Outside Hours Care Enrolment Application

Welcome and thank you for choosing Westside Christian College Outside School Hours Care.

To allow us to provide the best possible care that meets the specific needs of your child please take the time to complete all sections of this enrolment online form. This will allow your enrolment to proceed as smoothly as possible. You will need electronic versions of the following documents to complete the online application process:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Documents relating to additional needs or diagnosed disability (medical records, specialist support service referral)
  • Documents relating to any Parenting Order/Plan, Domestic Violence or any other legal forms relating to the child.
  • Health Care Card (if applicable)
  • Health Plans (Anaphylaxis, Asthma or General Health Management Plan)
  • Immunisation History statement – from your MY GOV account or GP

This enrolment form is an agreement and binding contract and outlines your commitment with regards to:

  • Providing current and accurate information about your child
  • Notifying Westside Christian College Outside School hours Care of any changes that may impact your child’s needs or our provision of care
  • Ensuring your contact details remain current at all times
  • The timely payment of fees

Centrelink Arrangements

There are four types Centrelink arrangements, these are:

  • Complying Written Arrangement (CWA)
  • Relevant Agreement (RA)
  • Additional Child Care Subsidy – provider eligible arrangement
  • Arrangement with an organisational (third party)

These enrolments are created online with our software and parents will be asked to digitally sign and agree to these prior beginning with Westside Christian College OSHC.

Arrangement Type Description Child care Subsidy
Complying written arrangement (CWA) A complying written arrangement is done on our software and will set out the following:

  • The names and details of the provider and the individual.
  • The date that the arrangement starts.
  • The name and date of birth of the child.
  • If care is to be provided on a routine basis, details about the days and hours this care will be provided.
  • Whether this care will be provided on a casual or flexible basis (in addition to or instead of a routine basis).
  • Details of fees to be charged under the arrangement (please see attached fee schedule for this information).
Yes – Child Care Subsidy (CCS) or Additional Child Care subsidy (ACCS)
Relevant Arrangement (RA)
  • An arrangement between the provider and individual for the care of a child that does not meet the full requirements for a Complying Written Agreement.
  • The Child care subsidy is not payable under a relevant arrangement. This type of arrangement is only used when a provider is sure that the family either does not wish to claim the CCS or is not eligible.
  • Eligibility may be based on immunisations being up to date, Australian citizenship requirements or other information provided by Centrelink.
Additional Child Care Subsidy (ACCS) – provider eligible arrangement Where a provider has identified a child at risk of serious neglect or abuse but no eligible individual can be identified. In this case the provider effectively becomes eligible for the Additional Child Care subsidy for that child, rather than the individual. Yes – Additional Child Care subsidy (ACCS)
Arrangement with another organisation or third party (OA) Made when another party (for example the employer, another organisation (such as TAFE) or the state is liable for the fees for the care of a child. Please contact the OSHC office for more information regarding this. No

If you would like any further information, regarding the subsidy, please contact the Department of Human Services on 13 61 50.

  • Please fill out all of the sections of the OSHC enrolment form.
  • An email will be automatically sent to you confirming the receipt of your child’s enrolment form.
  • OSHC staff will then enter the Information into our software package Xplor and contact you to organise further details around your enrolment.
  • The OSHC Co-ordinator and or parents/ Guardians may request an interview prior to your family beginning with OSHC. This is not formal, just more of a get to know you time for both parties.
  • Parents will be asked to complete CWA’s two to three weeks prior to starting with OSHC, more information will be emailed around this closer to the starting date.

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