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To help with cleaning and hygiene costs in Term 2, the Victorian Government is supporting kindergarten services with new funding grants available for all early childhood services delivering a funded kindergarten program to boost their cleaning and hygiene during this…
The Learning Sanctuary in Yarraville in Melbourne's inner-west was closed on Wednesday after two children, from the same family, were tested for the coronavirus.
Bright Minds Childcare Centre at Cranebrook in Sydney's west, was closed on Wednesday, following a four-year-old child testing positive for coronavirus.
The Australian Skills Quality Authority has released advice for RTO's to consider adapting practices, including changing delivery modes, re-sequencing delivery of units or components of units, and delaying workplace practical assessments during the COVID - 19 pandemic.
NSW Department of Education data shows more than two-thirds of kindergarten suspensions involve children with a disability, and many of those children were sent home more than once.
On Wednesday, April 15th, Audiovisual production company EventSound, teamed up with KidsClub Childcare Macquarie Park to light the facility in recognition of early childhood educators.
The exceptional circumstance Supplementary Relief Payment is available for services who need a ‘top-up’ on the Early Childhood Education and Care Package payment already receiving through the Early Childhood Education and Care Relief Package.
An urgent health warning has been issued by the NSW Poisons Information Centre, as they have received a high number of calls due to young children ingesting hand santiser.
“My Hero is You”, a story developed that aims to help children understand and come to terms with COVID-19.
A free digital book for children called "Coronavirus A Book For Children" is available to download for free which helps children understand the coronavirus and the measures taken to control it.
Prime Minister, Scott Morrison revealed last week, free childcare during the coronavirus pandemic to encourage essential workers to continue working during this time. With around one million families given access to free.
The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee has released a statement about COVID- 19 in children and early childhood services. They have suggested recommendations and measures put in place for services, while they continue to operate within the community during the…
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