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After School Care

In 2 Learn Grammar - Outside School Hours Care

In 2 Learn Grammar (I2LG) provide a safe and secure environment for the care of school-aged children (5 - 12 years) through a structured and well-balanced program.

I2LG is excited to be part of the Gippsland Grammar St Anne’s and Bairnsdale community. We offer After School Care and Vacation Care sessions. We are passionate about creating entertaining and educational programs for our children.

We create and deliver clever, customised collaborative services via a fun structured engaging program. Our program will challenge all to reach to higher aspirations and partner closely with the school community. Our communication and programs engage, collaborate and align with national guidelines to deliver a well-resourced and inclusive program reinforcing or extending the school curriculum.

In 2 Learn Grammar provides quality care for school aged children.

OSHC Philosophy

At In 2 Learn Grammar we believe that children should be exposed to unique opportunities to progress in their physical and emotional wellbeing. Our aim is to create a warm, inviting atmosphere where children feel welcome and safe, a place where children can relax, have fun with their friends, make new friends and be empowered to shape and control their world; a place where they belong, a place that belongs to them. All children are treated with gentleness, honesty and respect: all staff model this and encourage children to treat others in this manner.

After School Care

3:15pm - 4:00pmRoll Call, afternoon tea and free play
4:00pm - 4:30pmHomework or quiet activity
4:30pm - 5:30pmActivities for the day (i.e. Art, Sport)
5:30pm - 6:00pmTidy up, quiet time

In 2 Learn Grammar offers structured programs which comply with all applicable laws including the National Quality Framework and caters for all school ages and Early Learning Children at ELC Grammar, ensuring programs meet their interests of children.

Service Contact

Juliana Arenas
M: 0411 821 530
E: sends e-mail)

OSHC Enrolment

All children using OSHC or Vacation Care must be enrolled with the service prior to attending. An enrolment form must be completed by each family for each child and updated. Enrolment forms can be emailed to you at your request or a hard copy can be collected from the service.

OSHC Enrolment Options

We have two different booking types:

  1. Permanent: Regular bookings for each week. These bookings will continue each week until cancelled. Cancellations require two weeks' notice in writing by completing a Change of Booking form.
  2. Casual: Can be booked on the day required or notify service 24 hours prior.

Fee Structure

After School Care3:15pm - 6:00pm
Permanent Bookings $29.96
Casual Bookings $31.96

Child Care Subsidy

What is the new Child Care Subsidy (CCS)?

In July 2018 the Australian Government introduced a new child care fee assistance package, which will include a new payment known as the Child Care Subsidy. The new Child Care Subsidy (CCS) will replace the existing child care fee payments known as the Child Care Benefit (CCB) and the Child Care Rebate (CCR).

How can I find out how much my new CCS rate and eligible hours are?

The first place to start is to register for the new Child Care Subsidy (CCS) - this process needs to take place before the government can inform you of your eligible hours per fortnight and your CCS rate. Once you have followed the online registration process outlined below, you might like to do a quick estimate of your CCS rate, eligible hours and out of pocket costs using our CCS calculator, before seeking your actual subsidy details in myGov - details about this are provided further below.

How to register for the new Child Care Subsidy (CCS)

If you already have children attending Approved Care (child care) services, or you are in the process of enrolling your child/children in an approved care service, you will need to register for the new Child Care Subsidy (CCS).

Here's what you need to do:

1. Create a Centrelink online account

(if you don't have one already - families already receiving the CCB and/or CCR should already have one)

You can do this here. You will need your CRN, your child's CRN and your last payment amount from Centrelink. (If you don't have a CRN you will need to telephone Centrelink on 136 150 or visit a Centrelink office.)

2. Create a MyGov account online

(if you don't have one already - families already receiving the CCB and/or CCR should already have one)

You can do this here.


When logged into your MyGov account, you see Centrelink listed under "Your services" - click on "Centrelink".

You will then see a blue box at the bottom of the screen which says "Complete your Child Care Subsidy assessment" - click on this box.

You will then see a page which says: "Your assessment for Child Care Subsidy has been started."

To complete:

i & ii) Family income assessment & activity test

You can complete both of these items in the one sitting, or you can complete them one at a time. We recommend you do them both at the same time if possible, to avoid the risk of forgetting to get back to this process at another time.

iii) Confirm enrolment

Once I2LG has notified Centrelink of your child's impending enrolment, you will receive a notification through MyGov which should accurately reflect the attendance details you have agreed to at their centre for your child. You must confirm that this information is correct via the prompts in MyGov before subsidies will be paid on your behalf to the early learning service.

3B. FOR FAMILIES ALREADY RECEIVING CCB AND/OR CCR - Provide further information (via MyGov)

Log into your MyGov account and follow the prompts to provide your activity and income estimate for the 2018-19 financial year and confirm other details. Upon completing all three items under the Child Care Subsidy assessment, you should be presented with an online Enrolment Summary. This will display a summary of recent enrolments for your child at your chosen approved care service. You will need to action the unconfirmed enrolment by hitting the review button.

4. For ALL FAMILIES once logged into MyGov

Family income assessment

You will be asked to provide your family income estimate for the 2018/2019 financial year. If you over estimate (meaning you don't end up earning as much as your have estimate to Centrelink) you will receive a payment at the end of financial year. If you underestimate (meaning you end up earning more than you have estimated to Centrelink), the amount owed will be deducted from the withheld amount of CCS, or you may have to repay some of the subsidy you have received.

Activity test

The activity test asks you to provide details of your family's activities such as paid work, study, work experience, running a business, looking for work or caring for a person with a disability, from 2nd July 2018. The details you provide in the activity test will determine the number of hours of subsidised early learning (child care) services to which your family is entitled. You need to understand what sort of activities are included in the activity test to ensure that you are correctly reporting all eligible family activities and claiming the full amount of subsidy.

If you have any further questions about these changes, talk to your child care service or contact the Centrelink Family and Parent line on 136 150 (Mon - Fri 8am - 8pm).

For further information, please do not hesitate to visit the In 2 Learn room or contact:

Juliana Arenas
M: 0411 821 530
E: sends e-mail)


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