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From today,01 January 2020, providers of long daycare services and preschools/kindergartens will need to have a second early childhood teacher or, alternatively, a ‘suitably qualified person’ when 60 or more children preschool age or under are being educated and cared…
An inner-city Melbourne childcare centre is replacing a visit from Santa at the end of year party, with a visit from the Sustainability Pirate instead.
In Melbourne's south-east, a centre has cancelled its Christmas pageant due to cultural sensitivities, after a parent had complained.
The NSW Government is helping kids get active with the new Active Kids program.
Eligible services in NSW rated Working Towards the National Quality Standard (NQS) are being given an opportunity to participate in a Quality Support Program.
From July 2020, early childhood services in NSW will have to display their National Quality Standard rating under a simplified star system.
In NSW, more than 600 kindergarten students were suspended from primary schools last year.
Detectives investigating family day care fraud have charged 50 people over their alleged role in the criminal syndicate.
Tomorrow on Thursday 13th November 2019, it’s World Kindness Day.
An Educator from western Sydney has allegedly traumatised a four-year-old boy in her care by forcing the boy to sleep by holding his eyes closed, and held his tongue out of his mouth.
From 2020, the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care and Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care qualifications will be added FREE to the TAFE course list, in Victoria.
To help kids prepare for 'big school', Australian children from QLD, as young as three will be able to start primary school as part of a new pilot program KindyLinQ.
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