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Product Safety Recall - Vtech Travel Mob…

There has been a product safety recall from Product Safety Australia for...

Childcare News Dec 15, 2017

New Year Rainbow

This is a New Year template that can be used as a...

Child Portfolios Dec 11, 2017

95% Of Menu Plans Unhealthy In Early Chi…

According to research by Healthy Australia and the University of Newcastle, it...

Childcare News Dec 10, 2017

Managing Underperforming Educators

When an Educator is not performing their tasks or responsibilities at best...

Childcare Articles Dec 6, 2017

Culture competence
less than a minute ago by ChloeAiden (2 replies)

Boundaries in staff/parent relationships.
Today, 13:14 by ksengar (9 replies)

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights...
Today, 12:32 by ksengar (3 replies)

Serious Issue Of Breaching Confidentiality
Today, 10:47 by Lorina (6 replies)

Casual Payrate
Today, 09:44 by Miss_Blue (2 replies)

REFLECTIVE PRACTICE
Today, 04:22 by Lorina (5 replies)

Scenario: Liam - WHS Accident
Today, 04:20 by Lorina (12 replies)

Not sure childcare is for me. Help please!
Today, 04:15 by Lorina (1 reply)

Principles and Practices Within EYLF
Yesterday, 22:02 by sapna (3 replies)

Understanding about JET fee assistance.
13.12.2017, 14:51 by Lorina (5 replies)

Educator Articles

Product Safety Recall - Vtech Travel Mobile and Elephant Rattle

There has been a product safety recall from Product Safety Australia for the VTech Baby Pack & Go Travel Mobile and VTech Baby Shake and Sing Elephant Rattle

Student Articles

How To Reference Correctly Using Web Sources

As a student finding information and doing research is an important part of completing assignments. Once you find the information you need to complete the question, it's imperative you know how to reference the information that you are adding into your response.

Parent Articles

Measles

Measles is a serious disease that is easily spread through the air. Immunisation is effective in preventing the disease. All children and adults born during or after 1966 should be vaccinated with 2 doses of measles containing vaccine if not already immune.

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