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There has been a product safety recall from Product Safety Australia for the Jumbo Wooden Xylophone and Big W Girls Bomber Jacket.
Camp Australia Joondalup Education and Care Centre was fined $22,500 after a young child was sprayed in the eyes with antibacterial cleaner.
In Victoria, children from 3 years old will learn about gender equality in a state-funded playgroup program.
Thousands of children across Australia may be at risk after a loophole for dodgy childcare centre operators to buy businesses without a safety audit.
On March 27, some early childhood services, across Australia will shut down for the full day in order to take action to fight for better pay for Educators working in the industry.
From today 01, Feb 2018 the new National Quality Standards will come into effect and all early childhood services will be assessed and rated against the new NQS.
It is reported that Teachers and Early Childhood Educators are finding that children are struggling with basic literacy.
The Queensland Kindergarten Funding Scheme (QKFS) can help services cover the cost of implementing and delivering an approved kindergarten program, for children in the year before prep.
The Education Union SA branch has developed a strategy for 2 years of preschool for all children in the state.
For all NSW children between 6 months and 5 years old, free flu vaccinations will now be available. The program will target more than 400,000 children across the state.
There has been a product safety recall from Product Safety Australia regarding the Cotton On Kids— Baby Summer Bundler Sleeping Bag, purchased between 1 October 2017 - 8 December 2017.
A Melbourne childcare operator "Academy For Kids" has been fined $85,000, for underpaying two workers at Glen Waverley by $14,341 between 2013 and 2015.
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