PCYC Parkes Safer Driver
The Safer Drivers Course aims to introduces you to lifelong low-risk driving behaviours. It highlights the very real road risks you face and provides strategies on how to handle these tricky everyday situations.www.pcycnsw.org.au/parkes
PCYC Parkes' next safer driver course is running on Friday, December 7 from 4pm.
This will be our last course for the year.
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.
If your looking for things for your primary schoola ge kids to do then look no further.
The Safer Drivers Course aims to introduces you to lifelong low-risk driving behaviours.
It highlights the very real road risks you face and provides strategies on how to handle these tricky everyday situations.
We have Basketball, Netball and Hockey
Our activities are skills-based sessions with some games designed for kids of all skills levels to have fun, meet new people and stay active.
- Netball: Monday 5 pm
- Basketball: Tuesday years K-3 4:30pm, Tuesday years 4-6 5:15 pm
- Hockey: Thursday 5 pm
This is also you last chance to use your $100 Active kids voucher. Don’t miss out.
PCYC Parkes runs after school care from 3pm to 6pm Monday to Friday.
Kids will take part in a heap of different activities from cooking, homework, arts and crafts, games and more.
We are also an accredited childcare facility which means you can claim your child care subsidy making care very affordable.
The town bus picks up from most schools and delivers them to our front door where our staff are waiting.
At PCYC Parkes we an exciting mix of activities for all ages. Whether you are looking for a way to get fit, learn a new skill or make friends, PCYC Parkes is the place for you.