What we offer at Hampton Park Community House
At Hampton Park Community House.....
We offer Classes and Courses. Social groups and Childcare. Interest and fitness opportunities.
Some of our courses are Accredited Certificates, Certificates of Participation. Some are just for fun, relaxation and to get together with friends.
Take a look at what we have to offer...There is something for everyone!
We are a Learn Local organisation!
This means that we specialise in locally based, great quality training.
Training and Education is a vital and integral part of what is available at Hampton Park Community House.
We provide a variety of adult learning opportunities including non-certified and Learn Local opportunities.
Please click on Learn Local to get more information on what Learn Local training organisations can do for you.
Hampton Park Community House - It's all about the kids......
At Hampton Park Community House, our local First Nation’s community tell the popular story of a birthing tree, said to be the large gum tree out the front of the House. The tree is a significant symbol of the deep history of this place which has welcomed children and families for millennia. As custodians of this House and our Children’s Services, we continue this long legacy. Like the tree that provides our House with shelter and place to come together, we as a community protect and nurture our children and each other now and for generations to come.
Our Children's Services area provide a range of child care and early childhood education through occasional care, Pre-kinder, Out of School Hours and Vacation care.
Our welcoming environment and friendly staff, offer activities and children's programs that our community values and needs.
We offer programs specially designed to help those most at risk and programs to help keep our young people engaged in a meaningful way. Programs are designed to educate children through different types of care.
Family Service area is here to support you and your family.
The coronavirus pandemic is placing immense pressure on these families as well as the frontline workers who support them, including financial challenges, physical distancing restrictions and the potential for heightened family violence.
In a new model of care, specialist family services teams with HPCH Family Services staff and child protection practitioners will deliver intensive and integrated support so families can immediately access the services they need when they need them most.
Our Family Services team is led lead by Edith Schaaf and Lorna Berry, and they are here to support families to access things like childcare, kinder and school – so no child falls through the cracks. They will also help you with practical coping strategies and provide practical support (food and care packages) and video conferencing technology to stay connected while ‘stay at home’ restrictions are in place.