Every morning when I drop DS off I remind him - it's OOSH day or I'll be there, if I know my mum is getting him I'll remind him. He's got it pretty sorted, they are surprisingly good at remembering.
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24-10-2014 09:43 #21
24-10-2014 11:03 #22
I think as other people have already mentioned for prep/kindy, the oosh staff tend to pick the kids up directly from the classroom or the teacher takes them directly to the oosh staff. The schools tend to make sure kindy/prep students are with who they should be each afternoon, so that's something else to keep in mind/ put your mind at ease.
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24-10-2014 11:15 #23
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