Why YMCA WA this July School Holidays!

By Marnie Adams, Contributor @ Kids In Perth 05 Jul 2022

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YMCA WA's or the Y's school holiday program is now taking bookings for the July school holidays!

Their program caters for children from kindergarten to Year 6, it lets kids enjoy themselves while being cared for in a safe, friendly, and nurturing environment

All excursions, incursions, and activities are provided at a flat daily fee which also includes nutritious morning and afternoon tea.

Children are supervised by qualified and experienced professionals who are committed to providing high-quality service and safety for the young people in their care.

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With excursions to the Museum of National History, Landsdale farm or the Morley Roller dome, as well as, fun incentre activities such as Hip-Hop yoga, Game Vault and pasta making, your child will be sure to find something fun and educational to do that they love!

Why are the YMCA’s holiday programs so popular? Well… it’s because the kids have a huge say in what they’re doing so they’ll want to come again tomorrow!

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July School Highlights

Old Macdonald’s Farm Incursion @ YMCA Gumtrees OSHC, Leederville

Armadale Reptile Park Excursion @ YMCA Waikiki OSHC

Cartooning Incursion @ YMCA Mercy College OSHC

And so much more!

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What's happening at your Y

Perth Metro

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What is provided

  • All excursion, incursions and activities for one flat daily fee
  • Nutritious morning and afternoon tea
  • Care and supervision by qualified and experienced professionals committed to providing a high quality service and protecting the safety of young people in their care
  • Structured and flexible activities throughout the entire day

Fees and Rebates

  • All eligible families will receive the Government’s Child Care Subsidy package (CCS).
  • YMCA WA offers an early bird rate all-inclusive fee of $79.00 per child per day, please refer to the holiday timetable for the early bird closing date.
  • Bookings after this period will be an all-inclusive fee of $84.00 per child per day.
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About | YMCA WA

The YMCA has been working in local communities across Australia since 1851 providing children's services, recreation, camping, youth services and community initiatives, events, training and accommodation.
The YMCA was founded in 1844 during the Industrial Revolution in England, a time of great despair and poverty. George Williams, a drapery merchant, decided that something had to be done. He gathered together a few friends to form a society that met regularly to support each other and gain renewed strength in body, mind and spirit. The group called itself the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA). From its inception, through to the early 1900s, the focus was on the welfare of young men, and related social concerns.
The YMCA has come a long way since forming in 1844. To be part of the YMCA today you don't need to be young, male, or Christian!
Today the "Y" is a vibrant, active community organisation seeking to make a positive difference by providing each and every person with the opportunity to be healthy, happy and connected.

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