School Concert - Thursday 2nd December

Ms. Lee's R/1 Class - Zoo Excursion - Friday December 3rd

Year 6 Graduation Evening - Tuesday December 7th

Year 7 Graduation Evening - Wednesday December 8th

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North Ingle School and Preschool OSHC operates at within the grounds of North Ingle School and Preschool and the service is facilitated by Happy Haven
7 Rothwell Avenue
Ingle Farm  SA  5098
Madelyn Barrett
0404 490 532
The Happy Haven OSHC facility is located within North Ingle School and Preschool grounds and is located near the courtyard on Rothwell Avenue. If the OSHC service is unable to be found please call for assistance. Car parking is available on Rothwell Avenue and entry through Gate 4 is the closest proximity to the
OSHC service.
Other areas within the school that the OSHC use during operation are the playgrounds, the big oval and also the hall. An OSHC staff member will always be in the main OSHC room to direct you to your child’s location.
Happy Haven Philosohpy Statement

At Happy Haven OSHC we believe that children need a safe, warm, secure and stimulating environment where quality care is provided. Seeking passionate and resourceful educators is crucial to providing children with a positive learning environment that is inclusive and respectful to all. Therefore, we recognise and value the importance of strong, collaborative and nurturing partnerships between children, families, community and educators.

Happy Haven OSHC provides children with opportunities to grow and develop as confident individuals by exploring their world through stimulating and challenging play.