our AUSLAN song for our performance

Wednesday, 29 September

English: Research how to create your science experiment for the day

Mathematics: Cooking yummy biscuits – measuring our ingredients

Science: Experiments – making cloud dough, slime and volcano eruptions

The Arts: Learn an exercise and dance routine to perform later in the week

Humanities & Social Science: Caring for and looking after our Centre pets

Technologies: Using the cameras to take photos to record our vacation care fun

Health & Physical Education: Parachute group games incorporating balls

Culture & Languages: Learning AUSLAN words

Thursday, 30 September

English: Write about your favourite memory of school holidays so far

Mathematics: Monopoly – learning to use money and buy and trade properties

Science: Mixing colours – what colours can we make from our primary colours?

The Arts: Painting in the gardens, what can you paint

Humanities & Social Science: Read out your favourite memory story

Technologies: ‘Just Dance’ fun, using the interactive whiteboard

Health & Physical Education: Play hide and seek and stuck in the mud

Culture & Languages: Practising our AUSLAN song for our performance

Friday, 1 October

English: Write a movie review about today’s film

Mathematics: Enjoy some fun and friendly competition with puzzles on the interactive whiteboard as teams

Science: Create our own volcano eruption in the sandpit

The Arts: Colour in and make your movie review look like it’s out of a magazine

Humanities & Social Science: Celebrity head game

Technologies: See a new release movie at Maryborough Cinema

Health & Physical Education: Tepees and American Indians game

Culture & Languages: Performing our AUSLAN song

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We can’t wait to welcome your child into our School Holiday Program. Enter your details here to get a printable copy of the full calendar via email and we’ll also get in touch soon to answer any questions you have.

 

Or to find out more or make a booking right now, call our Enrolments Co-ordinator Jo: 1800 724 753

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Why Families Love Our Vacation Care Program

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The staff are friendly and great at their jobs. So happy with this service!

My daughter attends vacation care at Paisley Park and the program is amazing! She has so much fun, meets a variety of new friends from schools all over the area and partakes in a large selection of exciting excursions.

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Our kids love the school holiday programs, they’re so happy…

My son and daughter both come home from school holiday care full of stories of the day and always look forward to going. I love not having to worry about packing lunches and I feel confident that my kids will be well fed and cared for and will enjoy themselves.

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