Two more alleged victims have come forward with claims against an after-school care worker who is accused of child sex offences.
The man, 41, already is charged with indecently assaulting three girls in his care, between December 2007 and January 2011 in Adelaide's north-western suburbs.
Port Adelaide Magistrates Court was told new information had been produced.
The ABC was told new charges involved a boy and a girl.
The man, who is in custody, was ordered to face court again at the end of the month.
When asked by the Opposition in State Parliament when she was made aware of new allegations against an after-school care worker, Education Minister Jennifer Rankine said there were no new victims.
But Ms Rankine withdrew that remark after speaking with the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), who told her new charges had been laid.
She said later the DPP had not made her aware of the latest charges before she spoke in Parliament and criticism of her by the Opposition was out of line.
"I am a mother, I'm a grandmother of four children. To say that I am disinterested in child protection is offensive," she said.
But Opposition education spokesman David Pisoni was adamant the Government could be doing more.
"There are now five charges of sexual assault out of that school. It's a shocking situation and this Government's had a very hands-off approach," he said.
"The casual attitude towards child protection is continuing. It was there when Jay Weatherill was the education minister, it was there when Grace Portolesi was the education minister and it continues under Jennifer Rankine and it's simply not satisfactory."