Creative Kids commenced in January 2019 for parents, building on the success of Active Kids which launched January 2018.
What is Creative Kids?
Under Creative Kids parents will have access to $100 per annum, per child to use towards their children’s participation in creative activities via the Creative Kids voucher, alongside the existing $100 Active Kids voucher to use towards participation in and sporting activities.
How do providers sign up?
Head to the Service NSW website to get started:
Service NSW also has this video to show providers how to register:
Any issues please don’t hesitate to contact PIU and we can help potential providers get in contact with Service NSW.
Who is an eligible provider?
To be a provider with Creative Kids, the organisation must deliver a structured activity within the eligible activity list (below)
What is a structured activity?
Tutoring on a specific skill delivered in person or ‘virtually’ over 4 weeks or more. Time-bound set of lessons/activities to learn a skill, based on the following timeframes:
- 4 weeks or more weekly classes, minimum of 30 minutes per week
- weekend course, minimum of 2 days for 5 hours per day or total number of 8 hours or more
- 1 week, minimum of 4 days within a 7-day period for 3 hours per day
- 1 day, minimum of 5 hours.
Cultural experience and master class such as a concert or performance followed by:
- structured workshop for 1 to 4 hours, or
- question time with a high-profile artist or performer, relating to skills and art form development.
All activities are to be delivered outside of the school curriculum. NSW public, private and Catholic schools are ineligible providers.
- Public art
- Media arts
- Industrial design
- Game design
- Augmented/virtual reality
- Graphic design
- Fashion design
Literary and linguistics arts
- Creative writing
- Public speaking
- Circus arts
- Creative expression
- Synchronised swimming
- Dance (dance schools are also eligible for Active Kids)
Workshop and performance activities in line with the structure program requirements associated with multi-cultural communities.