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ANZAC Day is commemorated on 25th April. Learning about ANZAC Day helps young children to understand the life and times of Australia and its people. Storybooks about Anzac Day that is specifically aimed at children may make it easier for the child to grasp and understand visually and to start conversations on war.
It's important that all Educators currently working in services to take care of their health and safety as well as others including children, parents and visitors. Services must do all that they can to minimise the risk of exposure of COVID-19 as reasonably practicable.
For Educators continuing to work, it's important that you look after your health and wellbeing along with those living with you.
With social distancing and the current lockdowns in effect, take a virtual excursion with your children. Virtual excursions enable children to visit and discover places all over the world virtually. Visit countries across the globe with Google Earth, famous monuments such as Buckingham Palace, the Vatican, the Great Wall Of China and even space such as the International Space Station,…
As Educators, the cleaning you do on a daily basis already minimises the number of germs within the environment which in turn will stop the spread of infection.
Social distancing plays a key role in preventing the spread of coronavirus. When working with children, it will be difficult to maintain social distancing however there are strategies you can implement throughout the day.
In the event of closures, childcare providers can access grants through the $14 million Community Child Care Special Circumstances Fund to help cover costs, including wages.
The following article outlines your workplace entitlements and obligations if you're affected by the outbreak of coronavirus.
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