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Early childhood education and care providers may offer only certain types of incentives from 1 January 2023 to secure a child's enrollment.
NSW Health is seeing several indicators that a new COVID-19 wave has begun. Cases are expected to increase over the coming weeks.
From next year, employees will be able to access 10 days of paid family and domestic violence leave in a 12-month period. This includes casual and part-time employees.
As of 01 November, Cert 3 and Diploma Educational Leaders, will now receive an allowance of $4,022.05 per year.
With Halloween, just a couple of days away here is a list of our free Printables and Activities that you can download for free to use with children on Monday 31st October to celebrate Halloween. Haloween Theme printables include Pre…
Grandparents Day is held on the 30th of October 2022. It's a unique day to honour grandparents, grand-friends, family members, and other people who typically play the role of grandparents in their families or communities. It's a lovely moment to…
Five Day Care employees from Hamilton, Mississippi, America, were criminally charged with child abuse after a viral video from earlier this month, shows a daycare worker scaring children with a Halloween mask.
The Albanese Government has recognised the urgent need to address the critical national shortage of early childhood educators by announcing to fund of over 4,036 fee-free TAFE and vocational education for early childhood qualifications and 1,469 ECT degree qualifications.
The Start Strong 2023 program for long day care provides funding to deliver affordable quality preschool education to children aged 4 and above who are enrolled in eligible long day care services in NSW.
Just before 9 am on Friday (21 October), a car crashed into the front of Bright Beginnings Family Day Care Center on Central Grove in Broadmeadows, in the city's north, causing an 11-month-old to be hospitalised.
Understanding and supporting children's behaviour has been funded through the NSW Department of Education's Sector Development Program. This program will consist of six live webinars plus follow-up Q&A webinars with Dr Louise Porter and Sandi Phoenix.
Early Learning Matters Week is on from the 17th to the 21st of October. The aim is to recognise the contribution the early childhood industry has on children's development and well-being and how important the role of early childhood educators…
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