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Chole Ngyuen, 4 years old, swallowed tiny, magnetic balls while playing and was rushed to hospital. She was saved. Parents want to warn others about the dangerous and fatal incidents that could be followed by playing with tiny, attractive magnetic…
A perilous incident has taken place on 9th March, Wednesday, at a bus stop in the lane cove area, in Sydney's North Shore. A boy, 11 years old, a student of Lane Cove Primary school was allegedly attempted for abduction…
From March 2022, state and territory regulatory authorities will have a nationally consistent and rigorous way of requiring provider and service approval applicants to complete an assessment.
Reggio Emilia Early Learning Centre has come up with details of its staff reward program known as Evolve Employee Rewards, benefits and rewards that will be provided to all the employees around its 12 campuses.
ACECQA has launched a new tool to assist early childhood services and oosh services to identify and assess potential risks. This tool and the templates in it are intended as a starting point. They are designed to be adapted to…
The Australian Government has announced a $10,000 ECEC Flood Support Payment for services in flood-affected regions that close for more than 7 days.
Commencements subsidy. Eligible employers can receive a subsidy of 50 per cent of a trainee’s gross wages for Australian Apprentices engaged between 5 October 2020 and 31 March 2022. The subsidy will pay up to $7,000 per quarter for wages…
From today (7 March), families with more than one child aged 5 or under in care will get a higher Child Care Subsidy (CCS) for their second child and younger children.
The following lists cultural, special and community events that are taking place in March 2022. This should help you to plan and organise for upcoming events and celebrations for March 2022.
NSW Health has issued an urgent warning of a gastro outbreak sweeping across early childhood services across NSW. With almost 1000 children and 200 Educators have been struck down - a 97% increase since February.
On Monday 14th February, a man allegedly tried to attempt to kidnap a child from a Lane Cove child care centre.
The Victorian Department of Education is partnering with Australian Catholic University and the Front Project to provide an accelerated 18-month Bachelor of Early Childhood Education for educators, with the Victorian Government paying for university course fees.
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