Queanbeyan Public School

Encouraging respectful, responsible and resilient learners

Telephone02 6297 2144



Queanbeyan Schools as Community Centres (SaCC) is a NSW government interagency program that supports the transition of students to school and the early participation of families into school activities.

The SaCC Program in Queanbeyan assists families with children 0-8 years through a community development approach.

The primary focus of the Queanbeyan SaCC Program is to enhance the early development outcomes of children birth to 8 years through the holistic approach outlined in the Framework. The focus on the early development of children is based on well-established evidence that the first years of a child's life are crucial for setting the foundation for life-long health and learning outcomes.

Parents are encouraged to be connected to their children and their community through attending: Supported Playgroup, Kindy Gym, Transition to School Playgroup, Infant Massage classes and other activities we run.

Other programs successfully implemented to benefit children and families include:

The Book for Boori’s Project (Early Literacy Program) for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families with children from 0 to 5 years old.

The Multicultural Playgroup, for families with children from 0 to 5 years old to celebrate our diversity. This program is run in partnership with Queanbeyan Multicultural Centre.

The Queanbeyan Dads’ Group, supported by The Fathering Project.

Term 1/2024 – SaCC & Partners Activities

Other Invitations and flyers:

Books for Boori’s Project

Bogong Boori’s Playgroup

Infant Massage Classes

Supported Playgroup - Babies

Supported Playgroup - Older Children        

Music and Movement

Multicultural Community Playgroup

Transition to School Playgroup

Queanbeyan SaCC Dads Group

 Let's Do Yoga

Mums & Bubs Yoga

Prenatal Yoga

Storytime & Connection

plAy-BA group

Circle of Security parenting course

Queanbeyan SaCC relies on the good will of the community of parents who attend and participate in activities and assist with initiatives such as fundraising and school holiday working bees.

Contact Us: Paola Mendez or Annette Davis at ph. 02 6297 2167 (please leave a message if phone unattended) or email: paola.mendez@det.nsw.edu.au