Parkes PCYC

Get Active: Making a family shield was one of the entertaining activities during the last school holidays.
Get Active: Making a family shield was one of the entertaining activities during the last school holidays.

The school holidays are almost here if you haven't yet found care for you children PCYC Parkes can help.

We will be running our service from Monday to Friday everyday of the school holidays.

Our opening hours will be 8:30am - 5:30pm, with a cost of $40 per day, per child, less any CCB/CCR you are entitled.

We have plenty of fun and develop mentally appropriate activities, planned for each child to create their own learning experience, whether it is from the planned activities or child-lead.

We also provide parents and carers with a personalised daily dairy of what your child has achieved and participated in during their day in care.

Last Holidays we had a blast with excursions to the Peak Hill mines, The Dish, Library and more.

One of the highlights was our Library excursion where the kids all became knigths and family a family shield.

Our program for this holidays will be out very soon.

These holidays NAIDOC week is happening and we will be taking part in some fun and interesting activities to celebrate NAIDOC week.

We also have a trip planned to Cowra PCYC for some lazer tag and Pakour.

PCYC Parkes' next safer drier course is running on July 13 at 10am.

The course involves two modules. The first is a three hour education session on how to manage risks on the road.

The second is a two hour practical in car coaching session.

The course represents 20 hours credit in the learner's logbook.

The aim of the program is to help reduce the likelihood of young drivers hurting themselves or others on the road.

The book for Vacation care or our Safer Drivers Course head to our Facebook page or contact the club on 6862 3825.

We get young people active in life.

We work with young people to develop their skills, character and leadership.

We reduce and prevent crime by and against young people.

For more information visit www.pcycnsw.org.au/parkes/.