Playgroup Venues

Drink Bottle

Stay Hydrated

Sunscreen

Stay Sun Safe

Hat

Stay Sun Safe

Lunch

A Healthy One

Extras

Clothes & Meds

All Playgroups meet once per fortnight (Walhallow meets weekly) for 2 Hours.

Blackville - Blackville Public School. 15 O'Neile Street Friday from 10am.
Boggabri – Ooranga Boggabri Preschool, located on the corner of Laidlaw and Caxton Street, on the premises of the Sacred Heart Primary School, Monday from 9:30am.
Kelvin– Kelvin Hall on Friday from 9:30am.
Maules Creek – Maules Creek Hall on Tuesday from 10am.
Pine Ridge – Pine Ridge Hall on Thursday from 10am.
Premer – Premer Street at the McMaster Community Hall on Monday from 9:30am.
Spring Ridge – Spring Ridge Community Hall on Darby Street on Wednesday from 10am.
Wallabadah – Wallabadah Hall on Tuesday from 10am.
Walhallow – Ooranga Walhallow Preschool on Hill Street from 10am every Monday.
Willow Tree – Willow Tree Public School on Thursday from 10am.
Emerald Hill – Emerald Hill Hall  on Wednesday from 10am.

Contact Ooranga office on 0267 420 603 for a playgroup schedule at your closest playgroup venue.

Ooranga Family Mobile Resource Unit

Ooranga Family Mobile Resource Unit Assoc. Inc. has developed policies and procedures which govern the day to day operation of its services.

Printed copies of our policies are located at the Ooranga office, each preschool venue and in the playgroup van and are available to all members. Ooranga policies are developed by staff and Ooranga members in accordance to the seven areas of the National Quality Standard. The policies, along with supporting operational procedures, assist staff and members to ensure the safety of children and adults in attendance at Ooranga services and guide the provision of quality early childhood education and care.

Policies are regularly reviewed by staff and the Ooranga Management Committee. Families are encouraged to read the Policies, ask staff if they have any questions and provide any suggestions for changes to improve the quality of Ooranga services.

All staff, volunteers and members are expected to abide by the Early Childhood Australia Code of Ethics.
A copy of these is available at Ooranga centres or online at the ECA website.